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‘Photography is not about camera brands and models, it’s about capturing someone’s heart.’
S
teve Parish

 

Featuring travel and photo-tips from across Australia

Gary Bell: Underwater Landscape Photography
Gary Bell: Underwater Landscape Photography

Underwater Landscape PhotographyTest & Photography Gary BellWhen I made my first underwater picture on the Mornington Peninsula in 1974, I had no idea where this would lead. My understanding of photography back then was very limited, but I knew I wanted to be an...

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Photographing Australia: Wildflowers
Photographing Australia: Wildflowers

Photographing Australia:WildflowersAustralian wildflowers have a strong appeal to the senses – some are voluptuous in shape and form, some fragile; some have a scent that is almost overpowering, but in others the perfume is delicate; some are bold and brightly...

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Bird Photography: Tips and Techniques
Bird Photography: Tips and Techniques

Bird Photography:Techniques and Tips Birds, more than any group of wild creatures, offer the ultimate challenge to all who pursue the art of nature photography. I took my first fuzzy birds on the wing photographs in 1975 on a field trip to south-west Queensland for...

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Photographing Australia: Trees
Photographing Australia: Trees

Photographing Australia:TreesWhether painted with autumn colours, dusted with snow, shrouded in mist or backlit by a crimson sunset, trees are amongst the most photographed subjects in the natural world. Photographing them can be pure joy wherever you are working – in...

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Photographing Australia: Choosing a Camera
Photographing Australia: Choosing a Camera

Photographing Australia:Choosing A Camera‘Remember, photography is not about camera brands and models, it’s about capturing someone’s heart.’ Steve ParishYou would be forgiven for going cross-eyed when you either Google 'buy a camera' - About 3,710,000,000 results...

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Photographing Australia: Landscape
Photographing Australia: Landscape

Photographing Australia:Landscape Australia is a wondrous land of ever-changing landscapes. From vast, open, arid dunes and grasslands with dead-flat horizons to craggy alpine peaks. These extremes are often only a short drive from urban centres and, with camera in...

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Photographing Australia: The Red Centre
Photographing Australia: The Red Centre

Photographing Australia:The Red CentreFor a travelling photographer, particularly one who has chosen to bring or hire his or her own vehicle, the biggest problem that you will confront in the Red Centre is time management. If you have plenty of time, you will be in...

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Photographing Australia: The Kimberley Division
Photographing Australia: The Kimberley Division

Capturing the Essence:The Kimberly DivisionThe Kimberley lies under the influence of the monsoons, which bring cyclonic rain during the hot summer wet season, then retreat, leaving the land pleasantly warm but dry. I suggest you time your visit for winter for best...

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Photographing Australia: Rainforest
Photographing Australia: Rainforest

Photographing AustralianRAINFORESTThe best conditions for photographing rainforest are either bright overcast or misty weather – days that start out with heavy mist that is then, around mid-morning, penetrated by the sun. The shafts of light that fill the forest...

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