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From Photo Review Issue 45: Perth photographer Alex Cearns has been quick to establish herself as a specialist in studio animal portraits. Steve Packer talked to her about her work with creatures great and small.
As ground floor opportunities go, they don’t get much better than being asked by a 21-year-old Jann Wenner if you’d like to be part of something new. It was 1967, Baron Wolman was an experienced freelance photographer working in San Francisco and Wenner’s idea was Rolling Stone.
Whether she's at home with friends or meeting strangers while travelling the world, Flavia Schuster's photography is about her personal interaction with her subjects.
When it comes to visual signatures, there are few more distinctive than that of photographic team Montalbetti and Campbell.
When Jesse Marlow was eight or nine his mother would encourage his early interest in picture-taking by driving him around Melbourne to photograph graffiti walls.
We emailed Australian photographer Mark Bramley to find out how his freelance career was going in London. Quite well, apparently. He replied: "I'm literally about to leave for the airport, for a four day shoot in Italy, so I'm going to be brief. Feel free to elaborate on my behalf."
From Mozambique to the remote and icy shores of Norway, Ted Grambeau has created his own brand of surfing photography.