Ever wondered what it takes to make an action-packed documentary? The unmissable Jan/Feb 2022 issue of Australian Camera tells you how, so grab your copy now!
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What's inside the January/February 2022 issue
Action packed: going to extremes to shoot an adventure documentary
Matt Gilsenan's adventure photography has been featured in Australian Camera before, but this time he's been on a nine-year adventure with long-time friend Blake Thornton to film extreme sports around the world. It's all captured in Chase That Feeling, a documentary for any adrenalin junkie, and we speak to the filmmakers in an exclusive interview.
50 years of Canon vs Nikon rivalry in pro cameras
As a new era of Canon and Nikon strutting their stuff with pro-level camera begins, we look back at where it all started and the many subsequent head-to-heads over the last five decades that have got us to the EOS R3 and the Z 9 facing up for yet another round.
Up to speed: the sensational Nikon Z 9 and Canon EOS R3 tested
The 50-year rivalry now culminates on this – the first ever full-frame mirrorless pro-level sports cameras from both camera makers and we've put them both through their paces. Which one gets past the finish line first?
Building works: Architectural Photography Awards 2021 winners
Architecture might be one of the more challenging fields of photography, but some have clearly mastered the art. Take a look at the winning images from the 2021 edition of the Architectural Photography Awards for some inspiration.
Also in this issue
Find out how an entry-level Fujica 35mm SLR proved to be a great learning tool for the editor of Australian Camera when he was a teenager. Plus, more news and reviews of the latest gear... all in the unmissable Jan/Feb 2022 issue of Australian Camera.
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