ProPhoto Magazine - In This Issue Of ProPhoto MagazineBy ProPhoto Magazine | Monday, 09 December 2013 00:00
2013 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards Australia’s most important professional photography awards attracted a record 3100 entries this year, giving the judging panels plenty to do. Here are the results of their deliberations.
FEATURE – 2013 Ballarat International Foto Biennale
Photo festivals in Australia are struggling at the moment, but this year’s BIFB still managed to put together an extensive and exciting program. Alison Stieven-Taylor picks her highlights.
TRIBUTE – Lewis Morley
His 1960s portrait of good-time girl Christine Keeler has become one of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century, but Lewis Morley spent over 60 years behind the camera and took a great many more important pictures. Editor Paul Burrows pays tribute to one of photography’s ‘big names’.
INTERVIEW - Alfred Schopf, CEO Leica Camera AG
The most famous marque in photography turns 100 next year, while the legendary M System will be 60. Leica Camera’s CEO explains why there’s much to celebrate as the German camera maker approaches two major anniversaries.
ON TRIAL - MindShift Backpack
It’s a photo backpack, but not as we know it. MindShift applies some lateral thinking to the design to come up with a very clever solution to an age-old drawback.
BUSINESS MATTERS - Search Engine Optimisation
Website ranking remains important as it increases the potential of attracting more visitors. Rosemary Ann Ogilvie provides some advice about how to make sure you figure prominently in any search.
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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