With tough cameras all the rage, the desire to take great photos on the beach and in the ocean has become a common aim for many happy snappers. Ray Collins has some handy advice. Ray Collins knows all about shooting on sand and at sea – as the winner of Surfing Australia’s Surf Photographer of [...]
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The newest member of Samsung’s digital imaging stable – the Galaxy Camera – takes the notion of shooting and sharing to the extreme. Announced in Germany in August, the Galaxy Camera immediately caused a ruckus in the press for its concept of absolute connectivity for the shooter. Designed to maximise and capitalise on the way [...]
Nikon Ambassador David Oliver’s penchant for shooting stifling skies delivers the dark side of landscape photography.
Award-winning shooter Scott Barbour, a finalist in not one but two Walkley categories this year, Press Photographer of the Year and Daily Life photographer, tells his story…
AIPP award-winning photographer Tom Putt is renowned for his gorgeous landscape photography. His lens reveals sweeping vistas and the intricate detail of the great outdoors.
It was a trip to Tasmania at the end of the seventies that first piqued Darran Leal’s interest in photography. “I had just bought a Praktica Super TL SLR outfit secondhand,” recalls Leal. “I still have a few photos from that trip… “Then I was at Norfolk Island about a year later, shooting a Red-tailed [...]
Photographer Steve ‘Bud’ Dunn took out the prize for Camera House’s ‘This is Australia’ Photo Friday competition… This is Bud’s story.
Pieter De Vries was just a child when his father brought home a Yashika 35mm camera and introduced the filmmaking bug into the family. It must have struck a major chord with the youngster, as Pieter recalls that when he was in primary school art class, he would always draw landscapes that included a tiny [...]
Like many pro shooters, Peter Eastway’s path to a photographic career was circuitous. He first got into photography because he loved “surfing and taking photographs of friends surfing”. Lack of a camera led Eastway to a job at the local Woolworths, where he worked for 75 cents an hour until he saved up enough money [...]
This year Ballarat will play host to the International Foto Biennale. The aim: to promote photography in all its forms, to educate, inspire and question, by presenting photography from the world to Australia and from Australia to the world. The only Australian exhibition/event to be a part of the Festival de la Luz (Festival of [...]