Dom Rui is an award winning Sydney and Adelaide based creative that goes by the name Refracting Light. He uses a variety of media particularly 35mm film which he bulk rolls, self-develops and scans. His main focus is raw, natural-style portrait photography.
Prior to establishing himself as a portrait photographer, he travelled the globe for 6 years as a travel and street photographer and videographer.
In his spare time he buys, disassembles, restores, and sells vintage cameras and lenses.
Scorpio Jin, Jun. -'Forbidden Forest'
Analog Forever Magazine, Apr. - Online Photo Exhibition
Leica Fotografie International, Mar. - Online Portrait Gallery
Bergger Official, Mar. - 'Ellie'
Film Without Frontiers, Mar. - '100 Days of Lockdown'
Classics Magazine, Jan. - 'The Girl on the Subway'
'The 10 Best Portrait Photographers, Sydney'- Peerspace Article
Shoot It With Film, Oct. - 'Tia'
Front Cover: Socks & Pizza Mag, June - 'Imogen on 35mm'
Rebel Mag, June - 'Edge of the World'
Vogue Italia, PhotoVogue, May - 'Rhianna'
Flanelle Magazine, April - 'Aurora Australis'
Rebel Mag, March - 'Liebestraum'
Solstice Magazine, Feb. - 'Earthbound'
Front Cover: The Portrait Project Mag, Feb. - 'Endless Days'
Mob Journal Film Edition, Dec. - 'Fade into you'
Scorpio Jin, Sep. - 'The Shadows'
Classics Magazine, Aug. - 'Above the Clouds'
Front Cover: Elegant Mag, Aug. - 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'
Shoot Film Mag, Jul. - 'The Rocks'
The Analog Club, Feb. - 'Byron Bay'
The Portrait Project, Jan. - 'Going Home'
Winner: 500px Quest Award - 'The Girl on the Bus'
Getty Images (Australia) - 'Launceston'
Film Convert, Online Feature - 'Classic Films'
The Epoch Times - 'Jiufen Mountain Village'
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Singapore - 'Good Morning'
Bulgaria Tourism - 'Sofia'
Getty Images (UK) - 'Dreaming'
Hongdae Street Art Festival - SangsangMadang