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Photo 2021: Struth!

There was some reluctance driving away from Inside Imaging HQ on Sunday to visit Melbourne's Photo 2021. For the last taste of summer, the weather gods delivered an uncharacteristically balmy day with Victoria's west coast looking pristine and delivering up a glassy two-metre-plus swell.

But there was a job to do, an enjoyable task that's not ordinarily onerous: attend a photo festival and leave with enough ideas and insight to provide a decent review. This turned out to be almost unachievable.

Clowns upvote AIPP moves

Some clown - or perhaps a whole troupe of clowns - who have an interest in promoting the controversial changes at the AIPP have decided to corrupt the results of our latest Poll which asked: Will the AIPP's new structural changes benefit the Australian professional photographic community?

REVIEW: Canon Pixma Pro-200

A dye-based A3+ inkjet printer with a small footprint that is currently the most economical to run in its class. It's a significant improvement on the PRO-100 model it replaces; more compact, better designed and easier to operate.

AIPP: Who’s at the helm?

Something is happening at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). There is currently no one in the top leadership position!

The AIPP has announced a National Board re-structure consisting of new roles, the most noteworthy being replacing the President with a Chair. This means AIPP President, Louise Bagger, is stepping down from the now redundant role, with an incoming Chair yet to be announced.