Readers have supported Australian Photography magazine for 60 years because it has provided them with relevant, clearly written advice, and offered them a forum to show their images in print, while letting them see inspiring and carefully crafted images from some of the best professional shooters in the business.
Australian Photography is this country's longest established magazine for imaging enthusiasts. It caters to a wide range of readers from beginners new to the world of digital imaging, right through to experienced amateurs needing to update their skills or learn about the latest technology in the field.
Throughout its long history it has been at the forefront of developments in camera technology, but it has also aimed to explain to amateur enthusiasts in clear and concise language how they can improve their picture-taking abilities over a wide range of subjects. Specific areas that Australian Photography covers extensively include landscape shooting, travel, portraiture, and weddings, but the magazine also aims to inform readers about the burgeoning field of digital photography and all its associated peripherals. As well as covering practical topics extensively Australian Photography runs interviews (and seeks tips from) some of the top commercial photographers both in this country and overseas.
The magazine also runs a series of regular interactive columns, including our popular Question & Answer column, and Australia's first (and still most widely supported) reader's images assessment column, Image Doctor. Australian Photography is vital reading for any photography enthusiast, no matter what their level of experience, because it helps them to improve in their favourite pastime.