Reports of the death of film have been greatly exaggerated.
The six things I learned keeping a photo diary
It’s easy – and you should keep one too.
The Jewel of the Inner West
Known as the “Jewell of the Inner West”, Callan Park boasts over 60 hectares of beautiful garden landscapes, harbour views, heritage-listed buildings, and parklands with more tree varieties than New York’s Central Park.
Small Town Vibes, Big City Taste
Exploring the community of Adelaide’s deep passion for good-quality food and produce.
Photography: After the winter solstice
Pravati Panigrahi and Dianna Munzer capture the atmosphere of the Ultimo TAFE campus in winter.
Landscapes of Conflict: Interview with Photojournalist Peter Morgan
Peter Morgan is a photographer and journalist from Sydney, Australia. He has documented his experiences in conflict zones in the Middle East through his photography. Fellow TAFE student Erin Grant interviews Peter Morgan about the photos that mean the most to him, and the incredible stories behind them. In 2016, you were doing human rights […]
Episode 5 – Foto PhreakZ Show Notes
By Rob Nyffenegger Editor’s Note: Sadly this is the last in the Foto PhreakZ series. Keep following Rob’s work on his website, Rob Nyffenegger Photography. Episode 5 – Photographic Triangle What is the photographic Triangle? There are three basic settings on which photography is based. These are: ISO, aperture and shutter speed. Each one has […]
Episode 4 – Foto PhreakZ Show Notes
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 […]
Review: Australian Vernacular Photography
BY CONSTANZA AHUMADA AND STEPHANIE ATHANASSIOU To be able to travel back in time seems only reachable through our dreams and imagination. The 1960s – 2000s was a time of classic humid weather, striving revolutionists and outback civilisation. To be able to understand the deeper meaning of the common slang “g’day mate”, the Australian Vernacular […]
14 Days in Photos
JOEL CRONAN documents 14 days of his TAFE holidays, which he mostly spent at home. Click on the arrows bottom right of the slideshow below to see his photographs full screen.