Posts Tagged ‘issue 4’

Feature Car: Daniel Craft’s 1964 EH Holden

16 Jul

We posted an image of the front cover of issue 4 of Holden Heroes magazine this week, featuring images from two of our photo shoots. one of those shoots was of Daniel Craft’s 1964 EH Holden station wagon and we can bring you more samples from that shoot now.

Daniel’s wagon has been built largely at home by Daniel himself – a guy that boasts qualifications in both vehicle mechanics and panel beating. It’s an impressive car and we hope you’ll go check out the whole story in Holden Heroes magazine, which is on sale at newsagents now.


As always, we’ve got a series of six FREE desktop wallpaper images for you to enjoy. Simply CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails below to visit our Flickr page where all the goodies lay in wait for your visit.

Daniel Craft's 1964 EH Holden

Daniel Craft's 1964 EH Holden     Daniel Craft's 1964 EH Holden

Cover Cars: Holden Heroes Issue 4 On Sale Now

14 Jul

Holden Heroes issue 4

Holden Heroes Issue 4 features two Hosking Industries photo shoots on the front cover – The Chop Shop’s Summernats Grand Champ FB and Daniel Craft’s EH wagon! Check it out at your local newsagency now.

InFocus Australasia: Issue 4 Available FREE NOW!

19 Jul

Issue 4 of Australia’s newest photography magazine, InFocus Australasia, is available FREE on Apple’s Newsstand right now! Get it HERE.

Issue 4 of InFocus includes interviews with advertising photographer Chris Budgeon and Antarctic landscape wizard Joshua Holko, tutorials on RAW vs. Jpeg and choosing the right AF mode and an in-depth look at getting better audio on your DSLR video projects. There’s also plenty of new camera and accessory information as well as this month’s cover story in which we take a long look at Australian copyright laws and how they affect photographers.

If that weren’t enough, we look at Lightroom 4’s Book module, showcase some of the 2013 AIPP Epson ACT competition winners and give you the chance to win yourself a Wacom tablet valued at $399 by following this month’s project: window silhouettes.

InFocus Australasia Magazine