Photography

Luminar 2018 – Stronger And Faster Than Ever

Luminar 2018 – Stronger And Faster Than Ever

Macphun software has done it again!! A few months ago they announced a Free public beta release of their Luminar software on Windows with a view to releasing the final build in 2018. But they have announced that their 2018 version of Luminar is now available before Christmas. Infact from 1st November, you can pre-order their newest version for...

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People with Camera’s is On Again for 2017

People with Camera’s is On Again for 2017

Once again this year, I am partnering with Fujifilm Australia to host the "People with Cameras" event.  People with Cameras has been designed for you to meet like-minded people in your city. No matter what camera or smart device you use, we encourage you to join us at 2:45pm in either Sydney or Melbourne. People with Cameras Sydney The Sydney...

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Why I didn’t move to Panasonic G85 for Vlogging and YouTubing?

Why I didn’t move to Panasonic G85 for Vlogging and YouTubing?

Let's be honest, Panasonic is killing the Vlogging game. The smaller form factor and micro four-third sensor is really good. The built in five axis image stabilisation is to die for. Focusing But what fails me is the contrast based focus. There are a ton of arguments and YouTube video that shows you how to fine tune the camera to improve the...

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Can Blurry Photos Be Good?

Can Blurry Photos Be Good?

Can Blurry Photos Be Good? 12 AUGUST, 2017 From the moment you decide, you want to get a camera, all you hear or read about is focus, focusing speed, sensor quality and sharpness. It seems that getting a 'sharp and in focus' image is the ultimate goal. Without this, we fail as a photographer. Is that really true? I wanted to take a moment to talk...

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AUTO ISO on Fujifilm X-Series Cameras – Good or Bad?

AUTO ISO on Fujifilm X-Series Cameras – Good or Bad?

A little while ago I saw a discussion on the Fujifilm X Australia Photographers where a question was posted "Do you use Auto ISO and if so what are your setting?" by Joe Jongue. He is one of the Admins of the group and a pretty nice guy. I happened to meet him at the Fujifilm XT-2 Launch event in Sydney. This was a very interesting discussion...

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3 Reasons Why Having People In Photos Is Great

3 Reasons Why Having People In Photos Is Great

As beautiful a scene may be, it is important to consider having people or a person in the shot. It elevates the images from being good to great. There are several good reasons to have people in the shot. In this post, I will cover 3 main reasons why you should consider having people in the photos. And why its good for you. #1 - People provide...

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Tips for Shooting Fireworks

Tips for Shooting Fireworks

Tips for shooting fireworks —Tripod Tripod is a must!!! Without it, you are not going to get any decent shots. A tripod will allow you to setup your camera and ensure that your camera does not move when the camera is taking an exposure. Always make sure your tripod is properly extended and fastened. It should be sturdy and not easily moveable....

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7 Tips for shooting Vivid Sydney (Night Photography)

7 Tips for shooting Vivid Sydney (Night Photography)

Vivid is an amazing event held in Sydney every year during winter and each year it attracts more and more people out and about to see the exhibitions and the light shows put up everywhere around Sydney. Each year it seems to get bigger and better than the year below. Lots of new or budding photographers take this as a new opportunity to go out...

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The best and cheapest Cloud Backup for Photographers – CrashPlan

The best and cheapest Cloud Backup for Photographers – CrashPlan

Each and every one of us is taking photos and storing them on our computer or external drives. But how many of us are backing up those precious memories. Have you thought about what it would mean to you to lose all the photos and videos you have of your family? Well the solution is simple and its a VERY cost effective solution for any...

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7 Tips for Capturing Beautiful Waterfalls

7 Tips for Capturing Beautiful Waterfalls

Waterfalls are one of the natures beautiful wonders that as a Landscape Photographer you'd enjoy capturing. However there are waterfall photos and then there are beautiful waterfall photos. In this post I will give you 7 tips that will guarantee that you are capturing beautiful waterfall photos. So what makes a beautiful waterfall image: Lots of...

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How to shoot Wide Angle Images without Wide Angle Lens?

How to shoot Wide Angle Images without Wide Angle Lens?

Wide Angle lens is great for capturing large scenes in a single image. However, what do you do in a situation where you find yourself without a wide angle lens and want to capture a larger scene. The solution is quite simple actually, but requires some post processing. Shoot multiple images of the scene to stitch/join together later in Lightroom...

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