The post-Sino Promise future of Kodak chemistry is beginning to become clearer with a new entity, Michigan-based Photo Systems, announcing a new deal to manufacture… Read more
Epson Australia has announced the SureColor V1060 A4 UV desktop printer, its first-ever UV-compatible machine. It will be a great addition to the toolkit for… Read more
Herald Sun photographer, Jake Nowakowski, has won the Nikon-Walkley Press Photographer of the Year award for a ‘varied and well-edited portfolio’ of 10 images. Nowakowki’s… Read more
The tenth Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) has concluded its two month city takeover, offering an unbeatable format that provides attendees a great reason to visit the historic Victorian city.
And to be clear, there are not many reasons to visit Ballarat on the edge of winter. This time of year Victorians are either in hibernation, making a pilgrimage north to warmer pastures, or spending a fortune on an European summer holiday. Ballarat - a city seemingly plagued with a cold, wet and windy microclimate – is no winter wonderland. Yet once every two years BIFB presents a great excuse for a voyage, whether that's a day trip or a weekend. Read more