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InFocus is a new native iPad photography magazine, published by Custom Made Media Australia. Created and written by photographers, for photographers, InFocus offers tips and techniques to improve readers' knowledge and skills as well as interviews with Australia's top shooters, as well as regular reader competitions. Issue 2 is available right now as a free download from the Apple Newsstand.
Infocus Press Release
Meet Australia's newest photography magazine: InFocus Australasia.
InFocus is a native iPad magazine title, published by Custom Made Media Australia (CMMA) who publishes magazine titles including Inked, My Nikon life, Australian Home Technology, Charter and more. InFocus is released each month via Apple Newsstand and is totally FREE!
Created and written by photographers, for photographers, InFocus offers tonnes of tips and techniques to improve reader's knowledge and skills as well as interviews with the country's top shooters, in-depth information on the latest products and technology, as well as regular reader competitions. Issue 2 is available right now and features interviews with the AIPP's CEO Peter Myers and award-winning photographer Nadine Saacks, as well as our cover story on the convergence of stills and video, an in-depth story on the Canon 1Dc and 4K cameras, four tutorials and more.
About the editor: Ben Hosking brings over a decade’s experience in the magazine publishing industry to his role as editor of InFocus Australasia. Picking up his first SLR around the turn of the century, Ben has worked in almost every role available in the magazine business; from feature writer, to editor (including Street Commodores, Xtreme Holdens and others) and even publisher. These days you’re just as likely to find him pointing his 5D MkII at a muscle car or a heavy metal band as you are seeing him behind his desk.