By @hannahdunlop Most evenings, Sam Jones passed through a supermarket on the way back to his flat after work. Despite begin raised by two food-loving parents, Sam was not known for any cooking ability. In fact, he was know for the opposite; once setting fire to his curtains at ten o’clock in the evening when […]
Written by Rob Nyffenegger Episode 4 – Lens Types Although lens selection for mobile devices is a fairly limited affair, it is still useful to understand what type of lenses there are available and their uses. And if you decide to go with a larger camera option over a mobile in the future, then you […]
Starting out: The Gear Article by Rob Nyffenegger Getting into mobile photography, journalism or combining the two is interesting, exciting but can leave you wondering about what kind of gear you need to get the job done. What is essential and what is a nice to have? Well, that really depends on a few factors. […]
File handling and archiving your photo data. Article by Rob Nyffenegger Digital does not exist – A big point to note with digital imagery is that it does not exist until it takes on physical form. The digital information can easily be lost, corrupted or an original saved over into a thumbnail sized file – […]
By Piaoqi Yu Recent research shows that Casimir Pulaski, who is one of the most famous generals in American Revolutionary War, has been identified to be intersex through DNA tests. Pulaski was known as the “Father of the American Cavalry”, but new evidence suggests that the general may not have been male even though he […]
Two views of Chinatown’s Covent Garden Hotel. Swipe to see the former hotel corner in 1871, and the same corner – with a different building – in 2019. Juxtapose by Gemma Davis, 2019 photo by Kitty McIntosh. Featured image: Danny H./Pixabay/CC
Ilan Harris asked some #humansofTAFE their tips for finding happiness. Featured image by Pixabay.
Heather Middleton tells Rob Nyffenegger about the labyrinth, an ancient therapy and meditation practice becoming more popular in Australia. (Spoiler: a labyrinth is NOT a maze …) Featured image by pxhere.com
What is Harmony Week? Certificate 4 journalism student Piaoqi Lyu spoke with Deb Smith, from the TAFE Student Association in Ultimo, about celebrating and embracing difference.
Jack Marx is a journalist and author, well-known for his Walkley Award-winning story ‘I was Russell Crowe’s stooge‘, and a controversial biography of legendary muso Stevie Wright. Q&A by Dylan Berg.