Photography on The Move

Published in The Age July 2010 One of the distinctive characteristics of photography is that it freezes time. The photographer chooses one moment among many and shows us what the world looks like with the pause button on.   This visual quirk has become interesting in its own right. Cartier Bresson coined the phrase ‘The […]

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Just Picture the Future

Originally published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald Feb 2013   I have just spent the day photographing an important news story. I have filled a 16GB card and have just put it in a card reader. I start uploading them, although they are not saving to my local computer but into a secure […]

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Snapshots Over Time

Published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald July 2009 The demise of Kodachrome film has sparked a wave of melancholy and regret that the finer analog days of photography have been usurped by an inferior, tacky replacement. People talk in reverential tones about the romance of the darkroom, the magical way a print appears […]

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