Personal holiday photography the ‘next big thing’?

March 21, 2017

Australian start-up Travelshoot, which connects tourists with a local photographer for a photo shoot, has received a $500,000 investment from reality TV star Steve Baxter and QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA). The Queensland-based business is run by siblings Tim Jones … Continue reading


Retail tricks for photographers

March 13, 2017

Photography is both art and business — and while sidewalk sales may not work for photographers, there are still a few ideas photographers can steal from retail. Favorite tricks for retailers are favorites for a reason, often bringing in additional … Continue reading


Fungi photographer turns passion into profession

March 15, 2017

Documenting fungi has proved a worthwhile hobby for Australian nature photographer Steve Axford, whose time-lapse work features in Sir David Attenborough’s visually breathtaking new documentary series, Planet Earth 2. There’s 13 time-lapse scenes in the Jungle episode of Planet Earth … Continue reading


Aerial photo comp a rights grab?

March 21, 2017

DJI has partnered with Tourism Australia to launch ‘Australia From Above’, the drone company’s first national aerial photography contest, which aims to ‘showcase the natural beauty from above’… ADDITION: …And provide Tourism Australia and DJI’s Skypixel website with some great aerial … Continue reading


RIP Popular Photography

March 17, 2017

Popular Photography magazine has ended all media operations, with the March/April edition marking the final copy of the publication’s 80 year run. Eric Zinczenko, CEO of Bonnier Corporation, which owns Popular Photography, attributes the closure to digital technological advancements and improved smartphone cameras, … Continue reading


Parents pay for school photographer hacking

March 17, 2017

The website of Queensland School Photography has been hacked, with students’ parents reporting their credit cards used in unauthorised overseas transactions. The schools photography business shut down its online ordering system and warned parents via e-mail of the security breach … Continue reading


Was it ethical for the World Press Photo Contest to award its top prize to photos showing an Islamic terrorist assassination?

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