2013 Calendar Printing Industries Craftmanship AwardsTuesday 30th October, 2012
We have just found out that Richard's 2013 Calendar is a finalists for the fourth year in a row in the Printing Industries Craftsmanship Awards. Each year the calendar has won an award. So again we are assured of either Gold, Silver or Bronze. This is unprecedented for a calendar.
Content, design and layout and excellence in the craft of printing are all contributing factors.
Melbourne greeting cards now availableMonday 29th October, 2012
A large range of Melbourne Greeting Cards are now available for purchase online.
2013 Calendar now availableWednesday 26th September, 2012
The 2013 Calendar is now available for purchase online.
Richard White Photography is now on FacebookWednesday 18th April, 2012
Keep up with Richard White Photography on Facebook.
Exhibition at the Melbourne Camera ClubFriday 13th April, 2012
Richard, in conjunction with David Oldfield, will be holding an exhibition on Thursday 19th April at the Melbourne Camera Club. The exhibition opens at 8pm and is based on the High Country Huts and the surrounding areas.
More information is available from the Melbourne Photo Club website.
The exhibition will be held at the Melbourne Camera Club, Cnr Dorcas and Ferrars Streets South Melbourne. Opening night is Thursday April 19 at 8PM. Subsequent viewing Saturday and Sunday April 21& 22 from Noon to 5PM.
2012 Workshops Program now availableSunday 13th November, 2011
The 2012 Workshops Program is now available online.
2012 Calendar now availableSunday 11th September, 2011
The 2012 Calendar is now available for purchase online.
New Greeting Cards now availableSunday 29th May, 2011
A large number of new greeting cards are now available. Any combination of six or more cards may be selected, allowing you to make up your own pack of cards. View the cards here and order online.
2011 Workshop Program now availableWednesday 30th November, 2010
Latest news now available via RSSSaturday 6th November, 2010
You can now stay up to date with the latest news from Richard White Photography using RSS. Click the link below to subscribe using your favourite RSS reader.
High Quality Posters now available for purchaseWednesday 3rd November, 2010
The four images for these high quality posters have been drum scanned from the original prints and printed in duo tone on Silk Art Paper and then coated. They measure 690 mm x 490 mm.
The cost of the posters is $30, inclusive of post and packaging within Australia. For international add $25 per order. Mailed posters will be sent in custom made tubes with instructions on how to flatten.
The posters are available for purchase online or by contacting the studio directly.
High Country Calendar wins Emerald Award againTuesday 2nd November, 2010
Richard's 2011 calendar has again won an Emerald award at the Printing Industries Craftsmanship Awards held recently in Melbourne. The award recognizes excellence in design, content and printing. This is the second year in a row that Richard's calendar has won this award.The 2011 calendar is still available for purchase online or by contacting the studio directly.
UK & Ireland and India galleries addedMonday 4th October, 2010
New newsletters added to the siteTuesday 21st September, 2010
A number of newsletter back-issues have been added to the Newsletters section.
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High Country greeting cards and 2011 Calendar now availableSaturday 11th September, 2010
A range of High Country greeting cards and the 2011 High Country calendar are both available for purchase online.
Click here to view the greeting card packs that are available.
Video: The Art of Photography WorkshopsMonday 12th July, 2010
Workshop guest presenter Don Parham has made this short video about the workshops program.
Richard given top award at AIPP presentationsTuesday 8th June, 2010
At the 2010 Australian Professional Photography Awards dinner held at Crown Casino in Melbourne, Richard was awarded the highest honour available from the Institute, A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography. The award recognizes the outstanding value of an individual's achievement as well as a history of service to the Institute, the photographic industry and society.
During the announcement Richard's High Country calendar was mentioned, which also won a printing award earlier this year as well as Richard's contribution to large format black and white photography, his published articles, teaching through his workshops program and annual judging at the AIPP awards.
A standing ovation of several hundred participants almost rendered Richard speechless but not before thanking his sponsor Kodak for their ongoing support and his family who have endured his 'lifelong obsession'.