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Point and Shoot #5 - What lens or focal length should I use
From the blog series 'Point and Shoot' by Museum photographers Carl Bento and James King
Point and shoot #1 - Seeing is Believing
Museum photographers Carl Bento and James King on the power and practice of photography. This week, seeing is believing...
Incredible Photographs From the Archives: Negative No.106
A blog series investigating stories and images from the earliest collection of photographs in the Museum's history.
Museum Photography and the 19th Century Instagram
The Museum's eye-catching series of Gerard Krefft and Manta alfredi images are about to make their debut at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Beran Collection Pacific Photographs
Prints of photographs taken between 1890 and 1910 in the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and Australia.
Harry Burrell Glass Plate Negative Collection
Harry (Henry J) Burrell was keen photographer, and this collection documents his wide interest in Australian native fauna.
Walter Lawry Waterhouse Photograph Collection
A collection of glass plate negatives created by WL Waterhouse during his time with the Methodist Mission School at Davuilevu, Fiji, between 1906 and 1908.
Frank Hurley Photograph Collection
Over 1000 images created by the professional photographer and film maker Frank Hurley in Papua New Guinea from 1921 to 1923.
Charles Marshall Papua New Guinea Photographs
A large collection of exploration and mining images taken by Charles Marshall and Mick Leahy in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea between 1927 and 1936.
Reverend George Brown Pacific Islands Photographs
Over 900 glass plate negatives taken by George Brown during his work for the Methodist Mission in the Pacific between 1875 and 1905.