The last couple of years have been hard for some of us, but if you've found yourself starved for inspiration, perhaps all you had to do was look out of your back door. And with summer knocking, the reason to do that is even greater now, because you could get some bloomin' great shots right in your own garden!
The latest issue of Australian Camera offers great tips and tricks on garden photography, so pick up your copy now!
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What's inside the November/December 2021 issue
2022 Camera Magazine Imaging Awards: great gear you've got to have
Every year, Australian Camera, in association with Camera House, picks the top photography gear of the last 12 months. Grab your copy today to find out who the 2022 Camera Magazine Imaging Awards winners are!
Get into the garden: tips for bloomin' great photos
Whether its your own or one that's open to the public, gardens are packed with potential subjects for some great shots any time of year and in all weather conditions. And you don't need a whole lotta fancy gear to get started. Australian Camera's latest issue tells you how to get clicking.
First look: Canon EOS R3's secrets revealed
Canon teased us with tidbits about its latest sports shooter prior to launch, but now all is revealed and Australian Camera has the juicy details.
Fujifilm GFX50S II: medium format photography for full-frame money
Fujifilm continues to make its mirrorless medium format cameras more mainstream, but can its latest offering, also its most affordable to date, compete with the full-frame mirrorless marvels of today? Australian Camera puts it to the test.
Fall in love with the Nikon Z fc
Cameras can be as much about the emotional as the technical and Nikon is really tugging at the heartstrings with its retro-styled Z fc. Does its performance match its gorgeous good looks? Find out in this issue of Australian Camera.
Also in this issue
We find out how a Nikon classic – one that inspired the Z Fc – holds up after all these years, then put the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm f/4 Pro and the Samyang AF 12mm f/2 E lenses through their paces, and finally pack it all up to find out whether the Shimoda X50 photo backpack can carry the load any time, anywhere. There's a lot to unpack in the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine.
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Published since 1979, Australian Camera is the country's premier photography magazine for enthusiasts and hobbyists and, since 2010, has been a member of the prestigious Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) – a global group of photography magazines selected for their high standards of content, production and independence.
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