Magic Hour

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/magic-hour/

Given his particular fondness for the sweeping landscape, it’s not surprising that he also has a favourite photo community site devoted to the aforementioned genre. Called naturephotographers.net, Yoon says ‘it’s basically a Who’s Who of landscape photographers. Pick up any international landscape or outdoor photography magazine, and you’ll see many familiar names from NPN. A couple months ago I actually joined the staff as a moderator on that site, so I’ll be doing even more critiqueing.’

Into the Fire

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/into-the-fire/

To achieve his win as Press Photographer of the Year, Nick Moir has not only had to know how to take a decent news photo, but embark upon a deep study of weather, and undergo training as a fire-fighter.

In Talalla

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/in-talalla/

‘As soon as I finished school, I went overseas’, says Jess Brown. In 1998 at the tender age of 18, she was off to Europe. ‘I was using film and not shooting digital. I took a pack of film with me overseas and travelled around Europe. I just travelled and took photos for a year, which was great. I wouldn’t really walk around in my own city and take lots of photos, so it was good to be in a foriegn country where you didn’t have any inhibitions. I really started shooting.’

How the Inner West was Won

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/how-the-inner-west-was-won/

If you happen to live in certain parts of Sydney, The Glebe & Inner Western Weekly is delivered to your doorstep every Wednesday. If you also happen to be a photographer, it is impossible not to notice the name John Appleyard. There it is time and again, under the photo on the front page, throughout the news pages and back through sections for the arts, entertainment, dining and sport.

Having a Ferrari of a Time

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/having-a-ferrari-of-a-time/

We emailed Australian photographer Mark Bramley to find out how his freelance career was going in London. Quite well, apparently. He replied: “I’m literally about to leave for the airport, for a four day shoot in Italy, so I’m going to be brief. Feel free to elaborate on my behalf.”

Gallery Profile: Zorica Purlija

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/gallery-profile-zorica-purlija/

 Location: Bondi, NSW My Favourite Websites: www.obscuragallery.com www.acp.org.au www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au www.arthere.com.au www.visualarts.net.auwww.artshub.com.au My Gear: Nikon FG20 Canon IXUS 70 (image shot …

Gallery Profile: Fernando Cascais

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/gallery-profile-fernando-cascais/

Location:Espinho, Portugal My Favourite Websites:  http://kaskais.fotosblogue.com/ http://www.flodeo.com/kaskais http://www.photoclub.eu/photogallery/showphoto.php?photo=1935&cat=524 http://www.jpgmag.com/people/kaskais http://www.pixalo.com/gallery/showgallery.php/cat/500/ppuser/4575http://www.passionforpixels.com My Gear: Nikon D80 and Nikon 28mm f2.8, Nikon 50mm …

Gallery Profile: Leigh Beer

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/gallery-profile-leigh-beer/

Location:Brisbane, Qld. My Favourite Websites: Without a doubt photoreview.com.au. The one I mainly look at is stumbleupon.com. It’s asort of …

Finding the Juice

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/finding-the-juice/

Mark Rogers’ career began with an extended period of itinerant work and travel around Australia and Europe. He picked fruit, took jobs on building sites and in mines and worked on prawnboats and in canefields. Along the way he developed an interest in the dramatic arts in general and acting in particular.

Eye for a scene

https://www.photoreview.com.au/stories/profiles/eye-for-a-scene/

Sometimes things don’t work out quite the way you plan. Originally I’d intended to interview Geoffrey Simpson about his work as a cinematographer, with the idea of exploring the intersection between his craft and the art of photographic composition. Although he is an extremely busy fellow, we managed to conduct the interview. Unfortunately, it turned out to be difficult to organise the high resolution images from his films we’d need for publication in the magazine. Ownership and copyright issues that arise from such a highly collaborative art form, it seems, are extremely complex.