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Eric Ronald on storytelling + albums

Melbourne photographer Eric Ronald has won the AIPP Australian Album of the Year Award in 2017, 2018 and 2019, not only due to his cinematic photography skills, but his careful planning, shooting with intention, and skill in laying out the photos and pages to maximise emotion and tell the full story of the couple’s day. Read on for enlightenment.

Melbourne photographer Eric Ronald has won the AIPP Australian Album of the Year Award in 2017, 2018 and 2019, not only due to his cinematic photography skills, but his careful planning, shooting with intention, and skill in laying out the photos and pages to maximise emotion and tell the full story of the couple’s day. Read on for enlightenment.

This article was written by Peter Eastway and originally published in the AIPP Journal July 2019 edition.

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Epic photographic legacy: ‘Nam Contact’ by Tim Page

British war photographer Tim Page has created a mammoth printed legacy of his black-and-white images from the Vietnam War in a limited edition book, box and print set, proudly printed by Momento Pro.

Momento Pro was honoured to produce this custom collector’s edition book and box set for British war photojournalist Tim Page. Nam Contact is an epic retrospective of his unseen black-and-white Vietnam War pictures encompassing an oversized 448-page book, a reproduction of a 1966 Kodak flexographic box with an insert for a loupe, and an embossed folio case for a signed and numbered print. Learn about its creation in Will Shipton’s article, Nam Contact: Symphonic coda to Tim Page’s Vietnam, originally published in Inside Imaging on 16 April 2021.

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Host a Camera Club Photobook Competition

Making a photo book extends your creative skills in editing, sequencing, layout and visual storytelling. Establish a photo book prize for your camera club with some help from Momento Pro’s competition guidelines and web template.

If you’re keen to extend the photographic skills and creativity of your camera club members, consider hosting an annual photo book competition. Through the process of transforming a series of photographs into a book, they’ll refine their photo editing skills, learn about sequencing, layout and design, and improve their visual storytelling.

To make setting up a competition an easy process, we’ve created a How To Host A Photobook Competition Guide as well as a Photobook Competition webpage template, and profiled some winners of existing club comps below. If you’re inspired, feel free to hit us up for a voucher prize too.

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ANZPA winner interviews with ‘Paper Journal’

Explore the stories and photographic practice behind the winners of the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award 2019, captured by Patricia Karallis, editor of the contemporary arts magazine, ‘Paper Journal’.

Paper Journal is an online and print magazine that presents the best in contemporary visual arts and photography, care of contributors from Melbourne, London, NYC and around the world. In support of the Awards, founder and editor, Patricia Karallis, published interviews with the Australia and New Zealand Photobook Award 2019 winners at paper-journal.com.

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