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You don’t need to be a professional photographer with fancy equipment to take great snaps of your friends, family and pets.
America has long been seen as The Promised Land, and it certainly has been for photographers. But life hasn’t been easy for camera clickers Down Under.
Up and coming Australian photographers seem increasingly intrigued by the old ways of the darkroom, film and processing. But those who endured the older ways have happily moved on…
Melbourne photographer Ian Kenins likens street photography to a frustrating, exciting, confusing, disappointing and victorious night out at the Pokies.
Committed to removing the mystery from photography, Ian Kenins decodes the technical mumbo-jumbo behind the photographs featured in A Snapshot of Melbourne, now available in Melbourne bookshops.