Renowned Australian photographer Rex Dupain was one of the first to put the Sony Xperia Z1 through its paces.
Rex is the son of famed Australian photographer Max Dupain. Max was responsible for some of the nation's most iconic images, such as "Sunbaker", taken in 1937. Rex followed in his father's footsteps, picking up photography in his early years.
In his late teenage years, however, Rex traded in photography for a formal training in painting. He exhibited his work across the country and taught painting and drawing. He returned to the photographic craft in the mid-1990s, documenting the life and characters around Australia's beaches in series such as "The Colour of Bondi".