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Archive for February 2011

28/2/2011

Photographer Toby Scott’s USA adventure.

– posted by Kerry

Toby Scott is back from a roadtrip that included Whistler Canada to San Francisco down through the Giant Red wood forests and into the Napa wine region.

Thanks for sharing some of your photos with us Toby. 

25/2/2011

Michelle Williams in Desktop Magazine

– posted by Sally

Photographer Michelle Williams talks about Architectural Photograph with Mel Kerr in Februarys Desktop Magazine.

Read the Article.

23/2/2011

Mauro Risch nomination at the Hasselblad Masters Award 2010.

– posted by Kerry

For the second year in a row Mauro Risch has received a nomination at the Hasselblad Masters Award.

Mauro is in the running with other 9 photographers from all around the world who are competing in the "Fine Arts" category.

GOOD LUCK MAURO. You have our vote and we have our fingers and toes crossed for you. 

 

If you would like to vote for the 2010 Hasselblad Master Award go to:

http://www.hasselblad.com/Masters/2010/Finalists/mauro-risch1.aspx

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21/2/2011

AIPP Decathlon.

– posted by Kerry

Sally will be one of 10 speakers presenting at the AIPP's Decathlon Wednesday 23rd February 2011.

She is limited to 10 minutes. Should be interesting!!!

18/2/2011

International Conference on Food Styling and Photography.

– posted by Sally

Caroline Westmore food stylist from Gusto has forwarded us this info about a food and photography conference.

June 24-27, 2011
Registration opens in mid-February, with full program information available soon!

Main conference (June 25-26) early bird registration will be $525

Additional master classes on June 24 and June 27, including a day of still photography/videography for blogs will be $300/day
 

P.S. It's in Boston!

16/2/2011

What is Red?

– posted by Sally

We thought you might like to see some of Mel T's latest work.

This shot was entered in a Sydney exhibition themed  "what is red?"

Mel said she interpretated the colour as the source of life.

15/2/2011

DEADLINE EXTENSION Australia’s Top Photographers 2011.

– posted by Sally

Sally has been given a special deadine extension for Photographers who would like to enter in the 2011 Australia's Top Photograher -Emerging category.

The deadline has been extended until 11:59pm 21 February.

However, any entries that don't strictly follow the submission and file naming guidelines will be excluded.
 
Please see below.
 
Please note, all the information can be found at this link: http://www.austtopphotographers.com.au/index.cfm
 
To find out how to make a submission as an emerging photographer, please go here: http://www.austtopphotographers.com.au/emerging-photographers/enter-awards
 
For emerging photographers submitting, please ensure files are zipped into one ZIP file and sent with yousendit.com or similar service.

Please note the file naming standard: SurnameFirstNameImageCategory.jpg.
Six images per category.

 

GOOD LUCK!!!

14/2/2011

Kerry goes to New York….

– posted by Kerry

..... and I promise Sal, I did try to call home!

Ohh and went a little crazy at B&H.

11/2/2011

Tess Everett

– posted by Kerry

Tess Everett has just come back from a trip to Cambodia.

We thought you might like to have a look at a few of the beautiful shots she took while she was away.

9/2/2011

This made us smile :)

– posted by Kerry

Photographer Greg Elms sent us this clip he found.

So this is what colour sounds like........

click link

Thanks Greg we love it and we think you will too. 

7/2/2011

PSC Graduate Exhibition.

– posted by Sally

If you haven't had a chance to get along to the PSC 2010 Graduate Exhibition get your skates on.....

The exhibition closes 18th Feb and is well worth a look.

4/2/2011

Congratulations Liam Lynch

– posted by Sally

Late last year Liam came runner up in the Creative Photography Category of the 2010 Desktop Creative Awards.

Love your work Liam. You can download the article here.

2/2/2011

Jon Love shoots stills for ‘How it Feels.’

– posted by Sally

Jon Love was recently commissioned to shoot stills for a cinema ad Produced by Paul Murphy at Booktease. 

The ad was adapted from Brendan Cowell's novel 'How it Feels.'

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