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Top shots January – February 2015

January- Ian Robertson This image of a New Zealand native Tui, its plumage beautifully captured with a gentle, yet scientifically detached approach, was part of a larger series Wellington photographer Ian Robertson shot of NZ natives. Ian is not the kind of photographer who takes these things lightly- he cares enormously for the environment and the

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Christian Mushenko, Sydney

Top Shots November & December 2014

As strange as it may seem, in November I edited numerous print folios on beds and sofas in Hong Kong hotel rooms, in time for the CA+ review event. I’m pleased to report that all the folios were well received with some creatives and photographers continuing discussions and at least one photographer finding a new

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Top folio shots 2014: September and October

September and October saw work from factories to near extinct wildlife cross my desk. From crazy studio fashion shoots in Melbourne to car racing in Salt Lake City, Utah. Beaches from Adelaide to Nelson and beyond. Way way beyond. But I was particularly in love with the two I chose as they were both personal shots,

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Top folio shots 2014: July and August

July and August were busy editing months this year, so to catch up on some belated posts I’ve rolled some highlights together. There were a few stand out shots over this period, as there always are, so here is some Southern Hemisphere eye candy (with a slice of the tropics). Wendy Brandon, Wellington I am thrilled to introduce

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Interview #1- Kelly Pon, CD of BBH Shanghai

Last year I interviewed a series of creative directors and art buyers based at top ad agencies in Asia. I wanted to understand from their perspective how they chose photographers for jobs, how much influence their clients and teams had, and what kind of photography was inspiring them. I first met the lovely Kelly Pon when she

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Top folio shot 2014: May

Zoe’s shots intrigue me. She has a way of sorting the higgledy-pigglediness of urban sprawl, jumbles of roads, clusters of buildings, and even everyday objects, into an orderly pattern. You know those infinitely patient people who can calmly pick out a tight knot in a delicate chain necklace, or unravel a bundle of wool? Well, I think

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5 Reasons to Throw out Your Babies

Recently I heard the good news that yet another of my clients won the top prize in a photographic competition. What’s great is that he won it for a shot he took for a dream client, shooting the kind of job he would shoot even if he weren’t paid. Only he was. And on top of

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