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    Landscape Photographers, including you, are losing rights - Ross Barnett

    26 June, 2010

    With the upcoming Arts Freedom Photographers' Rally at Sydney's Opera House on August 29, we thought it was timely to reproduce Ross Barnett's article from Online Opinion website:

    Landscape photography in Australia has had a long and proud history of supporting the conservation and preservation of our natural environment.

    In 1859 some of the very earliest Australian photographs were taken in the Grose Valley of central New South Wales. That area is now preserved as part of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains..........

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    The good, the bad and the ugly of Photography Competitions - William Long

    16 June, 2010

    William Long, the photography industry's competition watchdog illustrates a good, and then a bad and ugly example of two current Photography competitions.

    The Good The Inaugural NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Photographic Prize is an Acquisitive Prize for the Best Landscape Photograph taken in NSW.......

    Author: William Long - 1 comment

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    On Assignment - A Church Is A Church Is A.... - Vincent Long

    11 June, 2010

    The next in our ACMP series "On Assignment" Vincent Long writes from Mexico.

    A church is a church is a church....
    As mentioned in my previous blog, I have been shooting an ongoing assignment
    documenting world heritage sites in Mexico. The process is fairly intense and
    quite comprehensive and requires me to shoot pretty much all the major heritage
    monuments in each city including museums, historic houses, heritage streets and of
    course churches.

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    Tools of the Trade - This one works miracles - Diederik Van Heyingen

    02 June, 2010

    The next edition of the ACMP's Tools of the Trade blog series explores how not all tools need batteries. Diederik Van Heyingen explains..... My favourite 'tool' of the trade is my Retoucher Alex. What can I say....Alex takes my cards or my capture folder and works small miracles on a daily basis. I don't know where to begin with telling you what an amazing piece of equipment a full time in

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