As life goes on you continue to add to your store of memorable moments. In this digital age many of those moments are captured on your smartphone and saved to the cloud or your hard drive. A small phone screen may not be the best way to enjoy those captured moments… [Canvas Factory Promotion]
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From movie sets and his commercial studio, to the wilds of Mongolia and the ocean in his backyard, Olympus is the perfect fit for Lachlan Moore. [Olympus Promotion]
Luminar has a clean interface that adapts to the way you want to build your workflow, with tools that can ignite your creativity and inspire your photographs. Presets, filters, layers, masking and more “” for Mac users (and soon for PC), Luminar has it all. [Macphun Promotion]
Chicago-based filmmaker, photographer and musician Chris Hershman is constantly trying to perfect ways of protecting and storing images and footage for his clients. [LaCie Promotion]
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Over the last five years, photographer, writer, environmental scientist and Olympus Vision Project fellow Jonathon Collins has lived, worked and travelled widely in Southeast Asia and Africa. [Olympus Special Promotion]
Commemorating your client’s most precious wedding moments has never been easier with Nuovo Albums, the most sophisticated new offering by Nulab, one of Australia’s leading print solution providers. [Nulab Featured Promotion]
Brisbane-based CameraPro is expanding its business beyond the traditional retail offering with a new store that features a ‘touch and try’ camera station and cafø©-style collaborative workspace for photography enthusiasts. [CameraPro Featured Promotion]
To celebrate their first year in Australia NiSi are releasing an Anniversary Special Edition ND Kit, available for a limited time.
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Watching ‘Humpback whale dance’ by the Slovakian born, Australian based documentary and underwater wildlife photographer Michaela Skovranova, affords a unique perspective on these photogenic creatures. [Olympus Special Promotion]