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Inspiring photography, practical tips and useful information for photographers at all levels. 
Easy to follow advice on everything from buying the right camera gear through to shooting, editing, printing and organising your photos. 
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Inside this issue...


Megan Lewis: The light inside
From a rural New Zealand childhood to the Western Desert, photographer Megan Lewis has always been guided by her intuition.

Sue Ford: NGV Retrospective
The NGV is presenting a major exhibition of the work of the pioneering feminist photographer.

Jarrod Leonard: Rev Elation
A brush with tragedy steered Tasmanian Jarrod Leonard into reinventing himself as a motorsport photographer.

Will Patino: A Whimsome Image
Wollongong landscape photographer William Patino’s on-a-whim image of Yosemite National Park found its way to an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institute.

Image Review
Editor Don Norris responds to readers’ images.


Crop Factors Explained
How the size of the image sensor affects the effective focal length of lenses and other aspects of digital images.


Lenses for Wildlife Photography
Choosing the most suitable lenses for shooting wildlife.

When Should You Use Filters?
A guide to the effective use of various types of filters.

Memory Cards
We look into some of the latest issues associated with in-camera image storage.

What Makes a Good Print?
Strategies to follow when you want to produce the best quality from your inkjet printer.

Our regular trawl for websites which photographically inspire and educate.