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‘National Centre of Photography’ for Ballarat

June 22, 2018

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) has purchased the heritage-listed former Union Bank building for $1.3 million, with plans for transforming the old building into a  National Centre of Photography. The 436-square-metre historic building on Lydiard Street South will eventually … Continue reading

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Photographers do well doing good

June 22, 2018

Photographers can still participate in the fourth National Family Portrait Month (NFPM), a charity event which aims to raise $20,000 for the Make-A-Wish foundation by photographing families. NFPM is a simple national fundraising effort by photographers, with all money raised … Continue reading

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NY Times photographers revolt!

June 18, 2018

New York Times freelance photojournalists are fighting against a new rights-grabbing work-for-hire contract, and encouraging other photographers not to sign up. The contract, issued in mid-May, relates to the production of drone footage and specifies that New York Times ‘will … Continue reading

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SHORTS & BRIEFS: June 22

June 22, 2018

Kayell face-off…Adobe throws a bone…Sigma circles Sony with lenses…Samyang expands low-price AF range…Dentists’ News… Kayell face-off Australian photographers are spolit for choice when it comes to photographic competitions – provided they can afford the average $25 a pop to enter … Continue reading

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Getty hunts Australian content with Canon

June 20, 2018

Getty and Canon have teamed up to challenge ‘curious‘ Canon camera owners to get into the stock photography business via Getty’s ‘This Is Australia’ Collection. Canon’s support of the project requires all stock photos to be captured on its cameras. … Continue reading

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Nikon D850 has a Sony (manufactured) heart

June 19, 2018

While Nikon ‘designed’ the 46-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor in its best DSLR to date, the D850, it turns out the manufacturing was handled by rival brand, Sony. ChipMod, a Chinese camera modification company, took a scalpel to the D850 and … Continue reading

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