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Jul 29

#261. Menu envy. Not.

By Paul Perton | Opinion

Many pundits flesh out their reviews with (usually) lengthy and often caustic gripes about interfaces – the way the camera communicates with you and how easy it is to set, or change a specific function. Read any Web review. There’s always a section on the menus and how hard (usually) or easy (rarely) it is […]

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Jul 28

#260. Australian Wilderness: Tasmania’s Central Highlands

By Philip Partridge | Travel Photography

The Tasmanian central highlands region encompasses a vast tract of pristine wilderness, including the country’s most visited bushwalking destination – the Overland Track, stretching from Cradle Mountain in the north to Lake St. Clair at the southern end. Despite its popularity with overseas adventure tourists, the northern end of the park features many easily accessed […]

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Jun 26

#249. Packing for Perth(shire)

By Paul Perton | Opinion

Holiday time looms. We’ll also be attending two weddings while we’re there, so a couple of weeks before leaving for Europe, it’s time to start my usual agonising game about what camera kit to pack. The Nikon option is usually a D800 and 14-24, 24-70 and 80-200 zooms, with either a spare body, or perhaps […]

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Jun 20

#246. Shooting the tide

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Full moon was last week, but the tides down here on the Southern Tip have been pretty impressive for the last few days. Yesterday afternoon, there were some big rollers coming in from the South Atlantic – time for some wave shots.     Our particular stretch of coast is pretty rugged, with little beach […]

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