If you can remember life before Instagram (come on, it’s not that hard), you’ll probably have memories of flimsy point-and-click cameras, maybe those disposable ones if you were on holiday. And you’ve probably heard of those boxy cameras your Grandma’s generation used to use, too. Now there’s an exhibition digging right into the heart of Aussie photography and it’s taking place right in Sydney’s backyard.
Over the past few months, we’ve showcased some of the beautiful images taken by local amateur and professional photographers alike and uploaded to the collaborative platform #CanonShine, which celebrates photos with a very personal meaning behind them. We’re now pleased to be able to present the top 50 most voted images, all of which capture […]
All you photographers out there, take note: there are still 24 days left for you to submit your imagery to the #CanonShine platform, a project that celebrates images with a very personal meaning behind them. We’ve been featuring some of our favourite entries over the past few weeks, spotlighting work that is both inspiring and memorable. [upload your photo to the #CanonShine platform here]
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.
Hoops is a photographic series and an ongoing project that I started over a year ago. Wanting to move away from mainstream editorial sport photography, I decided to combine sports with landscapes, which lead me to notice the Basketball Hoops found in suburban homes and how they intervene with the architecture.
Australian artist Polixeni Papapetrou subscribes to a poetic narrative photography where her constructed tableaux, linked to her own childhood, refer to a dream world and represents the whole theatricality of life.