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ACMP: 07 May, 2013
Sarah Anderson who has been working with Trampoline Melbourne for the last few years shares about what she gets out of being part of the project.
In 2009, after many years of assisting and a two and a half year stint in Canada I decided it was time to break up with my assisting career and start my photography business. It was so scary to stop assisting and get out there with my folio and show everyone. But the hardest part was spending days, weeks and months on the phone trying to book meetings.
ACMP: 07 April, 2013
It has been 4 years since my last exhibition, so I recently started thinking about the next one! I shoot mostly people for my commercial work, but generally exhibit industrial images for my fine art. Nice & easy - old factories do not answer back, or demand to know "why are you taking my photo, mate?!?" So... I have some images I have been shooting for the last couple of years - crowds of peopl
ACMP member Keturah de Klerk and her Partner Morne show what responsible tourism and human endeavour can achieve.…
ACMP: 13 March, 2013
* spotlight *Georgery has suffered too much. He is scarred for life. But he is a picture of hope. The odds seemed heavily stacked against an 11- year -old South African boy with shocking burns injuries from a house fire and the later unrelated deaths of his mother and sibling twins. Adding to these traumas, as a toddler he was rushed to receive an antidote to a poisonous spider bite.
ACMP member Louise M Cooper: 01 February, 2013
I am an emerging photographer currently based in Sydney. Originally from Aotearoa NZ, I arrived here via years of travel overseas and study in Melbourne. My photographic work focuses on humanitarian themes & provides a social commentary on the world around me. Many of my clients are NGOs and humanitarian organisations. I am happiest when completing projects overseas like this work in Timor L
ACMP: 24 September, 2012
As a photographer, you're part of an overwhelmingly large community. Flickr alone claims 60 million, albeit not all professional, and then PhotoShelter hosts 70,000 professional photographers and then you only need to look at Getty which incorporates iStock before the numbers become mind-boggling. Whatever the specific stats, we can safely say there is a lot of competition for business amongst p
ACMP: 25 July, 2012
Dave is a Shanghai-based photographer and writer. This year he won the inaugural Walkley Award for Best Freelance Journalist of the Year and was a finalist for his second time in the National Photographic Portrait Prize. Dave's work has appeared worldwide in such publications as Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, Corriere della Sera, Monument, ELLE, Saturday Age and the Sydney Morning Her
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!
ACMP: 01 March, 2012
*IPAD VS PRINT PORTFOLIO - *Meg Moss, Content and Photographer Management at ImageBrief.com Are the days of individualized printed portfolios gone? There are plenty of new IPad apps on the market today for artists and agents to explore for showing images. IPads are certainly a convenient way to share images, but does that mean death to printed portfolios? We put this question out to a coll
James Pevitt : 09 January, 2012
Port Fairy's East Beach is regally visited by Southern Right Whales during the cold winter months. I had been into water photography for some time and my equipment being an EOS 3 with a 70-200 zoom all in an Aqua Tech Water Housing. Looking at the East Beach I noticed a large whale cruising around the bay. Could I get a pic of it with the water housing? I was going to soon find out! The ol
Andrew Richey: 06 December, 2011
To date, this year has been a busy one. We have had some fun working on some exciting projects and I thought we would share a few pics with you...
We were recently selected to shoot the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Campaign images. It's a thrill to see the huge multi media exposure and our pictures flying high on flags, billboards, posters and all sorts of other applications across the city and further afield...