Ted's Blog

"Photography is made essentially of time. I often think that what we show is a point in time, more than a window onto space."
Frank Horvat

Born on April 28th 1928, in Abbazia, Italy (now Opatija, Croatia). At the tender age of 15, Frank Horvat swapped his postage stamp collection for a 35mm Retinamat camera and never looked back. He is now 88 years old and still pushing the boundaries of photography, embracing new mediums and processes, while exhibiting in galleries, online and via his iPad App. He is truly an inspiration for all photographers young and old. ...  Read More

This Monday across Australia, NZ & the world, we will commemorate ANZAC Day & pay our respects to the men & women of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.
ANZAC Day is known as one of Australia’s most sacred national memorials. April 25th is a day of remembrance, observed in two separate ceremonies. The "Dawn Service" in memory of the ANZAC's first landing and then, the marches which take place through the country’s major cities and in many smaller centres.
In these ways, Anzac Day is a time at which Australians & New Zealanders reflect on the many different meanings of war. ...  Read More

Andrew Peacock's latest exhibition "Call of the Wild" is part of the Sydney HeadOn Festival, and opens on the 29 April 2016, running until the 31st of May.

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The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, as a wise man once said... "Winter is coming" But that doesn't mean you have to hibernate, cold weather opens up a world of photographic possibilities that summer denies us. ...  Read More
It was a very difficult task selecting one winner from over 300 written responses to the Ted’s Cameras “Andrew Peacock One-on-One” competition but in the end I chose young scientist Chris Freelance to accompany me on a balloon flight over Melbourne with the excellent team at “Picture This Ballooning”. ...  Read More