Congratulations to the winners of Australia’s only national amateur photobook competition hosted by the Australian Photographic Society (APS) and Momento Pro. In its fifth edition, the competition attracted 37 entries across the Storytelling and Portfolio categories, from members of the APS and local camera clubs. The books were diverse in format and subject, and they featured a range of photographic genres including landscape, portrait, travel, nature, architecture, street and fine art nudes.
A well considered and captured photograph can mean the difference between someone looking at your website or having them sail right by. You’ve only got a split second to grab their attention, so in this blog post we ask Michelle and Hemi Phillips from Patina Photo how to shoot lifestyle and product photos that make people stop and want to look again.
One way to help people fall in love with your photo products is to show them videos that highlight their beauty, their unique features and craftsmanship. To make that easy, we’ve filmed this one for you. The creator is Kiwi wedding and commercial photographer, David Le, and he’s allowing us to make it available to Momento Pro customers to use in your album promotions – until you create your own video of course!
If you’d like to test out your photo book design skills, the Australian Photographic Society Photobook Competition is accepting entries until 21 August 2020. The comp is open to Australian Photographic Society and Australian camera club members, and entry is free. You simply need to submit a physical copy and an entry form and you could be in the running for $1500 in prizes including $500 cash from the APS Print Group and $1,000 worth of vouchers from Momento Pro.