Michaela Skovranova is a European-Australian artist working in the field of photography and film.

Michaela's work has focused on capturing intimate environmental and human stories - from documenting coral reefs and Great Barrier Reef restoration for National Geographic, The Great Australian Bight for Greenpeace and the aftermath of Australian Bushfires for TIME Magazine. Her short films pick up the natural, ambient-lit storytelling where the images leave off with her latest short film “End of the World” which speaks to the devastating impacts of climate change in Antarctica premiering at TEDx Sydney 2020. Her projects involve working as a freelance photographer, filmmaker, speaker and talent and has been featured for her work by publications such as National Geographic, The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Guardian and more. Michaela is a National Geographic expert and an OM-System Ambassador, and she runs regular photography and video workshops across Australia and overseas.


Website:  www.mishku.com

Instagram:  @mishkusk

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The image quality of the OM SYSTEM is unparalleled and, in my humble opinion, the OM-1 image quality is the best one yet. Even though the pixel count is the same as the previous model, the images are sharper due to the new TruePic X processor. My environmental work tends to live in a large scale world so having the option to print the images larger is crucial for my workflow and the OM-1 provides this option beautifully.

What's in Michaela's Bag?

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