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Archive for November, 2011

The Bells, the Bells!

Federation Bells is an instillation in Birrarung Marr in Melbourne that is made up of 39 upturned bells. It was designed and built in 2001 by Anton Hasell and Neil McLachlan as part of the centenary celebrations for Australia’s Federation and unlike many questionable pieces of “modern art” this one actually has a use, given that the […]

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What are photos worth?

The photograph in question. Incidentally Gursky will not receive a penny from the sale of his image as it was sold from one collector to another. I’ve written before about the value of photography, but finding out that Andreas Gursky’s photograph, “Rhein II” (above) has just been sold for $4.3 million at Christies has caused me […]

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Phillip Island

Went for a short trip to Phillip Island recently with great plans to shoot some coastal scenes in beautiful light. The coastal scenes were there, not so much the beautiful light. The weather stayed gray and wet for most of the time, except for a few short breaks, and not the cool, stormy, dramatic kind […]

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PhotoShelter Loves You!

The good folk at PhotoShelter are offering up yet more great photo business advice. Apart from offering a image storage and website solution for photographers, these guys produce e-books by the dozen and run a great blog that often includes webinars featuring art directors, photographers and people in the photography and publishing industries that provide some useful […]

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