Shoot for the stars: Australian Photography April issue out now!
Whether you want to capture dazzling photos of the Milky Way, shoot dramatic wildlife images, or create jaw-dropping seascapes, the April issue of Australian Photography is all about making you a better photographer.
The April 2017 issue of Australian Photography is available now in good newsagents, via subscription, and in a digital edition for phone, tablet and desktop.
MILKY WAY MAGIC
Ever wondered how photographers capture those crisp, clean images of the Milky Way? Luke Tscharke shares his top 10 tips for mind blowing night-sky images.
Australia is blessed with some of the most beautiful coastlines on the planet. From historic ocean baths to white sandy beaches and rugged headlands, Aussie seascape photographers are not lacking for amazing places to shoot. With the where and what taken care of, Kieran Stone helps you out with the when and how.
WILDLIFE BY NUMBERS
While a picture of a lone animal can be interesting, sometimes a shot of a herd, pack, flock or colony can be more powerful. Nature photography double-act Steve and Ann Toon show you the best way to play the wildlife numbers game.
A LIFE AQUATIC
With his sculptural and evocative images of the ocean, Warren Keelan is making waves in the world of art and landscape photography. He talks to Mick Fletoridis about his evolution as a photographer and shares some handy tips for anyone hoping to follow in his wake.
THE PERFECT PLAN
Reckon those amazing landscapes you see in books and magazines happen by accident? Unlikely. Most great landscapes are meticulously planned down to the last detail. Dylan Toh describes the lengths he took to prepare for a two-week landscape shoot.