Brisbane twenty-something Chantel McAlister fell in love with the wool industry when she followed her shearing boyfriend around the country, living out of a caravan.
Now, the photographer is helping others with a eye for the beauty of rural life with a series of photography workshops held in woolsheds.
"Most people who come to my workshops already appreciate the landscape around them but just want a bit of help capturing it like a pro," Ms McAlister said.
Wool grower Maja Weiland hosted one of the Chantel Renae Photography workshops and said it had changed her attitude towards taking pictures.
"I used to see a landscape and be disappointed that the photo just didn't look the way I'd seen it," Ms Weiland said.
"Now I can capture the natural light and the photo looks as good, if not better, than the way I'd imagined it.
"I have the confidence to take a photo if people ask, knowing that I will nail the focus and get the lighting right."
Chantel Renae Photography workshops are in each state as Ms McAlister's family follows the shearing season.