The 2019 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year awards have recently been announced and, as usual, they are great. They are just as much a celebration of the diversity of nature as a celebration of photography.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven great wonders of the natural world with the tourist numbers to match. Despite the large number of visitors, a little seen phenomena at the reef is the spawning when the coral releases gamets into the ocean so they can reproduce. Occuring according to lunar cycles and […]
Photographers Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini have that very particular trait where you’re not sure if what’s going on in their photos is quite normal or very weird. It seems to be in their facial expressions and posture. It seems that at least they think they are being normal.
Haruhiko Kawaguchi raised eyebrows with his tight looking photo shoots of couples wrapped in plastic in an exploration of claustrophobic love. Expanding on his Laura Palmer ways, he’s now into not just wrapping people, he’s now taking on entire households. Photo shoots have to be conducted very rapidly for obvious reasons. Despite all the sucking […]
Photographer, Mike Olbinksi is at home photograhing your typical wedding or portrait shot. The background of the above photo reveals another interest: The weather. Namely, stormy weather. It’s not just still photography. Olbinski takes spectacular videos of nature at its savage best.
The Aperture Australia Conference is on once again this year. Hosted by veteran journalist Ray Martin, it features a line up of speakers in many broad areas of photography. It also features the latest and greatest in the form of camera equipment and accessories. It’s sure to leave your purse and wallet a little lighter.
The World Press (no, not WordPress) Photo Exhibition hits town as part of its 45 country tour. The world’s press is receiving more and more scrutiny in the present day and so it’s important to appreciate its achievements and stand by it’s goals.