Australian Photography > July 2012
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Flash Gear: Part One, Shooting Snow, Phone-ography, Profile: Daniel Sponiar, FotoFreo Fires Up, Locations – Lord Howe Island, Sony a57
Flash Gear: Part One
In part one of this two-part feature Peter Burian looks at the options available for enthusiasts once they decide to start using flash units beyond their basic pop-up flash.
For photographers who visit our southern highlands during winter the opportunity to shoot
images of snow can be a great challenge. But there are potential hurdles in creating strong pictures. David Bigwood discusses how to avoid them, or correct them if necessary in software.
Pro shooter Andrew Rankin explains why he put down his SLR kit and picked up his iPhone for his latest photography exhibition, and then outlines some of his favourite photography “aaps”.
Profile: Daniel Sponiar
Up and coming professional photographer Daniel Sponiar has developed his photography career by expanding his technical and business knowledge over the last few years. And it’s culminated in two exhibitions of his coastal landscape images. But he told Robert Keeley he has still bigger plans ahead for his professional imaging career.
FotoFreo Fires Up
One of the biggest photography festivals in this country happens every second year in the historic port city of Fremantle, just south of Perth. Paul Amyes paid this year’s extravaganza a visit and saw an eclectic mix of images and photo artists on offer.
Locations – Lord Howe Island
Michael Snedic toured the iconic island of Lord Howe, off the coast of New South Wales, and discovered its two towering peaks, stunningly blue bays and inlets, and its unique birds and wildlife. And he shot some great images along the way!
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