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Engineer John Reekie is fascinated by the workings of classic cameras, but he actually uses them rather than simply collecting them. He talks to Bruce Usher about his favourite designs.
This was the year that imaging product designers had to return to innovation and originality rather than simply relying on gee whiz technologies… and they didn't fail us. Here's our pick of the most outstanding designs.
Overseas holidays are expensive, stressful and often involve a lot of travel time so why not explore more of Australia with your camera? In this issue Shane Nener explores one of Australia's most famous stretches of road.
Overseas holidays are expensive, stressful and often involve a lot of travel time so why not explore more of Australia with your camera? In this issue Jackie Smith finds plenty to photograph in Tasmania's Tamar Valley.
There are a myriad of applications for binoculars, but for photographers they're handy for spotting subjects – especially wildlife – and for getting a closer look at what's going on around you. This guide will help you make sense of the specifications and features.
‘Know thy enemy' is a key strategy to winning any battle and, as far as digital capture is concerned, public enemy number one is contrast. Paul Burrows explains how to deal with contrast using in-camera techniques.
After nearly four decades shooting landscapes Trevern Dawes suggests that although lady luck can play a major role, the chances of success are more often than not based on good planning.
As the digital imaging technologies mature, the resulting stability is seeing a return to more innovative and individual product design as manufacturers seek a competitive edge. We pick the best of 2007.
Why face the hassles of overseas travel when there's so much to see and photograph in Australia? In this issue Kris Nostrini takes us on a tour of NSW's high country.
They don't come along all that often, but when somebody really thinks 'outside the square' in camera Design, the results can be dramatic. Paul Burrows slects the ten designs from the last 50-or-so years which challenged conventional thinking an, in many cases, turned the camera world upside down.
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