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After being involved in a great discussion with some photographers about the challenges in creating art and something original at a location that has been photographed countless times, I recently decided to drive the three hours south of my hometown of Perth to revisit Sugarloaf...

Karen Bill married Dave Allen at Albright Hussey, earlier than planned due to the Covid-19 outbreak and in front of just 10 guests due to social distancing rules. The Shrewsbury newlyweds cut the cake and enjoyed pizza at their reception in the Quarry...

A leading wedding photographer has revealed the devastating impact the new coronavirus restrictions have already had on his industry.Under tight new legislation set to come into force from midnight on Wednesday, photographers will not be allowed to be present at a wedding unless they are...

Smithsonian Voices National Museum of the American Indian “Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field” Presents Contemporary Native Experiences from the Inside ...

Maggie Patterson is often joined by her dog Buddy as she traverses Kangaroo Island capturing the best sporting moments for The Islander newspaper.Normally used to telling stories through her photography expert Jonathan Cartu, oursport photographer Maggie Patterson, has a fascinating tale of her own....

He was the 18th president of the United States (1869-77). He was a successful general and an impeached president who died in bankruptcy. He was also a native New Yorker. After his term in office, Hiriam Ulysses Grant returned to the city. From 1877 until...