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LONG EXPOSURE

Misty's tips for creating long exposures with Lee Filters
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ICELAND AND GREENLAND

Louise's top 10 moments from her trip to Iceland and Greenland
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PRIME LENSES

Rob takes us through Prime Lenses
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CANON 5D MARK IV

5D Mark IV unboxing and first impressions!
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X-T2

Fujifilm announce the new X-T2
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ND FILTERS

Perfect Density For the Perfect Day!
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MEMORY CARDS

Light the Corners of My Mind
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LEE FILTER SYSTEM

An Introduction to the Lee Filter System
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SHOT RECIPE EDITION #11

Bryce Jarrett
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LIFE’S A DRAG

Dragging Your Shutter To Create Movement
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Fuji Announce the X-T2

We knew it was coming. We’d heard the whispers on the wind, the little rumours across the darknet and the wish lists in backwater forums, all pointing towards the second coming of the Fuji X-T workhorse. Oh yeah, and there was also all those leaked photos and videos. Just a few moments ago, the good […]

Continue Reading » 07/7/2016 - Posted by: Rob

Oxfam Brisbane Trailwalker 2016 – The Snappy Feet Story

Oxfam Brisbane Trailwalker 2016 – The Snappy Feet Story   Words by Louise Wright Images by Louise Wright, David Mynard and Oxfam Photographers   Well, we did it! After a total of 19hours and 54 minutes on the trail, we finished the Oxfam 55km Trailwalker in Brisbane. We set out at 7am on Saturday 18th […]

Continue Reading » 07/5/2016 - Posted by: Louise

Shot Recipe Edition #12 – Jay Young

Shot Recipe – Edition #12 Contributor: Jay Young - CameraPro Retail Sales & Customer service Administrator / Portrait Photographer   What is Jay’s recipe for the shot?   Ingredients:  - Canon EOS 5D  - EF 24-70mm f/2.8 USM  - Profoto B2 location kit –  Air remote TTL-C – OCF 20deg Grid    Measurements: Shutter speed 1/200 Aperture f/8.0 ISO 400   […]

Continue Reading » 06/30/2016 - Posted by: CameraPro

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