Whether it’s a tender moment between a mother and her young, a magical bit of social interaction that strikes a human chord, a raptor riding the thermals or a herd of animals bursting away from a chasing predator; there’s no doubt capturing action photography is a hugely addictive pastime. And while it can be technically tricky and difficult to pull off, it’s also rewarding when you succeed.
The theme for this month’s competition is ‘Texture’. Texture is the representation of the nature of a surface, rough or smooth, and is found in a variety of subjects including from architecture to food. Enter your photos to be in the running to win a brilliant Spyder4PRO from Kayell Australia. valued at $240. With a patented 7-colour sensor and easy-to-use setup wizard, the Spyder4PRO automates and simplifies display calibration to deliver consistent and predictable colour every time.. more
The holidays are almost here and for many of us that means long summer days at the beach! While you're there make sure you grab some shots for our December photo competition! The best photo will win a Spyder4PRO from Kayell Australia. valued at $240. Please note, due to Christmas the deadline for this competition is earlier than usual: December 18, 2014. more
Darran Leal outlines the attractions of one of his favourite Australian shooting locations, isolated Piccaninny Creek in the remote Purnululu National Park at the top of Western Australia.
Sony announces world’s first full-frame camera with optical 5-axis image stabilisation.
French Photographer Renaud Marion brings to life his childhood dreams of how the world was supposed to look in the future.
This month, three photographers explain how shooting for charity has its own rewards, we meet a photographer who travels the country shooting extraordinary images of everyday Australians, we share some fantastic tips to help you take your image-making skills to the next level and we get the low-down on flash photography techniques.