Yosemite is forever linked with Ansel Adams, who first visited the park in 1916 when he was just 14.
Recently I interviewed the singer – and current judge of The X Factor (Australia) – Guy Sebastian. The parallels he drew between photography and music were interesting.
Perhaps for the very first time, the digital medium format camera business is ripe for growth, writes Paul Burrows.
When the world’s premier press photography competition is rejecting one in every five entries due to the use of digital manipulation in one way or another, we have a problem.
If you thought we might have gone as far as we could with imaging sensor design and performance, in reality it looks like we might still only just be at the beginning.
The arrival of Canon’s 50 megapixels resolution D-SLRs raises a number of questions...
A whole lot has changed since 1969 – but quite a few things haven’t…
Where is Australia’s history in photography celebrated?
A couple of things happened to me recently which really highlighted the need for professional photographers to have adequate back-up and protection strategies – for both their images and their equipment.
If you missed The 2013 Nikon AIPP Event – held in a damp, but surprisingly mild Hobart in June – you missed another great program of education, information and inspiration. The presenter line-up was again diverse and the workshops – all over subscribed – provided ...
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