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.)
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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.
By Yee Fang Lu.
At the shores of Inle Lake, traders get ready to bring their wares from water to land, where they can set up stall at one of the weekly village markets.
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By Glenn Schultes. Taken at last year’s Dark MOFO Midwinter Festival in Hobart.
By Ronald Rockman.
I took this shot south of Mildura Victoria by hanging over the side of the basket of a Hot Air Balloon not long after sunrise, which was quite exhilarating…
By Peter Illott.
Taken in July outside the Bundaberg Rum Distillery in East Bundaberg. The night was very dark and very cold and with a strong southerly wind blowing smoke from the chimneys…
By Natasha Dvornikova.
Tasmania is a paradise of trekking and beautiful sights. Lake St Claire is one of its jewels…
By John Hassall.
Hand held with the camera steadied against a solid surface. While in the bush I noticed that many insects were attracted to my car, where they landed and stayed for an extended period.
Many would say that the most common picture-taking mistake of all is failing to get close enough to the subject.