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Sandisk Extreme Pro Portable Ssd
SanDisk’s newest and fastest portable SSD may look a lot like its predecessors, but that’s just about where the comparisons end. Under the hood it offers serious performance for photographers, video editors and data hoarders who need the fastest poss
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The Art Of Equine
I know, I know…such a great way to start an article with everyone’s favourite topic, health and safety! In all seriousness though, you need to understand that protecting yourself and the horse needs to be your top priority. Photographing horses is no
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Join Us In Tasmania For The Photography Workshop Of A Lifetime
Join Australian Photography editor Mike O’Connor and TV presenter and pro photographer Darran Leal for a 5-day creative photography workshop in the Cradle Mountain region, Tasmania from 13-17 September 2021. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned phot
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My Clothing System
A thin merino wool layer top and bottom against my skin and a toasty warm ¾ zip neck long sleeve top and close fitting stretch polypro fleece tights on the bottom are my all important base layers. If I’m leading a Zodiac cruise, where I’m not very ac
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Win!
Thanks to our great sponsors Eizo, John Egan has won an EIZO CS2420 image-editing monitor and EX4 Calibration Sensor valued at $1,500. EIZO monitors reveal subtle details and colour tones in your photo files that would otherwise be hidden from view,
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Contributors
Dr. Andrew Peacock works as an ER doctor in Queensland and is a regular finalist in the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year awards. In the pre-Covid era he was a guide and photo instructor. See more at footloosefotography.com Katie
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Image Doctor
On a visit to Yosemite, John Egan wanted to catch the beautiful orange/yellow effect that sunset can have on the high points from the valley floor. He scouted the area the morning before and found a still pond which reflected well. He wrote: “At the
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Your Best Shot
Based on the sheer number of entries we received this month, it’s fair to say simple colour themes like this one are pretty popular! From dozens of great entries, here were our favourite shots that stood out and wowed us this time around. Number 2 I
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Shutter Speed And Snow
Falling snow is moving faster than you think so your choice of shutter speed will significantly alter its appearance in the image. If you want the snowflakes to show up like confetti they need to be frozen – no pun intended – with a relatively fast s
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Shake It Up
Expand your creativity with these unique photography ideas. As photographers, we’re always searching for that next picture-perfect moment to cherish and share with the world, but if we just shoot the same subjects over-and-over again, photography has
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Australian Photography + Digital
ESTABLISHED IN 1950 Editor: Mike O’Connor mikeoconnor@yaffa.com.au Contributing Editors: Mick Fletoridis, Rob Ditessa, Drew Hopper, Anthony McKee and Saima Morel. National Sales Manager: Jodie Reid (02) 9213 8261 jodiereid@yaffa.com.au Advertising Pr
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The Remains Of The Day
To visit Japan is an immersive experience quite unlike travelling in any other country. And as a photographer, you can interpret the experience in a myriad of ways – there’s opportunities for beautiful landscapes, bustling street images and tranquil
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Super Selections
Have you ever photographed the perfect subject, but wanted to tweak just one colour in the image? Or have you ever wanted to edit just the out of focus areas in one of your images, leaving the in-focus parts alone? In Photoshop, there’s a selection o
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Capturing The Perfect Shot
What makes for a great cover image? It’s something I get asked a lot – perhaps more than any other question by photographers – and yet even after editing this magazine for the last five years, it’s still something I struggle to quite put my finger on
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How To Enter
AUGUST ISSUE SPORT May 31, 2021 SEPTEMBER ISSUE BLACK AND WHITE June 30, 2021 OCTOBER ISSUE DETAIL July 31, 2021 NOVEMBER ISSUE PETS August 31, 2021 DECEMBER ISSUE SEASONS September 30, 2021 1. Email your entry to yourbestshot@australianphotography.c
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The Crow Castle
It was another cold and early wakeup call - one of many on our month-long trip in Japan back in 2018. Thankfully our sunrise shoot location (Matsumoto Castle) was only a 3-minute walk from our hostel. It’s always a bonus when you can book your Airbnb
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The Showcase
A photo book is a fantastic way to use your images, and give your work a life beyond the screen. The photos we take tell the stories of our lives. Stories of travels, achievements, of our homes, of people still with us and of those long gone. Because
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Quick Snaps
SIGMA has announced a 61 Megapixel high-resolution version of its full-frame fp camera, called the fp L. As well as the new sensor, the fp L gets a new hybrid autofocus system, an optional electronic viewfinder that screws onto the side of the camera
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The Equine Portraiture Cheat Sheet
My average natural light shoot typically starts approximately an hour before sunset. Once I’ve arrived, here’s how I work: • Canon 5DSR body with my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L lens• My camera on Aperture priority. If shooting a backlit scene, then it’s on
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The Chill Factor
A cold environment presents a number of challenges for the outdoor photographer – an unfamiliar landscape, the weather and of course the low temperature can all make capturing something unique quite difficult. I’ve been fortunate to experience trips
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Google Photos To Drop Free Storage
GOOGLE Photos has announced it will discontinue its program of unlimited free cloud storage for photos and videos. Google Photos entered the cloud storage market in May 2015, offering unlimited and free storage for videos up to 1080p and photos up to
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Your Best Shot
TRAVEL Missing travel yet? We certainly are, and although we may not be able to actually go very far at the moment, that’s not to say we can’t reminisce about where we would rather be. So grab yourself a pina colada and a good book, and enjoy our fav
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How To Enter
1. Email your entry to yourbestshot@australianphotography.com with the name of the competition theme in the email subject line, for example: Weather, Abstract, Landscape, etc.2. The image file must be the same as your name, for example Jane Smith.jpg
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The Flight Path: pro Secrets For Capturing Birds In Flight
Who’d have thought that three little words could instil so much fear? Yet time and again I am asked this question: How do you get a good shot of a bird in flight? Whether it comes out as a blur across a landscape, an empty branch on which a robin had
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Australian Photography + Digital
Editor: Mike O’Connor mikeoconnor@yaffa.com.au Contributing Editors: Mick Fletoridis, Rob Ditessa, Drew Hopper, Anthony McKee and Saima Morel. National Sales Manager: Jodie Reid (02) 9213 8261 jodiereid@yaffa.com.au Advertising Production: John Visko
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The Four Seasons
The Bureau of Meteorology’s calendar educates Australians on the science of weather and brings awareness to the importance of understanding the risks it can bring. Each year hundreds of photographs are submitted and narrowed down to 13 final images.
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Second Chances
For the past few years, January has always been our travel photography special issue of AP mag, and as a complete travel nut, it’s one issue I’ve always enjoyed putting together. However, looking back at 12 months of parked planes and postponed trave
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Telling Tales
You’ve finally made it to your dream location, and by dream, I don’t mean your own secluded private island with swaying palm trees and a “ring-the-buzzer” butler service, but a place where you can bring your ambition of being a photojournalist to lif
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Join Us In Tasmania For The Photography Workshop Of A Lifetime
Join Australian Photography editor Mike O’Connor and TV presenter and pro photographer Darran Leal for a 5-day creative photography workshop in the Cradle Mountain region, Tasmania from 13-17 September 2021. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned phot
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