The Grampians are the heart and soul of Marty Schoo’s photography.
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‘We all believe that this is the important issue of our day. It’s actually a crisis. If you engage in the environmental rant, I think people turn off. But if you open up a place for discourse, for understanding – through photographs, through things that are open to a personal interpretation, hopefully that’s a more profound transformative experience.’ – Nicholas de Pencier
Australian photographer Joshua Holko has built a thriving photography business from his passion for the polar regions.
Mieke Boynton finds the photographic connection between land, culture and light in the Kimberley.
Steve Scalone was about 12 when he picked up a camera for the first time. It was his father’s 1950s Paxette 35mm rangefinder and while the elder Scalone had never really managed to get to grips with it, young Steve just seemed to have an intuitive feel for photographic technology.
Zoologist, bio-ethicist, governor of the World Wide Fund for Nature in Australia, communications consultant and lecturer at the University of Melbourne, Doug Gimesy is also a committed conservation and wildlife photographer.
A drone – quite literally – allows a camera to go where it has never gone before, and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has recently ‘cut for red tape’ for drone operators.
Adelaide-based photographer Hilary Hann spent her formative years in a world very different from the sedate and orderly City of Churches. Born in Singapore, her family spent time in North Borneo before moving to East Africa and settling in Kenya where she was raised.
An age-old issue continues into the digital age… This article explains what “manufacturing variability” means for cameras and lenses, how likely it is to occur, and what you can do about it under local consumer laws if there’s a problem with any new gear you purchase…
Samantha Everton has gone to extraordinary lengths in producing her art photographs, especially with her Sang Tong series.