Anyone within a very large radius of Wentworth, should keep an eye out for a light single engined Cessna plane. It took off from Wentworth on Monday at about 10am and hasn’t been seen since. If you’ve seen anything that might be shed light on the where abouts of the missing plane and its pilot, [...]
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Now that’s something I haven’t ever come across, but a bride near Albury came close to being toast. Read more at ABC Online here.
Thanks to Tom Klein over at O-Line Video for posting a compilation of storm and flood videos from the recent district weather events. We sometimes forget the significance of these news cameramen and their still photography counterparts. out in all sorts of weather day and night. Even on occasions risking their own safety to record [...]
I guess only a photographer could drive around a corner, see fire trucks, council workers pumping flood waters from around homes and think to himself…. That looks so beautiful. I bet the people with flooded homes didn’t think so. Fairly sure the CFA crews had better things to do, and my mate on the stop [...]
For making the front page of the Sunraysia Daily and for being short listed as a finalist in the Camberra National Portrait Prize. Good to see photographers creating images of real substance being recognized for their efforts. However, I felt the papers headline “Happy Snapper” belittled the skill and effort obviously required on Rhett’s behalf [...]
Is it just me or is there something a bit fishy going on over this Wikileaks affair. Is it just coincidence that just before the release of secret diplomacy documents, that make some of our world leaders look just a tad silly, the man fronting the leaking organization turns into a wanted criminal? Interpol are [...]
Geoff Strong has an interesting piece in today’s Age Online about the erosion of rights of photographers and ordinary citizens to take photographs in public places. Doesn’t seem to be a big deal, unless you look at some of the places that are now considered off limits. Many beaches are included in, supposedly because we [...]
Something we hadn’t thought of until it was pointed out to us during the past week. Some people are concerned that if we take their pictures, they’re going to end up on the internet. The truth is very few of the photo sessions we shoot ever end up on any of our web sites. And [...]
The Age Online has an interesting article today about conservation framing. For a long time I’ve been amazed at the number of people who are working as framers who simply don’t have a clue about the keeping qualities of the materials they use. Seems this doesn’t just apply to little backyard framers in small country [...]
A number of sources we follow on Twitter are reporting a whole lot of really nasty stuff going on. There is a graphic report from Nick Nostitz from inside the killing zone in Bangkok. A first hand account of the situation posted today. Nick’s report with photos here.