This has been doing the rounds the last couple of days. Jason Lanier is trying to end “discrimination against photographers.”
Photographer Davide Ambroggio gives us an insight into his life and work.
Sam Robinson specialises in lifestyle photography. We go behind the scenes with Sam on campaign shoot thanks to Phase One.
The Canon 50mm f/1.8 II aka the plastic fantastic is one of the best bang for your buck lenses around. Coming in at around $120 AUD it’s cheap, sharp and on a crop sensor makes a perfect portrait lens.
Garry Winogrand is one of the most notable American street photographers. His work documents American life during the years after World War II. In 1984 thousands of undeveloped rolls of film were discovered when he passed away.
In 1977, Garry Winogrand was invited to talk to students of Rice University about photography.
If you don’t have the patience to watch the 1:46hr long talk here’s a 16 minute highlight reel, which was created by Washinton DC’s National Gallery of Art.
I was down at the South Perth foreshore the other night looking at a very familiar view and it got me thinking. Since RAW has so many members from around the world how about you share a photo of your cities icon. A view that is so well known to local photographers but perhaps not to those travelling through your city or town.
Photos need to be in by Wednesday the 25th of Feb.
Over the past few months I’ve lost my street photography Mojo. It probably has more to do with outside factors like becoming a new dad than anything serious, but after watching this documentary on the work of Australian street photographer Marcus Andersen by Rob Norton, I feel the need to load some film and head out shooting again.
Canon has finally come to the huge megapixel high resolution party. With two versions providing a 50.5 mp full-frame sensor in both versions.
The below video will take you through the two versions their differences and similarities and everything else you need to know.
Are you looking at one of these offerings if so which one?
North Shore based surf photographer Brian Bielmann began shooting photos in 1978 and since then, has traveled the world with some of the best athletes on the planet. Watch as Sanuk goes behind the lens with Bielmann as he describes the highlights of his career.