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    Frances Andrijich explores the natural beauty of Margaret River with her new book - ACMP

    14 August, 2013

    The unique region of Margaret River in Australia's south-west is captured with charm and intimacy through the lens of Frances Andrijich.Frances is one of Australia's finest photographers and long time ACMP member, whose work features in national and international magazines such as Time Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Gourmet Traveller, Australian Geographic, Vogue and the Weekend Australian Magazine.He

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    Brett Naseby On adding value to your portfolio with HDSLR real estate videos - ACMP

    22 July, 2013

    Looking for ways to expand his  folio in a regional town, Brett Naseby ACMP member shows, thinking outside the  box  worked a treat. It would be fair to say that Real Estate Video Production has kept me off the streets. Although I have photographed dozens of weddings, events and commercial assignments, Real Estate Video has become the central core of my photographic/video business. A lot of modern agencies have dropped their newspaper advertising completely and moved all campaigns online, with the video tour becoming the most powerful tool to sell the home. 

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    The 5 point checklist for preventing photographer’s back and neck pain and tightness - ACMP

    13 July, 2013

    So you've been taking photos for a while, and suddenly you notice your back and neck start telling you something.  You might get pain, you might get soreness, but more often than not, it's just a stiffness that starts building up in your neck and shoulders.  Maybe your low back is your weak point, so that's where your symptoms start.  Or maybe it's your arm or wrist. This discomfort - wha

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    Christian Pearson Photography and the High Life - ACMP

    07 June, 2012

    I was scared of heights... well I still am yet I am quite happy to hang out of a helicopter at 1000 feet and take photographs. It is a strange and complex arrangement I have with myself that allows me to place a camera in front of my face and thus separate myself from the reality of my relative distance from the earth!



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    Social Media for Photographers, One Photographer's Approach - Gemma Carr

    29 July, 2010

    *How critical is social media/marketing to your photography business*? Photographers are busy people. So too are our clients. More so than ever before we have an abundance of information available to us at the click of a mouse. It's always evolving; full of opportunity and at times, a little overwhelming. As you can see, the modern day photographer is a busy one indeed. Running a successful ph

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