‘Old school’ portfolios on the comeback?

Photographers are spoilt for choice in how they can present their work. There are websites and blogs, tablets and iPads, laptops, projectors, and good ol’ fashioned printed albums, studio walls and portfolios – but which works best? A Youtube video … Continue reading

Proposed privacy laws threaten photographers

While photography can be a form of art, in the public spectrum it is also technically a form of surveillance, and cameras are surveillance devices. But that doesn’t that mean the vast majority of photographers are breaching an individual’s privacy… does it? The AIPP’s submission to the … Continue reading

Groundbreaking copyright precedent

Despite concerns of a move to dilute copyright protection in Australia, a recent legal precedent should hearten professional photographers and make potential IP thieves understand they aren’t beyond the reach of the law. The Federal Circuit Court of Australia (formerly … Continue reading