Brian Bornstein

Hi, I’m Brian Bornstein, I have been extremely lucky to be brought up in Sydney, which to me is Australia’s most magnificent city.

I have always been interested in photography from a young age. I used to have a film SLR camera when I was in high school and university. I remember developing my own photos in a darkroom at university which was a lot of fun.

I never really took photography all that seriously until many years later when I used to walk around the city during lunchtime taking photos on my iPhone.

I started to see how great these photos looked and I started to get creative. Every lunchtime I just couldn’t wait to get out of the office and race around the city taking creative pictures and then editing them on my iPhone.

After shooting quite a few sunrises with my iPhone, I began to take it more and more seriously and I finally invested in a proper DSLR camera.

I have now been taking photography very seriously for the past 5 years and I thrive on capturing photos of nature and the magnificent city of Sydney. I love venturing out in the early hours of the morning to take shots of the beaches and waterways as they come alive.

There is nothing more beautiful than watching the sun rise, and if I’m lucky, I get to see some spectacular sunrises. It is moments like these that motivate me to get up in the early hours of the morning to capture such magical light.

I hope you enjoy looking at my images as much as I enjoy taking them.

You can view more of Brian's work at

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