Long Exposure – It’s just a matter of time

Long Exposure – It’s Just a Matter of Time   Words and Images by Misty Norman     A famous park bench philosopher once said, “Long exposure is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get”. Ok, maybe it wasn’t him, maybe it was his momma, and I’m not even sure […]

Continue Reading » 11/11/2016 - Posted by: CameraPro

Iceland and Greenland Photography Tour

Iceland and Greenland Photography Tour   Words and Images by Louise Wright    Prior to starting at CameraPro, I have worked as a Photography Workshop Assistant for Chris and Jess at Chris Bray Photography for the past 3 years. In that time I’ve loved helping people get more out of their camera, and move beyond shooting […]

Continue Reading » 10/28/2016 - Posted by: Louise

Prime Lenses

Prime Lenses   Written by Rob Mynard Images by Rob    When you buy a new camera these days, you’re usually presented with the option of taking the body by itself or bundled with a kit zoom lens. There’s no doubt that a zoom lens is a very convenient choice, with a large range of […]

Continue Reading » 10/19/2016 - Posted by: Rob

Correct Memory Card Usage – Usage it or Losage it…

Correct Memory Card Usage – Usage it or Losage it… Written by Rob Myanrd Images by Rob Mynard    The age old adage “Treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen” might work well with the ladies* (*not true) but when it comes to the important things in life, like your camera gear, delicate electronics can benefit […]

Continue Reading » 09/9/2016 - Posted by: Rob

Canon Announce 5D Mark IV!

Here it is… We are super excited to share that Canon have just announced an update to the 5D series – the long awaited 5D Mark IV!   We here at CameraPro were lucky enough to get our hot little hands on the awesome new 5D Mark IV for Jay to put the camera through […]

Continue Reading » 08/25/2016 - Posted by: Louise

Carrying Your Camera: Part 3 – ONA Bags

Carrying Your Camera Pt3 – ONA Bags Written by Rob Mynard Images by Rob Mynard    We return again to mans eternal struggle, a problem passed down through the ages, father to son, mother to daughter, the age old question of how to carry your camera. So far we’ve discussed Camera straps in Part 1, […]

Continue Reading » 08/17/2016 - Posted by: Rob