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18/5/2018

Auckland Festival of Photography

– posted by Sally

Auckland Festival of Photography is NZ's premium international photography festival.

It brings together photographers, curators, students, amateurs and professionals with the aim of encouraging the public to celebrate the art of photography.

Twenty-three days of photography and 110 events and exhibitions in 60 venues across the entire Auckland region.

For more information, check it out through http://www.photographyfestival.org.nz/ems/index.cfm?section=203

Elena is By Alex Plumb from the new work he has been commissioned for Los Creadores is from new photobook 'Laberinto' by Alejandro Chaskielberg.

17/5/2018

Calling Out Assistants!

– posted by Sally

Are you are an Assistant looking for more work?
I'd love to hear from you.

The  www.thebrownbilleffect.com features a dedicated section for Assistants to feature their own profile.

Please click here to view the profiles of assistants currently available for assisting.
There are a wide variety of skill sets, talents, and interests that can be viewed on each of the Assistants profiles. The one thing they all have in common is that they are lovely people, hungry to work and ready to go.

How to get listed.

To have a profile on The Brownbil Effect Assistants section is just $250 plus GST for the year.

Please call me on 0403 302 831 or apply directly via the website.

 

17/5/2018

FOTOL!VE 2018 is here!

– posted by Sally

 

FOTO L!VE is a unique opportunity to get face-to-face with eight inspiring photographers and learn the secrets of their success.

Whether you want to improve your shooting and editing skills; turn your photo business into a lean, mean money-making machine; or get hands-on with the latest gear; FOTO L!VE has something for photographers of all levels.

Tickets start at just $99. Register here: http://www.australianphotography.com/live

When: Sunday, 5 August 2018
Where: Monkey Baa, Darling Harbour, Sydney
Tickets: Early bird tickets available now until June 29, 2018
Full day: $169 – includes Australian Photography L!VE (morning) and Capture L!VE (afternoon)
Half day: $99 – choose Australian Photography L!VE (morning) or Capture L!VE (afternoon)

Questions: fotolive@australianphotography.com

17/5/2018

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2018

– posted by Sally

The National Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual event intended to promote the very best in contemporary photographic portraiture by both professional and aspiring Australian photographers.

The exhibition of 43 portraits will be on display at the National Portrait Gallery from Saturday 24 March until Sunday 17 June 2018.

The winner of the 2018 National Photographic Portrait Prize is Lee Grant for her portrait of Charlie.

Highly Commended: Filomena Rizzo, My Olivia.

Art Handlers’ Award: Stephanie Simcox, Joey.

Now it is over to you to vote for your favourite portrait! The People’s Choice Award closes on 4 June 2018.

For more info - check out https://nppp.portrait.gov.au/

17/5/2018

Bursting With Colour

– posted by Sally

TBE Gold Member, Greg Elms, features a double page spread in Gourmet Traveller from his India trip last March. This captivating image is from "the Holi Festival in Banke Bihari Temple, Vrindavan, where thousands of worshipers gather to celebrate the first day of spring by throwing coloured powder over each other and rubbing it on their faces". For more imagery of Greg's great work, pick up a copy of Gourmet Traveller today.

9/5/2018

Head On Photo Awards Winners 2018

– posted by Sally

The winners of the Head On Photo Awards, Australia’s most prestigious photography competition, were announced by the Minister for the Arts in front of more than 2000 people on Friday 4th May. The winners share a prize pool worth  $60,000!

If you are in Sydney, check out the Finalists Exhibitions:

Portrait Prize: Festival Hub Paddington Town Hall 5-20 May 10-6pm
Landscape Prize: New South Wales Parlament House 7-24 May Mon-Fri till 5pm
Mobile Prize: Festival Hub Paddington Town Hall 5-20 May 10-6pm
Student Prize: Paddington Reservoir Gardens 5-20 May8-6pm

To see all the winning images check here  :)

 

27/4/2018

Who is Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographer 2018?

– posted by Sally

Who is Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographer 2018? We can now finally reveal the winner of our annual contest to discover the next generation of the best emerging talent across the region.

Now in its 10th year, in 2018 the competition attracted a total of 924 entries (5,544 images submitted) across the 10 categories. In order to arrive at the category winners, a total of 460 votes were tallied, before being checked, rechecked, and then weighted. A further 170 votes were tallied in order to arrive at the overall winner and overall runner-up. We relied on an expert panel of judges comprising 35 top industry experts from Australia, and around the globe.

http://www.capturemag.com.au/latest/who-is-australasia-s-top-emerging-photographer-2018?utm_source=BLOG&utm_medium=BLOG&utm_campaign=SB%20Blog%20Emerging%20Photographer&utm_term=Leah%20Kennedy%20Australasias%20Top%20Emerging%20Photographer%202018%20overall%20winner&utm_content=Newsletter%20Tue%2024%20April%202018%20CID_728916afefaf3a0be70ed3aaaa3cca2d

27/4/2018

PHOTOGRAPHY - POWER AND PASSION

– posted by Sally


AN UNMISSABLE DAY FOR ALL LOVERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

A single day, jam-packed with experts across Australian and international photography who share their passions through presentations and thought-provoking discussions to inform and inspire.

When: Sunday 6th May

Further info: https://www.headon.com.au/product/head-photo-festival-seminar?utm_source=SB%20BLOG&utm_medium=Blog&utm_campaign=SB%20Blog&utm_content=Headon%20festive

The Brownbill Effect price: $175
Coupon: Brownbill

19/4/2018

A Darkroom Dinner with the MGA

– posted by Sally

Natasha Bowness, Chair of MGA Committee of Management and Anouska Phizacklea, Director of MGA invite you to MGA’s

Darkroom Dinner

Saturday 2 June 2018
7pm until late
Monash Gallery of Art
The Australian home of photography
860 Ferntree Gully Road, Wheelers Hill

Black tie with a touch of purple

Celebrate philanthropy and share our passion for photography.

Dine and be entertained amidst MGA’s collection as we auction stunning photographs, must-have delights and enchanting experiences.

Strictly limited tickets now available and can be booked online.

MGA relies on the generosity of the community. Proceeds from the Darkroom Dinner will support our exhibition program.

For all inquiries please contact lara.goode@monash.vic.gov.au

IMAGE: David ROSETZKY, Karlo  2017, gelatin silver print, 58.5 x 48.0 cm, courtesy of the artist and Sutton Gallery (Melbourne)

860 Ferntree Gully Road
Wheelers Hill Victoria 3150 Australia Phone +61 3 8544 0500 mga@monash.vic.gov.au

© Monash Gallery of Art

13/4/2018

LA PUNA de Atacama at Gaffa

– posted by Sally

I am very excited to share this solo exhibition by Silvi Glattauer as the work is very close to her heart. 

Silvi has been travelling around the North West region of Argentina for the last month and is adding to the existing body of work that she did for the Ballarat Biennale last year.

“The landscapes of this region are out of this world and as you may remember I am a native Argentinean so this work means a lot to me!”

The show will be opened by the Consul General of Argentina on 10th of May at 6pm.

5/4/2018

Sal’s in Sydney!

– posted by Sally

Sally will be in Sydney between Friday 4th - Tuesday 8th May.

If you would like to book a consultation whilst Sal is in town, please call 0403 302 831.

Sally offers the following meeting options:

• A two-hour consultation where Sally appraises your work, answers any questions you might have about the industry, your career path and then helps work out the best plan of action for you.

• A full folio review working closely with you on editing your images/work to create an individual folio for your specific needs.

• Editing images for websites and also for exhibitions. Sally’s approach to these meetings is renowned for being high in energy and positivity.

Please call her directly on 0403 302 831 to book in a time and get your career going in a positive inspiring way. Once Sally has worked with you through your new direction, she can chat about The Brownbill Effect - the online Creative Directory.

Please take a look at: thebrownbilleffect.com

29/3/2018

Discover Japan - PSC Photography Tour September 2018

– posted by Sally

What an amazing opportunity for photographers who love Japan!

Discover Japan - PSC Photography Tour September 2018

12 Days and 11 Nights: Osaka-Nara- Shikoku Island-Hiroshima-Kyoto
3 Days and 2 nights: Optional Tokyo Extension

Discover Japan offers you the opportunity to engage with the Japanese people and discover the country's cultural diversity and physical beauty with your camera with a group of passionate photography students and enthusiasts.

Our bespoke tour focuses on Southern Honshu and Shikoku Islands, the centre of Imperial Japan that now forms a major hub for industry and tourism. We also offer an optional extension to visit Tokyo, one of the world's great cities.

The beauty and charm of Japan's least visited island, Shikoku are combined with the vibrant markets, architectural wonders, stunning landscapes and cultivated gardens that are a feature of Kansai region and its 3 world renowned cities - Osaka, Nara and Kyoto - and the 20th Century's enduring monument to peace and resilience, Hiroshima.

Accompanying us and providing expert photographic support will be renowned international photojournalist Michael Coyne and Japan-based Australian commercial photographer Steph Doran.

Our unique tour will allow you to explore your photographic ideas and interests, offering you unparalleled access to the people cities and culture of Japan. Suitable for students and emerging photographers, experienced photographers who are interested in a flexible format, aspiring photographers, the shared attribute of our tour participants is a passion for photography and for capturing great images.

Tour Departs Melbourne 8 September
Whether you love photography, or want to improve your photographs while travelling, join us now to be part of this exciting photographic adventure in Japan with like visually aware travellers.

http://psc.edu.au/japan-2018/index.html

29/3/2018

EXTENDED DEADLINE DUE TO EASTER WITH HEAD ON!!!

– posted by Sally

Some photographers have requested an extended deadline due to Easter. The cut-off date is now Easter Sunday (Don't leave it till the last minute).

Head On Photo Festival is pleased to advise that AddOn, a non-competitive, anonymous, photographic exhibition with an open brief, is back for another year.

Photos can be of any subject taken with any camera including mobile phones, holgas, etc. Images must be square and submitted online. This exhibition is by invitation only.

Your picture will be printed and exhibited at 541 Art Space between 4-15 May.

The submission fee includes all printing, hanging and exhibition costs and your return surprise "adult lucky dip" (After the exhibition another photographer’s photo will be returned to you).

All funds raised go wholly towards staging AddOn and the Head On Photo Festival — a not-for-profit organisation.

Please email  Charles McKean, charles@headon.com.au if you'd like any other information.

 

9/2/2018

Head On Photo Festival - Deadline for submissions.

– posted by Sally

Don't forget the deadline for the Head On Photo Festival is fast approaching. Make sure you have your entries in by 11pm Sunday 25th February.

https://www.headon.com.au/civicrm/mailing/view?reset=1&id=256&utm_source=Head%20On%20Photo%20Festival%20Update&utm_medium=SB%20Blog&utm_campaign=Blog%20for%20Head%20On

 

19/1/2018

2017 Photographer of the Year - The Results!

– posted by Sally

Congratulations to all the winners. I loved being a judge on for this competition and enjoyed looking a everyones work.

In the link below you can see the overall winner (the highest scoring portfolio from all categories) and winners for each category.

http://www.australianphotography.com/news/2017-photographer-of-the-year-presented-by-panasonic-the-winners

There has also had a little bit of media coverage so far if you're interested:

http://www.news.com.au/news/jordan-robins-has-won-an-award-for-capturing-the-beauty-of-the-great-barrier-reef/news-story/a63a1ac81c609589208de3c37db8b9ed

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2018/jan/18/australian-photographer-of-the-year-award-winners-in-pictures

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