Constant variety and reinvention are the spice of life for Sydney commercial photographer and teacher, Daniel Linnet.
It’s dirty, dusty work being a commercial photographer for mining companies, but it doesn’t show in the clean perfectionism of Christian Sprogoe’s images.
A Q & A with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, partners in life – and Photography.
From his film beginnings to his digital present, for Norman Shapro photography has always been about the image and not about the technology. By Don Norris.
The transition from snapping high school mates to being a sports photographer at the highest level has been a dream run for Ryan Pierse.
Canadian photographer Greg Snell’s eye for adventure won him the opportunity to help promote Australia to the world.
The problem with trying to interview an adventure photographer is that they’re often on adventures.
Documentary photography is a threatened species, but Lachlan Gardiner is a young practitioner who clearly has what it takes to breathe new life into this challenging field.
Surfer and surf photographer Al Mackinnon has made a name for himself shooting the hottest waves in the world’s coldest water.
When the thunderclouds are rolling in and lightning’s likely to strike, stormchaser Marie Freitag gets ready to rumble.