News   

Nikon shines light on ‘industry sexism’

September 22, 2017

Nikon has been accused of ‘not valuing women in photography‘ after it assigned 32 men, and not a single female, to promote the D850 in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. A series of marketing photos were published online, showing … Continue reading

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Fair use put on hold

September 22, 2017

Australian intellectual property advocates have welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to further public consultation before determining whether to adopt a potentially harmful US-style fair use exception to copyright infringement. The consultation period will begin in 2018. The Government issued its … Continue reading

Opinion   

Canon, what happened to innovation?

September 22, 2017

Dear Canon, You and I have had a very, very long friendship which has lasted many years and many, many generations of cameras. Ever since my first camera purchase, you have been my brand of choice. I still have my … Continue reading

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WA Liberals slam Bill Henson exhibition

September 21, 2017

The WA Liberal Party has called for a retrospective Bill Henson exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA) to be shut down for showing child nudity. The 23 images, curated by Susan Van Wyk from the National Gallery of … Continue reading

Profoto unveils first on-camera flash

September 20, 2017

CR Kennedy has announced that the Profoto A1, the lighting company’s first on-camera flash, will be available from October, with an RRP of $1499. The Swedish lighting company is marketing the A1 as the ‘world’s smallest studio flash’, rather than … Continue reading

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Polly Borland wins $25,000 photo prize

September 20, 2017

Melbourne-born photographer Polly Borland has won the $25,000 2017 Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award for her ‘compelling, edgy, and uncanny’ portrait, Two Heads. Borland is known for producing experimental and perplex pictures. She has photographed celebrities including Queen … Continue reading


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