With so many of us back in lockdown, it's understandable that making creative juices flow is hard. One way to keep your mind occupied with photography is to go through your old collections, sort through them, perhaps edit them, and make backups if necessary.
And picking up a copy of the latest issue of Australian Camera will help you with this as you have the chance to win a 4TB Toshiba Canvio Flex portable hard drive! All the details on how you can win can be found within the pages of the magazine, so grab your copy now!
If you can't get to your local newsagent, you can subscribe to have the magazine delivered to your door or get yourself a digital edition – find out how below.
What's inside the September/October 2021 issue
Rob Irwin's top tips for great wildlife photos
The son of Australia's much-loved wildlife expert, the late Steve Irwin, speaks to Australian Camera about his passion for nature, and how he uses photography to highlight the issues facing several animal species. He also shares some tips to taking better wildlife pics.
This is the story of two brothers who, as teenagers back in the mid-1960s, roamed New South Wales to photograph the final years of the steam locomotive. Their massive collection of black-and-white images have yielded five photography books so far, with at least another two to come.
Local talents: Sony Alpha Awards 2021 winners
Take a gander and find some inspiration in the winning images of the homegrown version of this international photo comp, with winners from both Australia and New Zealand.
The DSLR user's guide to buying a mirrorless camera
It's fair to say the DSLR is on its last legs, but making the switch to mirrorless doesn't have to be a painful process. Australian Camera explains how to move over without making too many sacrifices.
Plus lots more
Whether it's news on the latest gear or putting some of the recent photography products to the test, there's a lot more within the pages of the latest issue of Australian Camera. Plus, find out how you can win one of five 4TB Toshiba Canvio Flex portable hard drives.
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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.
The magazine is published six times a year (or bi-monthly), with the subscription also including an annual special issue called the Australian Camera Handbook. This offers a look into the year's most popular reviews and includes exclusive new content as well.
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