News   

Photojournalism has a sexual harassment problem!

July 20, 2018

‘Photojournalism has a sexual harassment problem‘. Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), a US magazine for working journalists, is attempting to spearhead a #Metoo campaign within the US photojournalism industry. CJR has published Photojournalism’s moment of reckoning, a 9500-word special report based … Continue reading

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No IDEA show this year

July 19, 2018

The Imaging and Digital Entertainment Association (IDEA), which assumes the position in the Australian photographic industry of the wholesalers’ and manufacturers’ trade association, will not, as previously indicated, be holding any industry events in 2018. Last August PhotoCounter reported that … Continue reading

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The whole industry in one directory

July 20, 2018

Entrepreneurial professional photographers are working on inventive new ways to monetise the industry. Style Pose Click is a new online photography supplier directory, which plans to create a paid, subscription-based marketing network for photo retailers and service providers. ProCounter is … Continue reading

Opinion   

Instagrammers are hugging nature to death

July 20, 2018

Photography is an ever-evolving, ever-changing hobby, career and art-form. Over the years the cameras have evolved from primitive wooden boxes powered by chemicals, into technologically-advanced power-packed gizmos that enable pretty much anyone to take a good photograph in pretty much … Continue reading

Opinion   

Photo contest judging done right

July 20, 2018

Photo contest judging processes are often shrouded in mystery. So it’s interesting to read about the meticulous selection criteria that happens behind the scenes at competitions. PhotoShelter founder, Allen Murayabashi, a regular contest jury member, has provided insight into how … Continue reading

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Head On calls for exhibitions

July 17, 2018

Head On Photo Festival 2019 is calling for exhibition submissions from photographers and photo artists, curators, gallery managers to be considered for next year’s event in Sydney. The submission deadline is July 29. All work, across the field of stills … Continue reading

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