Shooting film is having a major comeback. Learn how to use 35mm film, different film types, important characteristics of film, and the differences between film and digital.
Professional landscape photographer Cam Blake outlines the important considerations to make when planning your off-the-grid photography kit. A discussion of weight, weatherproofing, carry solutions and more.
For those couples looking for off-the-beaten track images, an outback wedding photoshoot can produce unique shots. However, the difficult environment brings some specific considerations you need to make as a photographer. We discuss how to pull off a great outback wedding shoot.
Environmental portraiture is an interesting form of portraiture that doesn't get as much use as it should. Professional photographer Hanna Saba outlines what environmental portraiture is and provides a number of tips so that you can achieve great results.
Adobe Lightroom is certainly one of the most widely used photo editing programs, and with good reason - it's a powerful tool! Learning how to maximise your Lightroom skills can really help you bring out the best in your images. With that in mind, pro photographer Sharon Blance outlines her top Lightroom tips and tools!
Polarising filters can be a very useful tool, but many photographers don't understand how to use them effectively. We discuss the most important points about polarising filters and how to use them so you can take better images.
Lighting is integral to photographyand learning to manipulate light is one of the most important skill any photographer can have, regardless of their discipline. We discuss different lighting situations, inexpensive and simple gear you can use to manipulate light, and outline lighting styles.
Wildlife photography can be demanding, as you can't simply tell wild animals how to pose! Read for our best advice on photographing wildlife; from gear choices, techniques to get close, time of day, safety, and legalities.
Wedding photography is a popular style and can be quite lucrative. Many couples these days are looking not only for wedding photography, but video footage as well. We contrast photo and video in a wedding environment, discuss gear to use, lighting considerations, when to use each, and more.
As Australians, one of the first places we tend to take our drones is out to the water. This can lead to some beautiful images, but you also need to be careful when flying your drone over water. We share our top tips for taking the best aerial water images and not losing your drone in the process!
One of the most common uses for your camera gear is on that upcoming holiday. But since cameras and lenses can be quite expensive, they are commonly a target of theft. We give our top tips on how to keep your gear safe!
When you think of landscape photography, sweeping vistas and mountains likely come to mind. Shooting subjects this large generally requires a wide angle lens. We discuss using a wide angle lens for landscape shots, and tips on how to get the best photos.
Self portraits can be a lot of fun, but they are also be a great way to test out gear or experiement with portraiture techniques without time pressure. Pro portrait photographer Hanna Saba walks us through his guide on how to take a great self portrait, including focusing, posing, lighting and more.
Professional landscape photographer Cam Blake takes us behind the scenes of some of his favourite images. Many landscape images tell a story that is more intricate that appears on the surface, and Cam gives us a glimpse behind the curtain when capturing these photos.
Drones are a lot of fun. However, there are a number of rules and restrictions that Australians must follow when flying - failure to do so can result in costly fines! We cover what you need to know before flying your drone, licensing requirements, drone etiquette, and recommend a few drone options for the new flyer.