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CANON 1DX II ROADTEST

Workshop with Ryan Schembri and Flipside Circus
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SHOT RECIPE #07

Louise Wright from our Arthur St HQ explains the story behind this lovely image!
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NIKON D5 HANDS ON

Our D5 touch and try event!
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LUMIX G TOUR

Jess shares some of her images from San Fran
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FORMULA 1 FUN DAY

We celebrated the F1 with slot car racing!
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CAMERA BAGS

Carrying Your Camera – Part 2
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QCA STUDENT OPEN NIGHT

We hosted an open night for QCA Students!
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FUJI X-PRO2 EVENT

Fuji X-Pro2 launch event with Adam Ferguson
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CLEANING YOUR KIT

The do's and do not's of camera cleaning
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OLYMPUS PEN-F

Olympus Pen-F vs Olympus Pen-BlueWithBlackInk
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TRIPODS

Rob gives us the run down on our tripod range
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SHOT RECIPE #05

Checkout Alex's recipe for this gorgeous image!
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FILTERS

Do You Use Protection? – Filters a-go-go
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SHOT RECIPE #04 – MYLES BENNELL

Click through to read how Myles captured this stunning image!
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CARRYING YOUR CAMERA

Rob from the Queen St store tells us his thoughts on some different options for camera straps
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What You See is What You Get, If You’re Correctly Calibrated

What You See is What You Get, If You’re Correctly Calibrated Written by Rob Mynard Images by Rob Mynard   The reason you pick up your camera is to capture a moment, you’ve seen or created something worth recording. You could pull out your iPhone and capture the scene enough to spark your memory but […]

Continue Reading » 06/24/2016 - Posted by: Rob

Memory Cards – Light the Corners of My Mind

Memory Cards – Light the Corners of My Mind Written by Rob Mynard Photos by Rob Mynard   Whoever said that one of the keys to happiness was a bad memory probably wasn’t a photographer.  Memory cards are one of those things that beginning photographers put in their cameras and then don’t think much more […]

Continue Reading » 06/17/2016 - Posted by: Rob

An Introduction to the Lee Filter System.

An Introduction to the Lee Filter System Written by Rob Mynard   Following on from our recent post on Neutral Density filters, I’d like to discus the Lee Filters range, regarded by many as the ultimate photographic filter system. At first glance Lee have a lot going on and it can feel daunting; a range […]

Continue Reading » 06/3/2016 - Posted by: Rob

Shot Recipe Edition #11 – Bryce Jarrett

Shot Recipe – Edition #11 Contributor: Bryce Jarrett – Retail Sales and Customer Service Administrator   What is Bryce’s recipe for the shot?   Ingredients:  - Canon 6d  - Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art    Measurements: Shutter speed 1/320 Aperture f/5.6 ISO 1250   Method:    The following photo was taken as part of a marketing campaign […]

Continue Reading » 06/1/2016 - Posted by: CameraPro

Shot Recipe Edition #10 – Mitchell Blackman

Shot Recipe – Edition #10 Contributor: Mitchell Blackman - CameraPro Dispatch Assistant / Enthusiast Photographer   What is Mitch’s recipe for the shot?   Ingredients:  - Olympus E-M5  - Olympus 40-150mm f/4.0-5.6 R Lens  - Mefoto Roadtrip Aluminium – Titanium    Measurements: Shutter speed 1/4000 Aperture f/5.6 ISO 6400 Time of day 8:00pm   Method:    Being a hobbyist with photography and […]

Continue Reading » 05/18/2016 - Posted by: CameraPro

ND Filters – Perfect Density For the Perfect Day!

Perfect Density For the Perfect Day – ND Filters Written by Rob Mynard Photos by Rob Mynard and Misty Norman   The beach was deserted save for to two of them.  It was a classic horseshoe bay with a beautiful volcanic rock formation thrusting into the sea.  The sunlight danced off the waves and the wind […]

Continue Reading » 05/4/2016 - Posted by: Rob