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Rev elation

                                  Rev elation By Steve Packer A fateful brush with tragedy steered Tasmanian Jarrod Leonard into reinventing himself as a motorsport photographer.   Motorsport photography is largely about being in the right place at the right time to capture …

Rebecca Johansson

I wanted a burst of colour. This shot was all done in-camera, with me and two others throwing powder on the count of three.     Part of my Queen series. This is Mary Queen of Scots who was executed for her Catholic faith.                       …

Olive Cotton and Sally McInerney

Olive Cotton’s confident sense of design and balance was expressed across a wide range of subject types. Her daughter Sally McInerney is a superb photographer in her own right and it’s interesting to see the echos of her mother’s aesthetic sensibilities showing up in some of the images here.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The Australian Museum in Sydney is showing 100 of the best images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Drawn from some 42,000 entries, these photographs are a must-see for anyone with a photo safari in their future – or indeed anyone who delights in the endless variety of our fellow lifeforms!

Peter Carroll

Zebra Stampede   Keeping an Eye Out   Budgies   Wedgie   Epupa Falls   The Water Truck   Girl in Blue Dress, Zanzibar   Xavier at Refugee Camp   Visiting Congelese Refugees in Uganda   Child Sacrifice Rally       Kolmanskoppe   Soussesvlei   Lake Eyre Pastel   Deluge     Wild animals …

Trevern Dawes

A sun glint over the salt requires initial exploration to find the best location.   Bat-like salt shape in Halligan Bay complemented by a very useful cloud structure.   Shallow waters, little or no breeze, plenty of cloud, get the feet wet and there are plenty of reflections to work with.   Local heavy rain …