News   

AIPP absorbs pro video group

July 19, 2017

The Australian Video Producers Association (AVPA) has merged with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). (ProCounter will have more on this shortly. For now the following details come from an AIPP press release) Rochelle Morris, AIPP’s board advisor for video, … Continue reading

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Bowens bites the dust

July 19, 2017

Rumours are swirling that UK light manufacturer, Bowens, has gone into liquidation. An inside source told blog DIYP, which had the unfortunate news confirmed by two independent sources. An anonymous source also verified this information to photo news aggregate website Petapixel. … Continue reading

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Instagram over the influencer

July 6, 2017

The authenticity and credibility of Instagram influencers may be under threat, as the social network will soon roll out a ‘paid partnership’ tag which will clear up whether there’s been a commercial exchange for a post. Influencers are the hip … Continue reading

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WA photographer drafted for reality TV

July 19, 2017

Photographer Jarred Seng has been selected as one of 24 contestants on reality TV show Australian Survivor. Seng, a successful young travel and music photographer from Western Australia, was selected from 16,000 to be part of the TV series which … Continue reading

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Monkey selfie destroys photographer

July 18, 2017

British wildlife photographer, David Slater, is trying to make a living as a tennis coach, and is ‘even considering dog walking’, after an Indonesian black Macaque monkey snapped a few selfies resulting in a bizarre legal issue asking ‘who owns … Continue reading

Opinion   

The lens brings science to life

July 12, 2017

In 1665 Robert Hooke, the English pioneer of microscopy, published a groundbreaking book called Micrographia. It was filled with meticulous observations of plant cells and insects and demonstrated how Hooke appreciated the communicative power of the image. Over the next … Continue reading

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