Gallery Profile: Fernando Cascais

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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 f1.8, Nikon 18-70mm, Sigma 10-20mmCanon Powershot G9 Inspirations:Metaphysics, astrology, psychology, literature. Cartier-Bresson, Joseph Koudela, Man Ray and others. Aspirations:I am a ‘mad dog’ street photographer. I track down the ‘reality’ with my cameras and I …

Gallery Profile: Leigh Beer

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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 search engine that randomly finds websites according to your particular interests. I’ve found many useful Photoshop tutorials, photo technique websites and photographers. My Gear: Nikon D70 with Tamron 28-300mm f3.5 lens Inspirations: I can remember …

Finding the Juice

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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

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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.

Exceeding expectations

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Ross Eason bases his Sunshine Coast commercial photography business on exceeding clients’ expectations, and he has the skill, creative confidence and work ethic to do so. It’s the other factors – the ones beyond his control – which can make the task an unforseen challenge.

Creature Discomforts

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Visitors to Peter Strain’s gallery in Broome, Western Australia, typically react to his macro photographs of mangrove tree snails with laughter and amazement. These Creatures of the Giant Tides, as he has called the series, are startlingly colourful, varied and Ëœalien’.

Ballarat International Foto Biennale Photographer Profile: Mindaugas Kavaliauskas

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  lo-res-37840002-M_Kavaliauskas475 This picture was taken in the village of Kraziai, on a late August evening in 2002, when I by chance came to visit the Trakšelis family in their backyard. They had just slaughtered a pig and were about to cut it up. The family knew me quite well. While they were working, I …

A Little Uneasy

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Melbourne’s Morganna Magee is too busy documenting happenings on her doorstep to worry about global warnings that photojournalism is going out of fashion.

Aglow: The photography of Adam Bruzzone

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Adam Bruzzone loves the vigorous light and strong colours of his native South Australia but, thanks perhaps in part to his heritage, he is equally passionate about the sublime and dramatic landscapes he’s come to know on visits to Italy.

Across The Line

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The prostitutes in First Deadly Sin, Gerhard Joren’s photographic survey of the sex industry, are depicted neither as victims, nor heroes, nor villains. They are, however, depicted honestly.