If you are interested in photography it doesn’t get much better than this! © Trey Ratcliff Trey Ratcliff, the world’s most followed photographer, master of HDR photography and partner in the highly successful Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag, is arriving in Sydney to share his experience and skills at two major photography events. Arriving on Saturday, June the 18th, Trey… Continue reading "Meet and Learn From Trey Ratcliff – the World’s Most Followed Photographer"
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Another month has passed and we are pleased to announce the winner of the photography challenge in May! The photography challenge theme for May was COLOR. Congratulations to Ted Yeti for his winning image titled “Sawyer’s Misty Morn“. The soft late spring greens seemed to go well with the sawyer’s orange and yellow tool. I liked the pallet and the mood… Continue reading "May Photography Challenge Winner Announced"
Today we are excited to announce our new Photography Challenges (beta). Each month we will provide the community of F Stop Lounge Photographers a photography challenge that will improve your skill, develop your techniques and get you out shooting! This month’s Photography Challenge is TRAVEL. There’s not that long left in the month so we recommend you get out and about… Continue reading "Photography Challenge – Our New Monthly Photo Contest"
Come and join us for a photo walk around Adelaide’s Rundle Mall, Hindley Street and Riverbank precinct. We’ll be meeting in front of the Telstra Shop at the corner of Rundle Mall and Pulteney Street at 4pm before heading off along the Mall and into Hindley Street. There’s plenty to see and photograph along the way, so why not… Continue reading "FREE Adelaide Photo Walk"
Chuck Jines is a Chicago based street and social documentary photographer. His long term projects Alley Boys and Heroin: A Love / Hate Relationship have won him international acclaim and he’s been published in the Guardian and featured on the BBC. Despite being what many would call the consummate photographer, both in skills and proliferation, he doesn’t label himself in… Continue reading "Philosopher With a Camera: Chuck Jines Full Interview"
Image copyright Paul Carmona Late last month Harmeet Gabha hosted the F Stop Lounge Sydney Photo Walk on a cold New South Wales evening at the Rocks. The Fujifilm Australia and Photo Insomnia sponsored event saw around 26 people turn up ready for an exciting walk. Meeting just under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, I witnessed a diverse group of photographers ranging from those who had just… Continue reading "F Stop Lounge Sydney Photo Walk A Success"
The GoPro Hero 4 Session is the smallest and lightest GoPro to date. But as well as being 50% smaller and 40% lighter than the GoPro Hero 4 Black it is also lighter on features. No 4k or even 2.7k video here and you don’t even get a screen. So what do you get for the £329.99 asking price and is… Continue reading "GoPro Hero4 Session Preview: GoPro’s answer to the Polaroid Cube?"
Fujifilm are famous for releasing firmware updates for their cameras that improve functionality, and often add new functions too. The X-T1 is the latest to receive an update. This one is Firmware Version 4.0, and for many the improvements have been welcomed with open arms. But, like more or less everything that gets released these days for every happy camper… Continue reading "Are You Disappointed with Firmware 4.0 for The Fuji X-T1?"
F Stop Lounge and Photo Insomnia join together to host the very 1st FREE photo walk in Sydney at the Rocks. All photography levels are welcome to join Harmeet Gabha on Sunday 21st June, at 7:00 pm for some night photography fun. We will meet at the Rocks near the Hickson Road Reserve (see map below) and then make our way… Continue reading "Free Sydney Photo Walk – Sunday 21st June"
When world renowned photographer Benjamin Von Wong rocks into the west side that is Western Australia, you can be sure he’s going to capture an incredible landscape with a just as beautiful model. That’s exactly what he did after his down under trip to Brisbane where he was invited to speak at an AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photographers) event with fellow… Continue reading "This Is What Happens When Von Wong Photographs in Western Australia"