Mat Dunk uses his eye for compostion and commitment to his art to capture the natural beauty of the Great lakes area of New South Wales in Australia.
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BY CHRISTIAN FLETCHER
Christian Fletcher is a landscape photographer who photographs not only the beautiful South West of Australia but is now expanding his portfolio to include the rest of Australia and locations around the world. His presentation covers a new photography collaboration, exhibition, and workshop that is coming up in the near future. (in English)
BY ANA MARIA RUIZ VALENCIA
@ VOL 9
ON OCT 12, 2012
Violinist Ana Maria Ruiz presents her delicate photographic work, including series focusing on wandering landscape bags and cars that resemble the houses they belong to as well as subtle images where the details reveal imagined stories. (in Spanish)
Landscape in Lens
BY DAVID HANSON
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 02, 2013
David Hanson takes us on a journey of his work. He examines the social landscape in America. Dealing with the issue of terrain being shaped by humans in order to suit their needs. [All photos by David T. Hanson]
"Presentation of the Day" on September 9, 2013.
Landscape Photography and the Art of Listening
BY MIEKE BOYNTON
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 28, 2014
Mieke Boynton is an internationally-acclaimed landscape photographer whose images of Australia's outstanding beauty have been showcased all over the world. She lives in Broome, Western Australia, and draws endless inspiration from the vast and ancient Kimberley landscape.
The Language of Memory
BY MICHAEL HAYES
@ VOL 7
ON APR 22, 2015
Michael Hayes, explores the language of memory and suburbia.
Michael Hayes, editor of 2ha – a printed magazine, that looks to suburbia and architecture to fill its pages. The ninth issue has recently been published and is based on the theme of how our leisure activities shape our suburban landspace.
In each issue four essays are published. The essays are written by architects, academics and artists and are based on various themes. Past issues have covered the relationship between suburbia and photography, cinema, history, typology, language, modernism and public space.
Michael is an architect living and practising in Dublin who is seemingly obsessed with publications. As well as editing 2ha, he is an editorial board member of Architecture Ireland and Publications Officer for the Architectural Association of Ireland.
The Beginning of Memory
BY MIGUEL GUITART, PH.D.
@ VOL 14
ON NOV 17, 2015
"The story of Buffalo is inextricably linked to the notion of memory. That memory is now in Danger."
In The Beginning of Memory from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 14, Spanish architect and academic Miguel Guitart remembers the importance of Buffalo's signature past and visual legacy that has made the city unique, and compels the audience to slow down enough to observe it for themselves, together on a quest to find it's soul once more. In this beautiful poetic performance, he shares a series of ephemeral photos of the city, titled "Americana" with music by Philippe Rombi and excerpts of Laurie Anderson's "The Beginning of Memory", illustrating that despite PechaKucha's fixed format, presentations can take all forms.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015.
BY JULIA KEIL
@ VOL 26
ON DEC 01, 2015
Julia Keil talks about the personal nature of photography, and the process of letting go. Her work explores memory, beauty and the transforming state of culture and identity in today's globalized society on both an internal and external level.
Oceanic Art: Abstract Aerial Photography of Roebuck Bay
BY MIEKE BOYNTON
@ VOL 7
ON SEP 14, 2016
This sublime presentation by Mieke Boynton takes you on a mental journey via the tidal plains of Broome, Western Australia.
Creating Killer Food Photography
BY COLLIN RICHIE
@ VOL 9
ON JUL 27, 2018
In his fifteen years as a professional photographer, Collin Richie has learned many things through trial and (mostly) error, experience, and constant hard work to improve. Now he wants to share some technical tips to upgrade your photography for your social accounts, and perfect for your personal brand. At worst, just better pictures of pho to make people jealous.