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Ryan CookRyan Cookson, from Tourisms, Our Place at the Colour Factory Gallery.

Now for the 2nd year running, the Independent Photography Festival is showing a masterful selection of photographers both in Australia and around the globe. Begun by the Hard Workers Club and Smalltime Projects along with local galleries, IPF is a host to the various multi-faceted aspects of photography. From the annual Photo Book & Zine Fair to the Australian premiere of Everybody Street, the Independent Photography Festival is committed to bringing photographers together and showcasing the beautiful, physical work so often relegated to websites and blogs.

Below are some of the photographs and programs exhibiting. The Independent Photography Festival ends this week on November 10th, 2013.

Ryan CookRyan Cookson, from Tourisms, Our Place at the Colour Factory Gallery.

Ben ClementBen Clement, from Something From Nothing at the Spares Store.

Ben ClementBen Clement, from Something From Nothing at the Spares Store.

Ben ClementBen Clement, from Something From Nothing at the Spares Store.

Lauren BamfordLauren Bamford, from Vocation Vacation at the Conduit Arts.

Lauren BamfordLauren Bamford, from Vocation Vacation at the Conduit Arts.

Lauren BamfordLauren Bamford, from Vocation Vacation at the Conduit Arts.

Cathy MarshallCathy Marshall, from Tourisms, Our Place at the Colour Factory Gallery.

Cathy MarshallCathy Marshall, from Tourisms, Our Place at the Colour Factory Gallery.

This post was contributed by photographer and Feature Shoot Editorial Assistant Jenna Garrett.

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