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Indie publishers’ print success

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August 25, 2016

While mass market magazines have become old and wilted, new independent publishers creating high-end ‘photo rich’ publications, with little support from advertisers, are proving print isn’t dead. Andy Summons, editor of Paper Sea Quarterly, an Australian surf, photography and travel magazine, … Continue reading

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Photo industry ‘cannot be Airbnb’d’

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August 23, 2016

(US) Portland-based PICR, a start-up which attempted to ‘Airbnb photography’, said it failed because the ‘two-sided’ marketplace is difficult to adapt to professional photography. Vitaliy Rizhkov, founder of PICR, explained his system didn’t offer the personal experience clients want from … Continue reading

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Rest In Peace: John Williams (1933 – 2016)

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August 24, 2016

John Williams was the first head of photography at Sydney College of the Arts and discovered his passion through a photographic catalogue called the Family of Man given to him by his wife in 1958. The Museum of Modern Art … Continue reading

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Canon 5D IV: First Look review!

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August 25, 2016

Drum roll…The Canon EOS 5D IV has now been announced! A handful of respected camera reviewers around the world were given pre-announcement access to the camera so they could post reviews to co-incide with the ‘official’ stage of the launch. … Continue reading

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AIPP ‘Incite’ program rich and relevant

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August 24, 2016

The AIPP’s two major annual events, the Australian Professional Photography Awards and The Nikon Event, have been combined to create INCITE, which will run in Melbourne this Saturday, August 27, for five days.INCITE, taking place at the Pullman Hotel, is … Continue reading

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It’s BYO photographer in Canada!

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August 24, 2016

Canadian politicians have come under fire for using taxpayer money to hire photographers to shoot political events. Canadian Environment Minister, Catherine McKenna, has defended the CA$6600 ($6700) fee paid to photographer Sebastien Leban for two-week’s work documenting her attendance at … Continue reading


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