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Whether you want to create stunning images, or just use your digital camera for life's memories, there is something here for you. Recent episodes show Aperture and Lightroom (coming June 2011). Jim Everett is an Australian living in Los Angeles - a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology for the new user. He has been a repeat guest on the popular G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes here), and is a regular contributor to Photo Mark ...
 
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Anna Bligh made history in 2009 when she became the first woman popularly elected as Premier of an Australian state. For almost five years she served as the Premier of Queensland and achieved much for her people in that time. She was also a staunch advocate for the arts in her state, taking on the Arts Ministry and overseeing a major period of tran…
 
Rebecca Ritchie is Opera Australia’s Head of Wardrobe, responsible for the team of experienced craftspeople who create the beautiful costumes and wigs you see on our stages. Rebecca started at Opera Australia when she was just 19, working on Baz Luhrmann’s production of La Bohème. After that introduction to our world, she further developed her skil…
 
Kelley Abbey creates dance that's eclectic, highly stylised, beautiful and extraordinarily energetic. The choreographer, actor and dancer has been working since the 1980s, when she got her start in the Australian Youth Ballet company. Over the decades, she's filled all played all sorts of parts in the arts industry, from starring roles in major mus…
 
For an astonishing 41 years, baritone John Pringle was a regular and much-loved performer on our stages. Known as a fabulous singer with the dramatic chops to match, Pringle racked up 102 roles over the course of his career. He was celebrated for his performances as Marcello in our early productions of La Bohème and Figaro in both The Marriage of F…
 
Creating a perfect sound design for any musical event is no easy feat. But what about when it’s an enormous outdoor performance for 3,000 spectators, with a full orchestra, a huge cast of singers, a pop-up grandstand and all sorts of natural sound to compete with? This was the challenge facing sound designer extraordinaire Tony David Cray when he j…
 
Constantine Costi is one of our most exciting emerging talents at Opera Australia, and has been honing his craft by working alongside many of our most experienced directors, assisting on large-scale productions and reviving celebrated stagings. In 2020, he was due to tackle his biggest project for us yet: directing Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. Co…
 
Anna-Louise Cole began her association with Opera Australia as a member of our chorus back in 2013, performing in operas from across the whole repertoire. But it soon became clear that Anna-Louise was meant to step out in front and perform some of the great soprano roles; in particular the great Wagnerian soprano roles. She soon became a member of …
 
In 2012, we set off on an adventure of operatic proportions: Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. Celebrating opera in all its beauty and spectacle, the event brings together some of the world's greatest opera artists to create extraordinary productions staged in a one-of-a-kind outdoor venue. But the first year involved an enormous leap of faith for the…
 
Long before Shanul Sharma fell in love with opera, he was headbanging to Def Leppard, Iron Maiden and Metallica. In this interview with Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini, he explains how his path led him to Opera Australia, where he's a member of the Young Artist Program, tackling some of the most fiendishly difficult tenor roles. …
 
You may not know John Frost, but if you’re a musical theatre fan living in Australia, there’s a good chance he’s been responsible for some of your favourite nights out. Known in the industry as ‘Frosty the Showman’, John is Australia’s most prolific theatre producer, having been in the business of producing large-scale musicals since the 1980s. Sin…
 
Technical director Clif Bothwell is responsible for bringing all of our large-scale productions to the stage and ensuring they run smoothly at every performance. His job is to oversee the teams who make the seemingly impossible possible every night. In this interview with Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini, Clif explains how his path led him to wor…
 
Paul Fitzsimon has been with Opera Australia since 2013, fulfilling a variety of roles including conductor and répétiteur. He’s currently our Chorus Master, responsible for ensuring that the glorious chorus you see and hear on our stages is prepared for any task. He’s also conducted performances for us, including Metamorphosis and The Merry Widow. …
 
Gale Edwards has had the sort of career most stage directors dream of. For more than three decades, she's been one of Australia's most influential theatre-makers, having worked across all variety of performances; from large-scale operatic spectaculars, including our Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour productions of Carmen and Aida, to the most intimate …
 
Alexander Lewis is currently rehearsing for our production of The Merry Widow, returning as Count Danilo after originating the role in this production to great acclaim in 2017. The Australian tenor, known both for his performances in opera and musical theatre, has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious opera houses, including The Royal O…
 
Australian-Mauritian soprano Stacey Alleaume is one of our busiest singers, with an ever-growing list of leading roles to her name. She was rehearsing to star as Violetta in our production of La Traviata on Sydney Harbour when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the season. In this interview with Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndo…
 
Tahu Matheson has been with Opera Australia since 2007, and in 2017 became our Head of Music. In his time on our music staff, he’s taken on a diverse workload across a wide range of operas, overseeing rehearsals, preparing singers and conducting performances. In this interview with Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini, Matheson looks back to his earl…
 
Since completing his masters of operatic and symphonic conducting at the St Petersburg Conservatoire in 2012, Australian conductor Vladimir Fanshil has built a richly varied career with some fantastic orchestras, including the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Odessa National Philharmonic and the State Hermitage Orchestra. I…
 
Australian soprano Eleanor Lyons has an extraordinary career, which has taken her all over Europe and further abroad. Most recently, she’s performed as soloist in Verdi’s Requiem and Britten’s War Requiem with Philippe Herreweghe and the Antwerp Symphony; at the Grafenegg Festival with conductor Leon Botstein in two roles: Maria in Der Diktator by …
 
Australian soprano Julie Lea Goodwin has been one of our busiest singers since she joined Opera Australia in 2015. Last year alone, she performed an extraordinary range of roles: Maria in West Side Story on Sydney Harbour, Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Musetta in La Bohème, and Madame Cortese in Il Viaggio a Reims. She also impressively create…
 
From 1970 until 2004, Anson Austin was one of our audience’s favourite singers. He tackled some 50 leading roles in his 34 years at Opera Australia and partnered with singers such as Dame Joan Sutherland and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in everything from Puccini to Mozart and contemporary opera. Known for his effortless upper register, extraordinary versat…
 
iPhone Version. See Aperture used in this episode in the 3-part set comparing Aperture and Lightroom artistic adjustments to a Tuscany Vineyard morning light. The set shows unique and common adjustment tools in each application, and how they compare and deliver results. This version is also edited tighter and more accurately color corrected.…
 
iPhone Version. Lightroom is used in this third episode of the 3-part set for artistic adjustments to the Tuscany Vineyard in morning light. The set shows unique and common adjustment tools for Lightroom and Aperture, and how they compare and deliver results.
 
See Aperture used in this episode in the 3-part set comparing Aperture and Lightroom artistic adjustments to a Tuscany Vineyard morning light. The set shows unique and common adjustment tools in each application, and how they compare and deliver results. If this version will not play on your iPhone or iPod Touch, there is a version 2b compressed th…
 
Three-part set showing Aperture and Lightroom artistic adjustments on an image of a Tuscany Vineyard in the morning light. Shows unique and common adjustment tools in each application, and how they compare and deliver results. Versions for iPhone of longer episodes 2 (Aperture) and 3 (Lightroom).
 
Why, when and how to add drama and appeal to selected images, using Aperture's vignette tool and adjustments panel. Draws on a photo shoot I did with friends around Boulder Creek, in California's Santa Cruz Mountains. This was in 2006, after a rainy season, and the whole forest was green, wet and mossy.…
 
Starting this series around Aperture is a labor of love for me. In this first episode, I share what I am looking for when I photograph, how I think about my photographic art, and how Aperture supports that creativity. Lots of my images from around North America and the world are used in this episode as illustrations. Future episodes will go into mo…
 
*iPhone version (.m4v). This first iPhoto episode shows a couple of easy but important fine tunes - the value of cropping, and WHY giving the image some subtle enhancements can lift it out of the ordinary. These episodes are more about the WHY, WHAT and WHEN, rather than details of the HOW. There are plenty of excellent videos tutorials by other pe…
 
This first iPhoto episode shows a couple of easy but important fine tunes - the value of cropping, and WHY giving the image some subtle enhancements can lift it out of the ordinary. These episodes are more about the WHY, WHAT and WHEN, rather than details of the HOW. There are plenty of excellent videos tutorials by other people on how to use iPhot…
 
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