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Your Best Shot
TRAVEL Missing travel yet? We certainly are, and although we may not be able to actually go very far at the moment, that’s not to say we can’t reminisce about where we would rather be. So grab yourself a pina colada and a good book, and enjoy our fav
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How To Enter
1. Email your entry to with the name of the competition theme in the email subject line, for example: Weather, Abstract, Landscape, etc.2. The image file must be the same as your name, for example Jane Smith.jpg
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The Flight Path: pro Secrets For Capturing Birds In Flight
Who’d have thought that three little words could instil so much fear? Yet time and again I am asked this question: How do you get a good shot of a bird in flight? Whether it comes out as a blur across a landscape, an empty branch on which a robin had
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Australian Photography + Digital
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The Four Seasons
The Bureau of Meteorology’s calendar educates Australians on the science of weather and brings awareness to the importance of understanding the risks it can bring. Each year hundreds of photographs are submitted and narrowed down to 13 final images.
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Second Chances
For the past few years, January has always been our travel photography special issue of AP mag, and as a complete travel nut, it’s one issue I’ve always enjoyed putting together. However, looking back at 12 months of parked planes and postponed trave
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Telling Tales
You’ve finally made it to your dream location, and by dream, I don’t mean your own secluded private island with swaying palm trees and a “ring-the-buzzer” butler service, but a place where you can bring your ambition of being a photojournalist to lif
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Join Us In Tasmania For The Photography Workshop Of A Lifetime
Join Australian Photography editor Mike O’Connor and TV presenter and pro photographer Darran Leal for a 5-day creative photography workshop in the Cradle Mountain region, Tasmania from 13-17 September 2021. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned phot
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Australian Photography1 min lettiAutomotive
Nathan Duff is a photographer, videographer and retoucher working predominately in the automotive industry. Nathan’s work has appeared in numerous automotive magazines, including Top Gear, CAR, Wheels and MOTOR. See more at
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Building Blocks: How To Shoot Modern Buildings
With most of Australia’s population located in big cities, many of us have much better access to interesting buildings than we do to interesting landscapes or wildlife. Photographing buildings can not only be an enjoyable way to spend a day in the ci
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Car Noir
The threat of inclement weather hung over Sydney from the early hours of the morning when I met up with Richard, a journalist for Wheels magazine, to shoot the cover feature for an upcoming issue. I’d spent the day in the studio the day before in air
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Sony A7c
If there’s one thing you could say about Sony’s cameras, it’s that they tend to stick to a relatively consistent formula – the A7 series is almost all indistinguishable save for a few incremental physical changes, and the A6000 series of cameras shar
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Inner Space
In last issue’s Straight Shooter, I talked about drones as an example of a technology that has transformed photography – and to continue this theme I thought I’d talk about how new tech has made another genre of image-making much more accessible: und
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Winter’s Chill
Canada is my favourite country to visit and photograph. Until this trip in 2017, I had visited many times but always in the summer months. A friend had recently moved to Calgary and suggested a visit in early November would be a great time to photogr
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Quick Snaps
THE Australian Centre for Photography has closed its doors asa result of a perfect storm of COVID-19, a lack of funds and the rise of smartphone photography. The ACP board announced in a statement the organisation would move into a period of hibernat
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With New Eyes
I have always had an appreciation for drone images. You know the ones – those photos where you can see way off into the distance. Those photos that capture scenes from above, like where the sand and water meet, where beautiful autumn trees stand and
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Ballarat To Get National Centre For Photography In $6.7 Million Funding Boost
THE Victorian Government has announced it will establish a National Centre for Photography in Ballarat, in a major budget boost for the region. The 2020-2021 Victorian Budget will invest a mammoth $6.7 million to create the new centre, which is plann
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Image Doctor
THIS MONTH’S WINNER Pavel Kotelevskii is an amateur photographer and this is his “first attempt with the classic composition of One Tree Hill in Maleny [Queensland].” To create this photo, Pavel combined two shots taken about 30 minutes apart. “The f
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Australian Photographer Wins International Wedding Photographer Of The Year 2020
DESPITE many weddings being put on hold this year, the annual competition that celebrates the world’s finest wedding photography still went ahead, with Australian photographer James Simmons taking home the title of International Wedding Photographer
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Sony Enters Drone Market With Airpeak
IMAGING and consumer electronics giant Sony has announced it will enter the drone market, unveiling a new business division called Airpeak that will launch in early 2021. In an announcement shared on the Sony website, the company confirmed Airpeak wi
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2020’s Finest Photojournalism Recognised
THE winners of the 2020 Nikon-Walkley Press Photography Awards have been announced. The Walkley’s are Australia’s most prestigious awards for journalism and photojournalism, and in its 64-year history have recognised some of our finest journalists an
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Nikon To Cut 20 Per Cent Of Staff Outside Japan
NIKON has announced plans to cut 20 per cent of its workforce outside of Japan by March 2022, in a move that confirms the company has taken a considerable financial hit in 2020. According to Japanese website Nikkei, Nikon President Toshikazu Umatate
Australian Photography1 min lettiInternet & Web
Google Photos To Drop Free Storage
GOOGLE Photos has announced it will discontinue its program of unlimited free cloud storage for photos and videos. Google Photos entered the cloud storage market in May 2015, offering unlimited and free storage for videos up to 1080p and photos up to
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Quick Snaps
THE winners of the 2020 Epson International Pano Awards have been announced, with the overall winner of the 2020 Open Competition being Matt Jackisch from Canada with his entry Spring Hibernation. Explaining his winning entry, Jackisch said: “I spent
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I am a member of the Geelong Camera Club, having joined in 2003. My interest in photography goes back many years and I am particularly interested in all forms of sport. I often give talks on sports photography, and in my view, together with wildlife,
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Meet “Tommy” And “Nicky”, New Hybrid Tripods From 3lt
NICKY and Tommy are two new hybrid tripods from 3 Legged Thing, whose names were inspired by 1980s skateboarding stars Nicky Guerrero and Tommy Guerrero. Nicky and Tommy are the latest additions to 3LT’s Legends Range, joining the older models Mike,
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Book It In
After five hours of review, six winners across the two categories of portfolio and storytelling were awarded based on excellence and fitness for purpose in photography, sequencing of images, design, layout and typography. The six winners across the t
Australian Photography1 min lettiComputers
Panasonic Announces Bgh1 Box-shaped M43 Cine Camera
PANASONIC has announced the Lumix BGH1, the company’s first compact cube-style mirrorless camera. Inside is a 10.2 megapixel M43 sensor, capable of shooting 4:2:0 10-bit C4K/4K 60p or 4:2:2 10-bit All-I C4k/4K 30p. The sensor features Dual Native ISO
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Image Doctor
Akira Nakajima had been experimenting with layering photographs and was surprised by the mysterious effect of layering macro images over night work. “For the macro photograph, I sprayed water on a dandelion and placed a daisy directly behind it. The
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