Present-day street photographers can learn a lot from the great photographers of the past. Although our equipment is different and we face challenges that were unheard of in the past, the approaches, styles and aesthetics of early photographers can give us ideas and inspiration that can be applied to our own situations.
By Susan Shanta. The cold, frosty morning and the dew drops are glistening and dancing on the delicate blades of grass.
Tasmania’s West Coast offers a diversified wilderness experience with endless opportunities to explore and photograph.
By Robert Zappia.
Image taken at Currumbin Rocks on the Gold Coast.
Steve Scalone was about 12 when he picked up a camera for the first time. It was his father’s 1950s Paxette 35mm rangefinder and while the elder Scalone had never really managed to get to grips with it, young Steve just seemed to have an intuitive feel for photographic technology.
Adelaide-based photographer Hilary Hann spent her formative years in a world very different from the sedate and orderly City of Churches. Born in Singapore, her family spent time in North Borneo before moving to East Africa and settling in Kenya where she was raised.
Samantha Everton has gone to extraordinary lengths in producing her art photographs, especially with her Sang Tong series.
Trevern Dawes has lost count of the number of times he’s visited Lake Eyre.