Australian Camera magazine is Australia’s leading publication for both enthusiast photographers and amateurs who want to become more involved in their hobby. It was founded on the philosophy that photography should, before anything else, be fun.
Published since 1979, Australian Camera is dedicated to helping its readers obtain the maximum enjoyment from their photography by expanding their skills, techniques and vision. The magazine’s entertaining and informative style is designed to make advanced techniques and the latest imaging technologies both easier to understand and to put into practice. The magazine’s ‘real world’ approach to its editorial content helps amateur photographers get the most out of their equipment as well as achieving the satisfaction of mastering new skills. Camera’s test reports are particularly valued for their independence, comprehensive coverage and attention to accuracy.
Australian Camera’s editor, Paul Burrows, has 38 years of experience writing about photography, photographers, cameras and camera design, techniques and imaging technologies.
Since 2010, Australian Camera 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. Australian Camera is the only Australian photography magazine to have been invited to join TIPA. As a member of the Association’s Technical Committee, editor Paul Burrows helps oversee the annual running of the highly-respected TIPA World Awards for imaging product design.
Australian Camera is published six times yearly, with subscriptions also including the Australian Camera Handbook – an annual special issue combining the year's most popular reviews with exclusive new content.