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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.


f11 Magazine - New issue

– posted by Sally

What is aimed at visual arts professionals, enthusiasts and aficionados, published 11 times each year, totally digital, delivered online and free?
f11 Magazine. Produced in New Zealand, f11 connects with a huge Australian following and engages with over 50,000 readers around the world.
The October issue contains 58 pages of coverage of the Canon AIPP APPA Awards 2013. Have you seen it yet? Check out the latest issue here.


Cricket in Fiji - Louise Cooper

– posted by Sally

I recently returned from another trip to Fiji, this time photographing cricket for the International Cricket Council (ICC) in the remote islands of Lau.

These remote islands have been crazy for cricket since it arrived in the region with the missionaries.

The images form one chapter in Oceans of Cricket: Photos from the Pacific - a book being published by the ICC in time for the Brisbane test later in the year.

- Louise Cooper


Capture Tree Article

– posted by Rachelle

Thrilled to be involved with Capture Tree, follow the link here to read my article

Growing Your Folio – From Student to Emerging to Professional


Capture Magazine

– posted by Sally

I was delighted to be the subject of the very first Q & A for Capture magazines Jan/Feb 2013 Edition. The article features images from Jade Cantwell and  Kerry Pryor, great work girls!


Capture’s biggest issue of the year

– posted by Kerry

The call for entries to submit work to Capture's biggest issue of the year, The Annual, is now open. Out in early November, this highly successful issue is a showcase of the best Australian and New Zealand photographic work (emerging and professional) for the last year (July 2011 – July 2012). It also features a review of the year that was and the Top Ten lists, as chosen by you.
To enter, follow this link, answer the questions and take note of the instructions on how to submit images. The appropriate e-mail address is listed on the last page with the simple instructions.

***Deadline for submissions to The Annual is midnight 24 August 2012.***


Matthew Kovac Capture Magazine

– posted by Kerry

Thought you might be interested in reading about Matthew Kovac. Download the article in Capture Magazine.



Fred Kroh captures Heide Garden

– posted by Kerry

The book Sunday's Garden was launched last week and is now available for purchase.

From the director of Heide Museum, Jason Smith...

"Photographer Fred Kroh has captured the Heide garden as never before and we thank him for his artistic vision and dedication to the project."


"our foremost thanks go to Fred Kroh, photographer extraordinaire, and Dugald Noyes, Heide's devoted Head Gardener. Fred has created a breathtaking visual record of the Heide gardens as they are today; ..."

Lesley Harding and Kendrah Morgan


The Compendium 2012.

– posted by Sally

Mary Myer has sent us some information about this years Compendium. If you are interested in being a part of it read on and I encourage you to get involved.

Gianni Frinzi from T&G Publishing has printed the book and he will also distribute it internationally, the US, Europe and Asia. 

There is still time for submissions as we have extended the deadline for entries and will be launching September/October this year.  The fee for a double page, one photo and text is $750.  There is also an index at the back with the photographer's web and email details.

Meyer Gallery now operates from 2 Danks Street Waterloo under the banner of Syndicate, which comprises four curators/galleriest who have joined forces to present an extensive stock of artists and art work to the public from one commercial gallery.  Meyer Gallery exhibits work from established and emerging photographers in analogue and digital works.



Fiona Wolf’s new web site.

– posted by Sally

Fiona Wolf

Wolfwerk Photography is spring cleaned! There is new work to see

There's new images taken during the year 2011 and of course some all time favorites. It is a mix of personal work and commissioned work.

New features on the website are the books, which are now available to buy (print on demand) at Momento Pro.

2011 Portfolio Book

Girls n Cars- The ultimate Collection in 2 versions

(more books available- search for Wolfwerk on the Momento Pro shop)


Bonnie Savage shoots for Gourmet Traveller.

– posted by Sally

Gourmet Traveller commissioned me to shoot a feature story on a small town in Laos. 

After 3 days and nights of solid rain the skies eventually cleared and I was able to get some great shots.
I'm not sure whether the best part was shooting portraits of locals on farms or staying in some heart stoppingly amazing accommodation....

Bonnie Savage


Slow Tracks by photographer Craig Newell.

– posted by Kerry

Author Jude Fitcher and photographer Craig Newell travelled regional Victoria exploring the importance of country racing and how it helps galvanise communities.

Slow Tracks takes you places where the going is good. It revels in the people and places that make Victoria unique and ends up at the finest country racetracks in the state.

Publication date: October 2011, Affirm Press.


Toby Scott’s work with Est Magazine

– posted by Kerry

Check out a few pages of Est. Toby Scott has been shooting with them since the launch of the magazine.

Nice work Toby, beautiful interiors.



– posted by Kerry

On Monday we introduced you to a new magazine called "Est."

Mel T has also been working with Est.

Have a look at this time-lapse video Mel shot for Andria Norvelis, a stylist/visual merchandiser.   

Andria prepared these beautiful succulent mood board for their launch issue, and Mel captured the making of EST logo.


Est Magazine.

– posted by Sally

There's a new magazine in town and Toby Scott has been photographing for them.

It's called "Est."

Download a couple of pages from the magazine.  and have a look at Toby's work.


New online magazine - an ultimate design resource with interactive style inspiration.
A need to save on storage space coupled with demand for a highly interactive online design publication acting as an instant style resource was the concept behind soon-to-be launched magazine Est - available via website and as an app.
Editor in Chief Sian MacPherson says Est wraps up design in an easy-to-read, interactive digital mag available to read on the go wherever you are in the world.

Website design and development by Superbia.