How to use the histogram displays in your camera to improve your photos.
By Amanda Bull.
The Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve in the Northern Territory is spectacular and has historical and cultural significance.
By Matt Oliver. This little family group came trotting down to the waterhole at Etosha in Namibia, raising up quite a bit of dust on the little track in between the rocks.
A guide to choosing the most suitable equipment for landscape photography, wherever you happen to be.
Taken on a cruise of the Sound. Was not blessed with full sun all day but still kept shooting.
Close-up shots pull you directly into a subject and make you focus on its detail. They’re great for highlighting something normally overlooked, and for revealing intimate attributes of larger objects.
Photo Review Jun-Aug 2020 Issue 84 – The intimate wildlife images of Charles Davis; Sean Davey’s small moments project; Head On Photo Festival 2020; Japan Art Islands; How to make the most of available light; The quest for long-lasting prints, and more…
Taken in Rutledge Lane in Melbourne. By Lex Rudd.
The back lit snow flurries on the ridge lines of the mountains provide detail; easily lost in the grandeur of the Canadian Rockies. By Cliff Samson.