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15/8/2017

Call for Submissions: Capture Magazine - The Annual 2017.

– posted by Mel

Hi All,

The call for submissions for Capture’s biggest issue of the year, The Annual, is now open.

The deadline is 21 August at 11:59pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) – GMT +10.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be featured in the biggest edition of the year.

I’d appreciate it if you could please spread the message to all your current and past students, or in fact any amazing photographers you know.

All the information on how to make a submission can be found at the link below, and it costs nothing to enter.
http://bit.ly/TheAnnual2017-CallForSubmissions

For a little inspiration, and to see who was featured last year, the 2016 Zinio edition can be located here: http://bit.ly/2tKGuOh, or click on the following link for a little sampler from the website: http://bit.ly/TheAnnual2017_AreYouGoodEnough

The amazing cover for the 2016 edition was shot by Paul Giggle.

25/7/2013

Julian Dolman

– posted by Rachelle

This book of photographs by Julian Dolman are from his ongoing work with the wholefood & lifestyle blog 'Harvest', which was started by himself and partner Gina along with her great friend Meaghan Tarrant.

Many a Sunday spent cooking, eating and photographing in my studio along with visits to farms, have seen us forming a great bond and passion for locally sourced sustainable food and a desire to incorporate these ideas into the way we live.

We hope you enjoy this book and follow our stories through the blog as we continue to meet more of the amazing people who grow and supply the incredible food, share great recipes and continue on our little food adventure.

About working with Sally on the new folio...

"Thrilled to work with Sally again on my 2013 folio. With this being such a new direction for
my work Sally as always has cut quickly to the core and strength of the images and helped me
bring it all together like nobody else can. Thankyou Sally"

Julian Dolman

welcometotheharvest.com.au

16/4/2012

Photographer Lachlan Moore has a blog too….

– posted by Kerry

It's really cool, so we think you should check it out.

14/3/2012

The Sartoralist.

– posted by Sally

Melbourne based photographer Peter Casamento has forwarded us this link to street photographer, The Sartoralist.

Get yourself a cuppa and enjoy.

 

27/2/2012

How and where to start marketing yourself as a creative.

– posted by Sally

Ever wanted to know how and where to start marketing yourself as a creative? Visit Darren Lunny's latest blog post to hear from youth marketing expert, Andrew Mackinnon from Taboo on the dos and don'ts of marketing; how to optimise your social media presence; making the jump to full-time creative, and loads more.

9/2/2012

Photographer Greg Neviile’s blog

– posted by Sally

We thought you might like to check out this blog.

 

2/1/2012

James Knowler has a blog too…..

– posted by Kerry

Have a look.

24/10/2011

Stills from Kirrilee Bailey’s Sportsgirl video.

– posted by Kerry

A couple of weeks ago we put up a post with a video Kirrilee Bailey shot for a Sportsgirl competition.

We thought you'd like to see some of the stills from the project as well.

The shoot was Inspired by Botticelli’s masterpiece, the Allegory of Spring awakens at dusk and ventures into the night.

Check out Kirrilee's blog

and make sure you have a look at the video too...

20/9/2011

Personal work from Ben Capp.

– posted by Sally

Recent surveys suggest that only 3 out of 10 Australian men are close to their fathers.

This figure has been linked to depression, anxiety and other forms of mental illness among Australian men.

Check out Ben's blog to see work from his project.

26/1/2011

Vincent LaForet

– posted by Kerry

Photographer Vincent LaForet discusses film making and production. It's an interesting read.

Vincent has a theory about "FAST-CHEAP-GOOD." -You can only ever have two of these at any one time. 

His blog is great and well worth a look.

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