Australian Photography > March 2012
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Making DSLR Movies; Profile - Philip Quirk; Tips on how to use your tools to improve your images; Interviewing Ken Duncan and Andrew Chapman; Locations - Great Lakes, NSW; How to correct any colour casts and adjust the balance of your JPEG images; Sony a65v
Making DSLR Movies
Most DSLRs are now capable of producing movies. Some have been used in Hollywood! Peter Burian explains the basics about how to shoot films with your DSLR.
Profile: Philip Quirk - Man Of The Land
Phil Quirk has been shooting the Australian landscape - both in the bush and in our cities - for decades. Rob Ditessa spoke to him about his approach and motivations, his changing style, and the techniques and equipment he has used over the years.
In the Field
Experienced shooters Marianne Lim and Dylan Toh have worked extensively both in Australia and around the world. Along the way they've learned to the value of certain specific items of kit. Here they let you in on their secrets about how those tools can improve your images.
Ken Duncan and Andrew Chapman are two outstanding Australian photographers who have recently produced high-quality books covering our dramatic landscape and its man-made bush structures. Editor Robert Keeley spoke to the two about how they captured their images.
Locations - Great Lakes, NSW
The Great Lakes region of the north central NSW coast offers myriad opportunties for landscape and seascape photographers, with many coastal lakes, untouched by development, and pristine beaches. Stephanie Jackson paid this scenic region a visit.
Colour Casts & Balance
Technical writer Peter Wilson-Jones explains how you can correct any colour casts and adjust the balance of your JPEG images when using Photoshop.
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