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    Hi, Does anyone know if there is a forum equivalent of clubsnap for an Australian audience?

    If you are an Australian-based photographer / photojournalist/ run a media business, and wouldn't mind an open discussion on the Australian creative industry, would you email me?

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    Lydia
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    Hi Lydia,
    You can take a look at www.photoforum.com.au.
    Very similar to clubsnap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisheye View Post
    Hi, Does anyone know if there is a forum equivalent of clubsnap for an Australian audience?
    I don't feel there's anything equivalent to Clubsnap, particularly in the size and entertainment.

    Some Australian forums come to mind... overclockers Australia's photography subforum, dslrusers, shuttertalk, certain-australian-flickr-groups.
    It is the camera, not the photographer.
    my flickr - adamloh.com

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    thanks @thenomad and @adam! I agree I haven't found anything as complete as clubsnap yet. But i thought i'd ask.
    Any Australian-based photographer around?

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    Have you heard of ACMP? It caters to professional commercial photographers but you can join under their Trampoline program if you're a student of a recognised photography school, more details in the membership form. They organise monthly meetings in Melbourne, get speakers to talk about their latest works or current issues etc. Good time to network, chat, chill, It's not an online forum though, so it's actually better in a way.
    Last edited by foxtwo; 13th February 2009 at 06:14 PM.

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