ProPhoto Magazine - In This Issue Of ProPhoto MagazineBy ProPhoto Magazine | Tuesday, 27 August 2013 00:00
PROFILE – Barat Ali Batoor
Asylum seekers are very much in the news at the moment and Afghan photographer Barat Ali Batoor is one of them. He has used his camera to highlight the plight of the many genuine refugees trying to find a better life.
NEWS & NEW PRODUCTS
Making news in this issue is Olympus’s exciting new OM-D flagship, Panasonic’s retro-styled GX7, a new version of Sony’s delicious RX1, Wacom’s mobile Companion-series tablets and much more. As always, we publish a calendar of the important imaging events happening locally and overseas over the coming months.
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PORTFOLIO Red Bull Illume 2013
Drawing entries from all over the world, the third Red Bull Illume action photography competition has produced some truly dramatic images. Pity the poor judges who had to select 50 winners from over 28,000 images!
ON TRIAL Panasonic Lumix GX7
Olympus has made a great success of its retro-styled compact system cameras so Panasonic has decided to get in on the act with the GX7 which not only looks great, but boasts some very clever features.
ON TRIAL – Zoom H6
It’s billed as “the most versatile portable recorder ever” and Sound+Image editor Jez Ford agrees. If you’re venturing into the world of professional video-making, the six-track Zoom H6 is a valuable asset.
FEATURE History Of AIPP, Part 1
As the Australian Institute of Photography celebrates its 50th birthday, Paul Curtis documents the pioneering days of professional photography in Australia and the first attempts at forming industry associations.