Karen Hutton is a photographer, educator, visual artist, voiceover artist, show host, figure skater, horse trainer, social media personality and many other things bundled up in a personality that is both cheerful and thoughtful. We had a great time chatting with Karen about her love of photography and the reasons behind her choice of equipment in this latest episode of The… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 021 – Karen Hutton"
In an unprecedented move to stop the counterfeit products hurting their reputation Canon Japan Inc. has made a bold move to purchase the well known Chinese manufacturer Yongnuo. The rumoured $59,640 Million Yen purchase (US $500 Million) is said to include the naming rights for the look-a-like flash units, batteries and the newish line of lenses, which is said to include an… Continue reading "Canon Buy Knock Off Brand Yongnuo"
Last November my team booked our first location wedding and below are some small things that I learned and thought I would pass on to others who may be making the plunge and shooting a destination wedding soon. Flights to be organised for you to arrive to the day prior to the wedding. By organising your flight the day before… Continue reading "What I Learned From Filming My First Destination Wedding"
Hey guys, Craig McCormick here! Many of us are guilty of under utilising our DSLR’s, especially when it comes to the menu options available to us. In this video I share some of my top menu tweaks to help you get the most out of your DSLR. If you’ve got a menu tweak that you really like or helps speed… Continue reading "My Top 5 Menu Tweaks for Your DSLR"
Todays Photo Of Day was captured by +Dony Chrismanto. The photo was shared on our Google+ Photographers Community. This photograph was captured using the a Canon EF 50mm lens. Thanks for being part of our community Dony Chrismanto.
Chris Bray, an author, an adventurer, a teacher and an award-winning photographer all rolled into one. He is an ambassador for Canon Australia and he spends his time traveling and teaching photography all around the world. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Chris a couple of years ago and it was only now that I had the chance of sitting… Continue reading "Interview With Wildlife Photographer Chris Bray"
Where does this story start? My first camera, when I was younger was a Pentax MZ-50. It was a film camera which inspired me to take photos with the thing many people would remember – film. You know that stuff you had to load into the back of a camera? Those were the days…well I’m sort of glad there over for me… Continue reading "I Was A Fan Boy"
Todays Photo Of Day was captured by +Mark George The photo was shared on the Google+ Photographers Community and published under the category ‘Only Canon’. Thanks for being part of the Google+ Photographers Community Mark. We all look forward to seeing your future photographs! Do you enjoy F Stop Lounge? We would love to hear from you, so be sure to follow… Continue reading "Photo Of The Day: July 6th – Mark George"
Founded in 2003, JinkyArt was born from sharing memories with family and friends. Barb Uil is the photographer in the family owned business, which brings a much-needed energised vision to children photography. Gone are the days of the plain boring studio as this team excels at capturing childhood imagination through the use of drawing, photography, Photoshop and creativity. “Bringing photography and children together has… Continue reading "Beautiful Photos Look Like Childhood Dreams"
Canon have released a firmware update to their Canon 5D mark 3 body today. It includes quite a few fixes for issues that were pretty rare as well as adding some new features. I’ve run the update on my camera and it ran through fine, but please take care when updating yours. From Canon’s Website: Changes: Firmware Version 1.2.3 incorporates the following improvements… Continue reading "Canon 5D Mark 3 Firmware Update Released"