Our Film Noir challenge asked photographers to imagine they were stills shooters on the set of The Big Sleep, Double Indemnity or some other classic of the noir genre…
Photo Review Competitions
By Russell Curr.
By Robert Zappia.
Image taken at Currumbin Rocks on the Gold Coast.
By Matt Oliver
Taken at Sossusvlei, Namibia. The late afternoon light was quite hazy but allowed an even, diffused light onto the dune and the ripples in the foreground sand to stand out…
By Cliff Samson.
The colour says it all. The vibrant red against a dark brooding sky epitomises the drama of this iconic Tasmanian landscape.
West Coast Wilderness Railway, Tasmania.
By Pete Heininger
St Kilda Pier, by Nino Xerri – Image Review 10, third winner.
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Pattern and repetition is an enduring visual concept that long predates photography. (Think of the geometric designs on pottery from thousands of years ago for instance.)
Our winner Susan Shanta knows all about how to use the relationship between the out-of-focus and in-focus areas of a photograph to make the latter the star of the show.