discovering the beauty of the world through photography
As you know medium format cameras are the next leap upwards from DSLR - although with the amazing resolution power of the new Nikon D800 not as great a leap as 12 months ago.Medium format camera…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Norman Apr 2.
A number of members, myself included have had a grizzle from time to time about uploaded images taking on an oversaturated look on the LPO site, but being OK on the slide show. I think I have tripped…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Norman Mar 18.
In CS6 under Preferences / File Handling you can disable compression of PSD files. While the file is materially larger the save times are supposedly 75% faster. Anyone fiddling with large files might…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Nicholson Feb 2.
Nick Rains alerted me to Samara - a limited release film that started its run in Melbourne today.
I can guarantee that there isn't a photographer around who could not be spellbound by the cinematography and images used. I'd recommend to everyone they make the time to catch it.
The film is a series of images filmed in 70mm with a music backing (no dialogue). It is stunningly beautiful, confronting and depressing - all at the same time.
The message behind the images is…Continue
Posted on December 25, 2012 at 20:30
Members with trading names should be aware the law has recently changed. I should say I'm not a lawyer and the following is only my (possibly incorrect) understanding of the new situation.
Previously you could just have a trading name and didn't necessarily have to register a business name. What was a state registration system has been scrapped in favour of national registration controlled by (you guessed it) ASIC (the government watchdog that just keeps on giving - providing it…Continue
Posted on December 20, 2012 at 15:13
I'd like to add my compliments to Ian Wallace and his co-contributors for the excellent photo book they put together on Tasmania. I edit a monthly magazine for a Melbourne 4WD club and I can appreciate putting this project together would have been a huge task.
Great images, but you've set the benchmark fairly high for your next effort!
Posted on December 31, 2011 at 15:48