The Ian Potter Centre at Federation Square is hosting an exhibition, Stormy Weather: Contemporary Landscape Photography, from November 5 until March 20 2011. Entry is free.
A selection of beautiful micrographic images from the Nikon International Small World Photomicrography Competition at The Big Picture.
I just want to post you a link from ABC Art Nation about the world famous photographer Douglas Kirkland.
I love his work and I wish to have meet so many talented people in my career as photographer…
To enjoy without moderation 😉
I noticed a flyer in the student lounge which advertised a photography market at the Box Hill town hall. The market is on this Sunday 19th September and goes from 9am to 1pm for those interested.
I’ve been flicking through a couple of ebooks by David duChemin over the last couple of days. I had downloaded them a while ago, but hadn’t really bothered with them until recently. Oddly enough, the first book I started reading, Ten More, deals with a number of things that Neil had touched upon in his first class and will most likely talk about further in future.
They are available for the iPad from the iTunes app store for $5.99 and for download as PDFs (US$5.00) from craftandvision.com. They’re not lengthy (around 30 or so pages) but for the price they’re well worth a look.
His blog is an interesting read too.