About Photoscenic and Thomas Joannes Photography
PHOTOSCENIC Mini Gallery
This year we launched our PHOTOSCENIC Mini Gallery at 40A Sydney Road,Manly,2095,NSW,Australia. The concept reflects PHOTOSCENIC's philosophy to keep prices as " Mini " as possible. Small space means affordable and realistic prices for your photographic decoration. For that reason the gallery is attended only a few hours a week in order to keep prices low. You can be standing outside the gallery and view all framed available photos and actually buy them online and have them delivered to your place free of charge within the Sydney Metropolitan area.
Manly Market Place
Photoscenic trades every Saturday & Sunday as well as public holidays at the Manly Market Place on Sydney Road. You are very welcome to come and see our scenic work or come and talk to us about your photographic needs.
Manly is one of Sydney tourist attraction famous for its beach,aquarium,restaurants and cafes. Manly is within the reach of anyone by ferry from Circular Quay in Sydney. Coming to Manly beach by ferry is a great way to see the Sydney Harbour and its coastline.
Manly Craft Market can sometime be canceled due to weather conditions, to make sure that the market is on and that we are trading that day, simply call or SMS Thomas : +61412 24 80 25
My goal is to bring you quality photography at a fair price. Although I always have been a keen photographer from the age of 10, I started to be very serious about it while I was living in Japan between 1995 and 1999. I learned to process black and white negatives and later on to print in a darkroom. It was rather difficult at first as all information I needed to know in order to process film and print on paper was in Japanese. This gave me an extra difficulty which I was able to overcome as soon as I got access to the Internet. Suddenly everything was in English and made sense.
Upon my return to Australia I decided to study commercial photography at a technical college for 2 years and try to start a new career. Laterally I was working for a photographic supply company dedicated to professional photography. I gained much experience there, being in contact with professional and artist photographers. During that time I started selling my photos at the Manly Craft Market on Saturdays and Sundays.