As social media platforms continue to evolve faster than developers can create new apps, we explore how Instagram – a relative veteran – continues to be a powerful and democratising tool for photographers and artists.
Todd Clare is a landscape photographer from Byron Bay Australia. His works are still, deep and as vivid as the lands they’re captured in. Dance through the desert and volcanic island with a visual essay accompanying Todd’s travel diaries
There's currently a greater demand for photography than ever before. But with endless competing photographers and routes to take, knowing where to hunt for your first client is a challenge. We've taken a brief look at new and tried-and-tested ways to secure your first paycheque.
Hudson Brown uncovers the story behind the smallest film company in the world. Film Washi was born in the bedroom closet of Frenchman Lomig Perrotin and has grown to offer a range of unique handmade films to the world.
Internet-based photographer Max D'orsogna spent a summer lifting up the clichéd veil over Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers of NSW in this photo series, The Rainbow Region. An ode to the impossible in-between.
Alexey Vasilyev lives in one of the coldest cities in the world in Yakutia, Russia. He makes photographs as a way to keep his mind healthy and to document his home town and the people who live there. Beautiful, just the way they are.
Welcome to Twelve Frames With Dave Thew. Featuring a beaut white Troopy, a beaut hand shaped longboard and an ever trustworthy Nikonos V. No points for guessing Dave is a surf photographer from Byron Bay.
There's nothing instant about The Rescued Film Project and their work. Developing film that has been lost for decades and bringing forgotten memories to life is a slow and delicate practice planted firmly in another time.