While some of the lockdown restrictions have been lifted, many of us would still be more comfortable staying indoors for the foreseeable future so we don't put others at risk of the coronavirus pandemic. So if you still find yourself with extra hours in the day that you'd like to put to good use – and it doesn't involve bingeing on Netflix shows or completing old DIY projects – then we might have something for you.
Photographers of all skill levels can find excellent company in Australia's premier photography magazines, with plenty of news, reviews and tips in both ProPhoto and Australian Camera.
There's hours of reading material in each, showcasing the best there is in the photography world, with reviews of the latest kits, awards and the best advice to improve your shooting skills.
Find out how to compose your images for the most pleasing effect or learn how to capture beautiful portraits of your pets – there's something for everyone in ProPhoto and Australian Camera.
Advanced photographers can find the digital editions of ProPhoto on Zinio right here; beginners and enthusiasts will discover Australian Camera caters to their needs perfect, with digital editions also available on Zinio here.
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The latest issue of ProPhoto takes a look what Sony has done with the Alpha A9 II to stay ahead of the pro sports photography game. Plus, there's in-depth reviews of Leica's latest high-res camera and an affordable photo-editing monitor from BenQ. We also reveal who the winners of the 2020 TIPA World Awards are and share the top images from the Professional category of the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.
Digital editions of ProPhoto are available on Zinio right now.
Australian Camera's newest issue lists all the winners of the 2020 TIPA World Awards, so you can get a lowdown on the best photography gear currently available. Find inspiration from the top images that won the National Awards at the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards, or learn how to take outstanding portraits of your pets. Three topnotch cameras have also been tested and we've got the results for you inside the unmissable May/June 2020 issue.
Australian Camera is available to read digitally on Zinio right now.