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V75 Issue 4

ProPhoto magazine is the professional photographer's trusted resource in a world of rapidly changing digital imaging and multi-media technologies. Every issue features stunning portfolios, equipment evaluations, exhibition details, photographer profiles, advanced techniques and product guides.

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twenty-twenty vision

In the good old days – and, in fact, up until quite recently really – you decided on a camera system and stuck with it, upgrading bodies when needed and adding new lenses when needed. Once in a while, the camera-maker would spring a change of lens mount on you, but it was rare for this to be a completely new fitting. Canon’s switch from the manual-focus FD to the autofocus and fully-electronic EF in 1987 was probably one of the most momentous, but Nikon made the same transition essentially by stealth so there was much more time to adjust, especially financially. Now, if you’re still shooting with D-SLRs – and lots of you are – there’s going to be some big decisions to be made, and in the not-too-distant future.…

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imaging products & processes

Panasonic Reveals Full Lumix S1H Details Panasonic’s third Lumix S series mirrorless camera body – which was first revealed back in May this year – is primarily targeted at cinematographers and has just gone on sale in Australia. It’s packed with high-end video features, optimising its dedicated full-35mm format sensor. The Lumix DC-S1H is the world’s first full-35mm format mirrorless camera capable of recording 6K/24p video in the 3:2 aspect ratio. It’s also the first to record 5.9K/30p video in the 16:9 aspect ratio, plus 10-bit 4K in both the UHD and DCI resolutions at either 60 fps or 50 fps. The higher resolutions are achieved by using the full width of an all-new CMOS sensor with an effective resolution of 24.2 megapixels (so not the same devices as is used in the…

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exhibitions – events – workshops – seminars

Current to 21 January 2020: Exhibition. Turning Points – Contemporary Photography From China. Photographs from the turning point of the 20th and 21st centuries which examine identity, traditional culture, and the rapidly changing face of Chinese cities. At Level 1, NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3000. Gallery hours are 10.00am to 5.00pm daily. Admission is free. For more information telephone (03) 8620 2222 or visit www.ngv.vic.gov.au Current to 2 February 2020: Exhibition. Civilization – The Way We Live Now. Works from, over 100 contemporary photographers from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe, documenting the impacts and influences of globilisation. At Ground Level, NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3000. Gallery hours are 10.00am to 5.00pm daily. Ticketed entry. For more information telephone (03) 8620 2222…

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2019 aipp australian professional photography awards

Tasmanian photographer Matt Palmer is the 2019 Australian Professional Photographer Of The Year, following the running of the annual Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPAs). Matt – who is based in Geilston Bay near Hobart – is a passionate environmentalist and he won with a powerful portfolio of four landscape images which depict the impact of climate change on the environment. Organised by the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP), the APPAs are the most prestigious – and rigorous – competition for professional photographers, with submitted portfolios judged by panels of Australia’s leading photographers in each of the categories. This year’s competition attracted a total of 1647 entries and, based on point scores, 668 were awarded silvers, 268 were awarded silver distinctions, 107 were awarded a gold and 14 were awarded a…

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the 2019 aipp australian professional photography awards winners:

MATT PALMER 2019 AIPP Australian Professional Photographer Of The Year GAVIN JOWITT 2019 AIPP Australian Commercial Photographer Of The Year MICK PORTER 2019 Australian Documentary Photographer Of The Year NAOMI REITER 2019 AIPP Australian Family Photographer Of The Year CHARMAINE HEYER 2019 AIPP Australian Illustrative Photographer Of The Year MATT PALMER 2019 AIPP Australian Landscape Photographer Of The Year PETER EASTWAY 2019 AIPP Australian Nature Photographer Of The Year JODIE ANDREWS 2019 AIPP Australian Newborn Photographer Of The Year BELINDA RICHARDS 2019 AIPP Australian Pet/Animal Photographer Of The Year DAMIEN BOWERMAN 2019 AIPP Australian Portrait Photographer Of The Year ANDREW MCCONACHY 2019 AIPP Australian Travel Photographer Of The Year PAUL MCCALL 2019 AIPP Australian Wedding Photographer Of The Year PETER ROSSI 2019 AIPP Australian Creative Photographer Of The Year TREVOR FOON 2019 AIPP Australian Alternative Process Photographer Of The Year BARBARA BROWN 2019 AIPP Australian Emerging Photographer Of The Year SCOTT DIXON 2019 AIPP Australian Student Photographer Of The Year ERIC RONALD 2019…

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sigma and the art of making fine lenses

Sigma Art Lenses In Sony FE Mount SO FAR, 11 of Sigma’s much-awarded and much-acclaimed Art series lenses are now available in the full-frame version of Sony E-mount. Sigma’s Art line lenses boast a very high level of quality and performance – both physically and optically – which has seen them compared favourably with products from both Leica and Zeiss. The 11 Art line primes in the FE mount cover 14mm to 135mm. Importantly, Sigma has obtained a licensing agreement with Sony which means the E-mount Art lenses are fully compatible with all the A7 and A9 series full-frame mirrorless cameras, including the ‘Fast Hybrid AF’ continuous autofocusing mode, the in-body image stabilisation, and in-camera lens corrections – for peripheral illumination (vignetting), chromatic aberrations and distortion. Available at selected camera retailers around Australia,…

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