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Some amazing images, from the Guardian, a series entitled 'Eyewitness'

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[From Eyewitness: Under the skin | Science | guardian.co.uk]

Interestingly, they have 'pro tips' for aspiring photographers, helping to decipher and understand how to make better pictures.

Some amazing images, from the Guardian, a series entitled 'Eyewitness'

Screen shot 2010-04-04 at 8.13.34 AM
Uploaded with plasq's Skitch!
[From Eyewitness: Under the skin | Science | guardian.co.uk]

Interestingly, they have 'pro tips' for aspiring photographers, helping to decipher and understand how to make better pictures.

Some Great news for the festival created by Jeff Moorfoot

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale [BIFB] has just been accepted for membership into the Festival de la Luz or Festival of Light [FOL], a grouping of 32 festivals of photography worldwide, including some of the biggest and most important similar events on 5 continents. The announcement was made in Buenos Aires by FOL Director and Director General of the Argentina Festival ‘Enceuntros Abiertos’ Ms Elda Harrington.
Ballarat is the first Australian photography festival to be accepted as a member festival, following the hugely successful BIFB’09 in September, and membership gives recognition to the impact that such a young festival has already made on the international photography stage. The application for Ballarat to join was proposed by BIFB board member Senga Peckham at the FOL directors meeting in Paris in November, and was considered along with applications by festivals from Luxembourg and Turin by the directors of 15 festivals which make up the FOL executive. The BIFB received a unanimous 15 votes for admission while Luxembourg was also accepted as a new member with 13 votes.

[From BALLARAT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL JOINS WORLD GROUP @ free radical]

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