Will Rampling-Bauer’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, What's Your Poison? is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Editorial/Fashion category Read more
If you only buy one photographic book this year, it should be this one! "Remembering Rhinos" contains images shot and donated by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers, with all sale proceeds going directly to fight poaching.
Photographer and filmmaker Dustin Farrell's amazingly epic 4K short film, "Transient", was the result of travelling over 20,000 miles for more than a month in search of storms worth capturing.
Candy Goldsmith’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, "The secret life of Nanna", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Portrait category.
In the Australian wedding photography industry, the name Dan O’Day is synonymous with creativity, innovation, and a strong and unmistakable shooting style.
In 2014, Ayman Kaake's passion for cinema and photography eventually developed into a body of digital art works, creating images that delve into the dreamlike world of personal experiences, emotional turmoil, and the complexities of isolation.
For Perth-based photographer Jarrad Parker, the memories of a childhood spent exploring Western Australia’s natural landscape turned a professional sign-writer into a professional photographer.
GoPro’s HERO6 Black is the most advanced camera in the range. It offers 4K60 and 1080p240 video, all packed into a rugged, waterproof (10m), go-anywhere design.
The D-Link DWR-118 Wireless AC1200 4G/3G Router allows you the ability to create secure, personal hotspots, and connects to both household fixed and mobile broadband. Also, a great option for when you need to send files from a remote location.
It’s a sad truth that photographers spend much more time behind their desks than behind their cameras. These top 5 pro tips will help you greatly improve your workflow efficiency.
Not satisfied with capturing images on a traditional camera, like the kind you can buy at a shop (!), Simon Harsent had a camera built from an old wine barrel for his latest project with the winemaker, Wynns.