Nikon’s long awaited follow up to the hugely successful D750 is here! The D780 brings a wealth of new live view and video features that keen amateurs, wedding and event photographers will come to depend on.
With the release of the D780, Nikon have created the camera that loyal Nikon F mount users have been hoping for. It answers the wishlist of shooters wanting the sophisticated technology benefits of the new mirrorless Z system merged with the polished strengths of Nikon's best SLRs, the D850 and D5.
At last, Panasonic’s latest full frame release, the LUMIX S1H, has hit theshelvesand has made its way into ourhire department.
The dazzling array of capabilities offered by the Panasonic S1H includes:
Greater scope to crop, pan or further stabilise in post-production while maintaining the detail of 4K resolution with 6K full-frame capture, delivering new flexibility to filmmakers and enabling higher quality 6K output
When it comes to fashion photography, there's a lot more to consider than just your camera kit. Whether you're shooting on location or inside a studio, to capture the perfect look, photographers have to strike the ideal balance between a host of equally important factors. From hair and makeup to clothing and lighting, having a solid understanding of each aspect naturally leads to outstanding photographs. Below, we've taken a brief look at why appreciating fashion and lighting will help you produce beautiful images.
With more than 700,000 people attending White Night Melbourne last year, it's safe to say that the occasion has quickly become one of the city's most popular events. But for 2019, the late-night creative showcase has undergone a slight shack-up with the event now being held across three nights in three distinct Melbourne locations.
Stepping out into the darkness offers photographers a great chance to capture the beauty of the city and nature at some of its most striking. But once the sun goes down, even the most experienced photographers find it a challenge to capture all the stunning details. However, these basic tips will give you a head start on shooting after dark.
When we're trying to understand a film's story, there's much more to it than just the actor's dialogue. A lot of how we follow a movie comes down to the director's decisions on composition. We've broken down the basics of composition so that you can go out and start filming your own flicks today.
Get your camera ready because the Melbourne International Film Festival isaboutto launch in less than a week. Before itstarts, we decided to take a dive into three simple shooting sequencestoread up onto makeyour ownincredible movies.
As the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) takes over our city’s cinemas once again, it's time to get into the spirit of filmmaking. Whip out that dusty camcorder, or your DSLR from 2010 and start making those movies and documentaries you’ve been dreaming of. We’ve put together some basics that you can use to help you get started.
A Revolutionary Development for Mirrorless Cameras 61.0 effective megapixels, true-to-life gradations, and blazing speed come together in a full-frame mirrorless camera body that is capable of capturing reality you can almost feel. Image quality and expression that were once only possible with medium-format cameras are...
Photography and travel go hand in hand. It’s instinctive to arrive at a new place and reach for your camera to capture the moment. Photography can help you to truly get to know a new place and get comfortable with it.
Built from the ground up, the EOS R System and RF Mount takes the heritage of the existing EOS System to new heights, offering even greater levels of performance, lens design possibilities and creative flexibility.
Just months after the launch of the revolutionary EOS R System, Canon today announces the EOS RP – a small, light and practical full-frame mirrorless camera for advanced amateurs. Ideal for travel, landscape and portrait photography and videography, the EOS RP opens up all the benefits of the innovative new EOS R System.
I was lucky enough to go to Hunter's Valley in Sydney last week to test out the Olympus OM-D E-M1X prior to its launch. I joined two Olympus Visionaries, Michael Hurren and Nick Ghionis, along with a cohort of media and retailers in the beautiful but hot (42 degrees) rally circuit.