ProPhoto Magazine - In This Issue Of ProPhoto MagazineBy ProPhoto Magazine | Wednesday, 16 January 2013 00:00
News & New Products
In the headlines this month is Nikon’s compact camera with an ‘APS-C’ size sensor, Phase One’s new IQ2 series of capture backs, Canon’s tiny EOS 100D and much more. As always, we publish a calendar of the important imaging events happening locally and overseas over the next few months. (For the latest news from the imaging industry, visit www.avhub.com.au)
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On Trial – Pentax K-5 II
It was so good the first time around, Pentax has decided to keep much of its enthusiast/semi-pro D-SLR unchanged, but there have been some important upgrades
to keep the Mark II K-5 competitive.
On Trial – Panasonic Lumix GH3
Panasonic’s new Micro Four Thirds flagship is designed to go up against the heavy-hitters among the HDV D-SLRs so it offers exceptional video functionality in
a more compact package.
Profile – Sebastião Salgado
After spending decades documenting the suffering of people around the world, the renowned Brazilian photojournalist now wants to save the planet. A stunning new book highlights the fragility of the natural environment. Profile by Alison Stieven-Taylor.
In Practice – Portrait Of Coffee Friends
Award-winning portrait photographer Robyn Hills continues her series of case studies, explaining her approaches and procedures for completing commissioned work. In this issue, the challenge is to portrait the interactions of a group of friends.
Business Matters – A Testament To Testimonials
Research suggests that there are few more effective marketing tools than the recommendations of satisfied customers. Rosemary Ann Ogilvie tells how to make the most of the positive feedback from your clients.
On Trial – My Myk SmartMyk
Video accessories for D-SLRs are now very big business, and the external microphone is at the top of most shopping lists. The Australian-designed SmartMyk
is more than capable of holding its own against the better known international brands.
In Practice – Not Just A Pretty Face
It’s not illegal in Australia to photograph people candidly in a public space, but lawyer Sharon Givoni says there could still be legal ramifications for photo-graphers and anybody who publishes unauthorised images based on a range of other laws.