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Photo Review Competitions
Good photographers learn early to get in close to their subjects to maximise visual impact. Our challenge asks you to find and frame a photographic subject you like – and then, to move in tight. Very tight…
By David Edwards.
When I heard the forecast for fog in the area I headed for the local wetlands. It was a ‘pea souper’, very atmospheric.
By Simon Cowling.
The great square in the middle of Marrakesh, Morocco. Every evening it becomes a massive throng of food stalls, snake charmers, henna tattooists, palm readers, drummers from the desert regions, holy men, fruit sellers, herbalists, acrobats, magicians, musicians… It’s magical.
By Blane Coulcher.
I went horse riding in the Snowy Mountains NSW with my family – my daughters wanted the romance of riding in the snow!…
If the response to our silhouette challenge is anything to go by, you’d have to say that finding interesting, largely featureless black shapes to photograph can be a real tonic for image makers’ imaginations…
By Rob Morgan.
By David Scott.
I don’t normally go too much for still life, but thought I would move outside my comfort zone…
By Suhas Kulkarni.
This picture was taken near Sydney Olympic park. In-camera conversion to monochrome darkened the shadows.
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