Canon Shine Photography Contest: we interviewed the winner

Milo Sumner Contributor

By Milo Sumner in New Photography on Friday 1 August 2014

This year Canon asked Australian photographers, amateur and professional alike, to submit images that focused on what they were passionate about. The idea was that a truly poignant image can really change the way people think and talk about a problem.

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Canon Shine: a showcase of inspiring photography

Lost At E Minor Contributor

Presented by LostAtEMinor_BTYB_Canon

By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Wednesday 23 April 2014

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Earlier this week we showcased some beautiful images from some our favourite local photographers. It’s all part of a new collaborative project (#CanonShine) that celebrates images with a very personal meaning behind them. And you can be a part of it, too. Canon Shine invites amateur and professional photographers to submit a photo to the #CanonShine platform that really captures something important in their world.

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Aussie photographers Shine a Light on What Matters Most to Them

Lost At E Minor Contributor

By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Wednesday 16 April 2014

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They say ‘an image has the power to change the world’, and we know that better than most. Over the course of the past nine years, we’ve run 73,262 images on Lost At E Minor. 73,262! That’s a lot of power we’ve unleashed on the world. So we’re pleased to have partnered up with our friends at Canon to present a collaborative project (#CanonShine) that celebrates the ‘deeper meaning‘ of images. [Photo above by Shine A Light Canon Master, Mike Langford]

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Paper Moon photo series by Jenny Von Sommers

Matt Walford Reader Find

By Matt Walford in New Photography on Wednesday 19 October 2011

Paper Moon is the name of a series of photographs by Australian photographer Jenny Von Sommers. Long-obsessed with the solar system, she set about creating a beautifully lo-fi set of planets made out of paper, upholstery, garden ornaments and habitat lamps. I think the results speak for themselves. STUNNING!

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Scott Rudd

The Shivers Reader Find

By The Shivers in New Photography on Tuesday 5 July 2011

Scott Rudd is an amazing photographer and musician in Brooklyn, NY. He grew up in Australia and in Vancouver, BC. He’s a personal friend of ours.

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Ben Clement

Contributions Reader Find

By Juanita Ward in New Photography on Wednesday 8 September 2010

Since arriving in Melbourne earlier this year, Ben Clement has continued the work he had started six years ago in his hometown of Gisborne, New Zealand. Over the past few years, Clement has made a name for himself shooting metal, hardcore and alternative bands, whilst also contributing to publications such as Alternative Press, No Heroes […]

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Thom Kerr

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Wednesday 14 April 2010

Thom Kerr is one of Australia’s most exciting fashion and advertising photographers, having exhibited in Japan, Italy, and New Zealand. In 2008, he was featured on the hit reality television show Germany’s Next Top Model.

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Jacob Ring’s double-exposed photography

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Photography on Thursday 17 September 2009

I really like the work of Sydney-based photographer Jacob Ring, whose latest series focuses on spontaneous double exposed street shots.

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