Have you ever considered using your children’s toys to create interesting pictures? You should, because even small things like action figures can help you unleash a whole lot of creativity. All you need is a few extra little things you can get at your local supermarket and you’re only limited by your imagination. Find out more from Australian photographer Dallian Macadam in the latest issue of Australian camera magazine.
That’s not all: If you’re just starting out in the world of photography, you’ll want to pick up a copy of issue 421 of Australian Camera as we reveal what you can do to improve your compositions and make the viewer do a double take roof.
There’s much more in the pages of Australian Camera’s latest issue, which is out now. So head over to your local kiosk or grab a digital copy online. Details on how to get your hands on this inevitable problem are below.
Inside Australian Camera magazine issue #421
Has Canon done enough with the Mark II EOS R6?
Australian Camera magazine editor Paul Burrows put the new version of the popular EOS R6 to the test to find out. Pick up a copy of the magazine to learn more.
Bring them alive!
Australian photographer Dallian Macadam talks about how he rediscovered his passion for photography during lockdown by photographing toys. Yes, small action figures can make for some great shots. See how Dallian does it in Australian Camera issue 421.
Special feature: Unlock the secrets of composition
Remember a few basic principles of composition and you can really create some very eye-catching images. They all use how people see things, and leveraging them can draw attention to your work.
On trial: OM System OM-5
Something old, something new. But has the newly established OM System confused the matter with the first camera to wear its badge? Find out how the OM System OM-5 stacks up against the glorious history of Olympus OM-D cameras.
Competition: 2023 World Photography Awards – National winners
Sponsored by Sony, the World Photography Awards is one of the most prestigious global photography competitions. New countries and territories were added this year to the first round winners, and you can view a selection of the winning images if you’re looking for inspiration.
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