Albany’s Zac Breuker showcases region with stunning display of photos at Three Anchors

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Zac Breuker with part of his exhibition.
Camera IconZac Breuker with part of his exhibition. Credit: Three Anchors/Facebook

Albany photographer Zac Breuker can often be found on the south coast with his LandCruiser, drone and camera.

Capturing stunning shots of the Great Southern landscape between Albany and Denmark, Breuker is an emerging artist among the region’s photography talent.

He has just been made the Three Anchors gallery feature artist for the month of January.

Some of Zac Breuker's photos on show.
Camera IconSome of Zac Breuker's photos on show. Credit: Zac Breuker

Inside the free-to-enter gallery space, visitors will find about 30 images Breuker has taken using his DJI mavic pro drone and Canon EOS 4000d camera.

He only took up the art two years ago over after moving Albany from Perth.

“I had spent a lot of time here as a child having my family being from Albany and once I moved down I wanted to try and capture the amazing coastlines and sceneries that make this place so special to so many people’s hearts,” he said.

Some of Zac Breuker's photos on show.
Camera IconSome of Zac Breuker's photos on show. Credit: Zac Breuker

“It’s definitely a bit of a spin out having them on display as they were always just a hobby for me to have for myself and show family but it’s really nice to have them on display for others to see and hope they appreciate.”

“Please enjoy my display as much as I’ve enjoyed creating it.”

The gallery is open to anyone during the restaurant’s opening hours.

Some of Zac Breuker's photos on show.
Camera IconSome of Zac Breuker's photos on show. Credit: Zac Breuker

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