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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There comes a moment in time when every photographer or film maker has to reach out to the expert who knows every part of their camera or lens. Whether their gear needs to be revitalised, repaired, restored, reinvented or simply serviced it is these expert technicians that work behind tools to keep you doing what you love to do. Wayne… Continue reading "Video Series: Interview with one of Australia’s Best Camera Technicians"
When looking through your camera settings you’re bound to come across the black and white mode (or even in the new Fujifilm X-Pro2 the amazing ACROS Film Simulation). Even in post processing a similar B&W mode can be found, but there comes a point in time when you have to ask yourself the question – will you ever record or save… Continue reading "La Noir Image – The Interactive Magazine Dedicated to Contemporary Black and White Photos"
Holoportation and future technologies are somewhat of a confounding myth of gadgetry if you’re not plugged into ‘The Matrix’ of the modern world. Holoportation is confusing to start with, but when explained in full, ones’ ability to teleport themselves digitally anywhere in the world doesn’t seem so far fetched. You see this technology is so forward thinking – it’s going to be a… Continue reading "Holoportation and the Imaging Future"
Cameras are rapidly changing thanks to new technology, they’re getting faster with much better image quality, and thankfully the prices are dropping significantly in entry level models because of this. Every now and again, I like to write a prediction piece about photography or the imaging industry to paint a picture to where it might be headed. With cameras reaching their ‘peak’… Continue reading "How Artifical Intelligence Will Affect Cameras in Years To Come"
Scrolling through 500px or Facebook looking at other people’s photos can either be inspiring or depressing depending on where you are in your photography career. If you’re starting out there’s no doubt you’re possibly in awe at the beautiful works from fellow photographers, but you may be wondering why is it that when you take a photo it never turns… Continue reading "Learning the Art of Photography"
Yep, you heard it right. Specialist photographers in Australia are a dying breed. Sure there’s the odd full time landscape photographer or even wedding photographer, but really you have to stop and smell the roses if you’re a new photographer entering the industry. The photography game is certainly changing in Australia. Cameras are getting cheaper with much better technology making… Continue reading "You Can’t Be A Specialist Photographer in Australia"
If you’ve just started out in the photography game you may have heard about how professional photographers spend countless hours processing photos because they shot in RAW? What does this even mean? Well, the simple explanation is: RAW files are a type of image file format that retain a lot of image data, more than what a JPEG file format can… Continue reading "Why Would You Shoot JPEG?"
Photographing during daylight hours is quite simple. There’s plenty of light so you shouldn’t find yourself running into problems with slow shutter speeds causing blur in your photos. The situation quickly changes though once the last light disappears. I found myself in this situation many times, and for me it seems natural to take photos in these conditions as I’ve… Continue reading "3 Tips for Low Light Photography"
I want to touch on a couple of things. Photography isn’t for the faint hearted. It’s something that needs constant energy to expand on your knowledge/skills and whether you’re starting a photography business or continuing to grow one there are some fundament things you need to get right. First, it starts with your attitude. Arrogant photographers are ripe in this industry and attitude… Continue reading "Here’s How to Make Yourself a Better Photographer"