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Transported across the centuries at the feast day festival at the Baptistery of St John in Florence, Italy

On a recent journey to Italy, photojournalist Alan Edgecomb visited the Baptistery of St John, Florence, or the Battistero di San Giovanni. He shares his thoughts on the remarkable historical splendour. I did not know anything about a Baptistery until I arrived in Florence and discovered the elaborate sacred space called – a baptistery. These were built near a cathedral ... Read More »

Former crisis manager who led team through SARS says world should shut down for two weeks

A PHOTOGRAPHER who once led an multinational medical technologies distributor through the SARS outbreak said world leaders should co-ordinate a synchronous global shutdown for two weeks to contain the international spread of coronavirus. Alan Edgecomb is a commercial photographer based in Brisbane who previously lead the crisis management team for General Electric Healthcare’s South-East Asian region during the outbreak of ... Read More »

Roman holiday becomes a photographer’s dream

Brisbane Catholic Alan Edgecomb gives an impression of Rome’s superb Basilica di Santa Maria in words and photographs. FROM the moment one walks into the Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere, Italy, one is struck by the opulence and grandeur of this magnificent 12th century minor basilica on the right bank of the river Tiber. This was one of the ... Read More »

Fair as the moon: Four tips for shooting the supermoon tonight

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  WHERE will you be when the moon edges its closest to the Earth in 70 years? For the first time since 1948, the moon will be the closest to the Earth, at 15 per cent larger than its normal size. And it’s happening tonight. The astromonical phenomenon better known as the supermoon will occur, according to NASA, because the moon ... Read More »

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