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Articles and Essays
Featured Finalist: Peter Solness
Sandstone Ridge, looking north. 2009
Featured Finalist: Kris Baum
‘Stockholm Metro’ from Kris Baum’s Subterrania took out the People’s Choice Award for the 2013 Head Off Landscape Prize. See the full gallery of Head off Finalists here.
Featured Finalist: Stephen Corey
alpha waves, beta waves
My image in the 2013 Head On Portrait Prize is from my series alpha waves, beta waves.
Featured Finalist: KERRY PRYOR
Unseen is a finalist in the 2013 Head On Portrait Prize.
Unseen is from a series of photographs I took while documenting the work of an Australian non-profit foundation, Eyes for Africa.
Featured Finalist: Dallas Kilponen
Dallas Kilponen’s Head On Portrait Prize finalist image first ran on page one of the Sydney Morning Herald.
The portrait of Lynnie Plate and her twin sister Annie Trevillian was taken whilst on assignment in Oodnadatta for The Sydney Morning Herald during January's nationwide heatwave.
Featured Finalist: Jodi McConaghy
Jodi McConaghy’s ‘Phoebe’ is a finalist in the 2013 Head On Portrait Prize.
As a mum of two primary school aged boys, my working hours are limited. I have decided to pursue a career in newborn photography because I can shoot while my kids are at school and newborns are gorgeous.
Featured Finalist: Alice Blanch
Box Brownie Colour Panorama #10
Alice Blanch is a 2013 Head Off Landscape Prize finalist.
I took this photograph in Tasmania last year whilst I was studying my Honours in photography. It is from a larger, on-going body of work called Box Brownie Panoramas that is a series of unique and unconventional landscape photographs.
Featured Finalist: Paul Huntley
See the image at the 2013 Head Off Landscape Prize exhibition Paddington Reservoir Gardens until June 23.
Featured Finalist: Julie Sundberg
Jack 2012 is a 2013 finalist in the Head On Portrait Prize.
Featured Finalist: Zac Steinic
For a long time now I have been doing minimalist personal shoots (at least once a month between work commitments). I have found, that when you are left with almost no props, location, clothing, makeup, or hair styling to help the image, you are left with is the photography. It's a matter of practice, but it is also to keep myself honest at where my ability is.
FEATURED FINALIST: Wendy McDougall
'Mark O'Hare’ is on display as a finalist in the Head On Portrait Prize at the State Library of NSW until June 23.
My photo is from a series I made of my boyfriend during his experience of a surgical procedure and recovery.