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Archive for March 2014

26/3/2014

International Kontinent Photography Awards 2014

– posted by Sally

International Kontinent Photography Awards 2014, the prestigious photography competition is now open for entries from all photographers worldwide. Awards aim to honor best photographers in the world of photography and provide them global recognition and new opportunities.

Winning photographers will receive major awards including exhibition, monetary grant, book/magazine publishing, representation as well as product prizes from the Awards’ sponsors. Several Honorable Mentions will also be given in each competition category.

There are six main competition categories in the International Kontinent Photography Awards 2014:

    Advertising – Single Image
    Fine Art – Single Image
    Fine Art – Projects
    Editorial/Documentary – Single Image
    Editorial/Documentary – Projects
    Nature – Single Image

In 2013, International Kontinent Photography Awards received thousands of entries from 71 countries around the World.

Open to all photographers, worldwide

More info here

20/3/2014

20% off printing by Pixel Perfect for all photographers exhibiting as part of Head On 2014

– posted by Sally

In May 2014, the Head On Photo Festival enters its fifth year of showcasing some of Australia’s most interesting and innovative photo media. The festival continues to celebrate all genres of photography, from photo journalism and reportage to fine art and commercial work.

Alongside the exhibitions that cover Sydney’s galleries, artist run spaces and institutions, the Head On Portrait Prize continues to draw entries from emerging through to established photographers keen to exhibit in one of the country’s most prestigious portrait prizes.

Pixel Perfect Prolab in Sydney produces photo printing in both large and small formats. You can be confident that Pixel Perfect use the highest quality products and only the best processes for photo printing.

Large format photo printing –

Digital photo prints are printed with a high-speed 50-inch wide LAMBDA printer and printed on a wide range of long-life, photographic media from Kodak andFuji.
    - Kodak or Fuji – Lustre, Matte and Gloss.
    - Fuji – FujiFlex (Ultra Gloss), Fuji Pearl (Metallic) and Backlit.

Lambda 400dpi  - Their photo printing standard is always at 400 dpi on the Lambda printer, and printed at no extra cost. You get high quality and savings at the same time, an advantage you may not get with less exacting printers.

To find out more about the Pixel Perfect and Head On photo printing deal at Pixel Perfect or other services they provide, click the links below.

Pixel Perfect

Head On Photo Festival

11/3/2014

Matt Burke shows his new folio

– posted by Sally

I loved working with Matt, building his folio. His natural style and ability to connect with people is evident in his work.

I asked Matt what it is in photography that he is passionate about.

"In a way it all comes down to food; food in the greater sense of the word, that is. While I love setting up a studio shot with a stylist and chef, I'm also more than happy to find myself sitting in a muddy field at dawn with the producer and/ or the produce. I enjoy capturing the whole process, whether it be where it's made, the person who makes it, or the final product (even the person who is eating it) and hope that I tell its story well".

Matt Burke

 

 

4/3/2014

Dr. Andrew Peacock is a doctor, climber and adventure travel photographer based out of Australia

– posted by Sally

His accolades include: winner of the 2013 PDN Great Outdoors ‘Scenes of the Natural World’ competition, winner of the 2013 Australian Geographic ANZANG “Portfolio” and “Animal Portrait” Prizes, assistant filmmaker/photographer (and medical officer!) for the Corey Rich Productions film “A New Perspective” shot in July 2012 on Trango Tower in the Karakoram Mountains in Pakistan, which won the Grand Prize at the 2013 International Festival of Mountain Film in France, and Winner of the ‘Call of the Wild’ portfolio 2008 Travel Photographer of the Year award.

PetaPixel have a wonderful interview with Dr. Andrew Peacock where he talks about going from shooting with transparency film to using digital, dropping the thought of having a ‘traditional medical career’ to pursue the life of a ‘nomad climber’ and recently being stuck aboard the ship that was all over the news.

Dr. Andrew Peacock is a doctor, climber and adventure travel photographer based out of Australia (for now).

Read the full interview here

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