AustralianPhotography



Photo Tip of the Week: Wildlife Secrets (Part Two)

In the second and final part of our two-part series on photographing wildlife, award-winning shooters Steve and Ann Toon share four more great photo tips to put you ahead of the herd. more

September Comp: Wheels

September Comp: Wheels

If it has a wheel it fits the bill for this month's photo challenge. Bikes, skateboards, cars and more – send us your best shots for the chance 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.

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Hot Shot: Emu and Chick

Wildlife photographer Theo Allofs recalls a memorable encounter with an emu chick and its father, in the Sturt National Park in north western NSW.

Pro Showcase: Daniel Linnet

In the first of a new series showcasing recent work by leading professional photographers Daniel Linnet talks about his moody boudoir-themed series, 'Dragon's Den'.

Olympus Announces Selfie-Friendly Olympus PEN E-PL7

Olympus has released details of its new flagship PEN compact system camera, the E-PL7.

Photographer of the Year: Featured Portfolio #8

With more than $14,000 in prizes, the entries keep coming in the 2014 Photographer of the Year, presented by Olympus. This week's featured photographer is Ellen Duffy in the Portrait category.

September AP Out Now: Dylan Fox’s Luminous Landscapes, Shooting Water, RAW vs JPEG

The September issue of Australian Photography + digital is now out in newsagencies on iPad and via subscription.

Kodak Discontinues BW400CN Film, IIford Goes On

While Kodak Alaris is discontinuing its black and white BW400CN film, Ilford says it is pressing on with making its XP2 Super film.