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Through the lens of our winner Fang

What camera did you use? I am using the Olympus EP1

What settings did you use? I used an in-built art filter for this short to create a lomo effect around the frame
What inspired this shot? A friend and I wanted to do an alternative Christmas sometime before Christmas, so we decided to make a […]

Nikon D4 Unveiled

It has been a huge surprise to the whole photographic industry when Nikon, just earlier today, announced the Mack Daddy Nikon D4! Yet to find out the number one question on everyone’s lips, price, or when it hits Australian stores however here are a few pieces of photography insider gold to keep you entertained.
16.2 MEGAPIXELS […]

Just Announced – Nikon D4

The D4 is equipped with a new Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor (imaging size of 36.0 × 23.9 mm) and EXPEED 3, the latest image-processing engine specifically optimised for DSLR cameras. With 16.2 million pixels and an ISO range from 50 – 204800 the D4 offers superior image quality under a broad range of lighting […]

Picture Perfect

It was a trip to Tasmania at the end of the seventies that first piqued Darran Leal’s interest in photography. “I had just bought a Praktica Super TL SLR outfit secondhand,” recalls Leal. “I still have a few photos from that trip… “Then I was at Norfolk Island about a year later, shooting a Red-tailed […]

Surf Life Saving Tests the Nikon AW100

Surf Life Saving Australia’s official photographer, Harvie Allison, took Nikon’s AW100 out to ride the wild surf – here are his top tips for sharp shooting on the high seas. H arvie Allison has been shooting Surf Life Saving for more than two decades and is well aware that sun, surf and sand […]

TRUE BLUE

Photographer Steve ‘Bud’ Dunn took out the prize for Camera House’s ‘This is Australia’ Photo Friday competition… This is Bud’s story.

Gift Guide: For The Guys

Let us take the horror out of the holiday season with our guide to the hottest gear for all the family.

PANASONIC HX-WA10
This waterproof dual camera from the folk at Panasonic is a tough little beast. Able to shoot both HD movies (1920x1080p) and 16 megapixel still images, it’s waterproof to 3 metres, and features a […]

Through the lens of our winner Michael Falkiner

Last weeks theme in the Photo Friday competition was Signage which attracted this winning image by Michael Falkiner – read on for an insight into how he got the shot!

What camera did you use?
Nikon D3000 with VR 55-200mm lens
What settings did you use?
1/10s, f/5, ISO 400
What inspired this shot?
Just the setting (Sovereign Hill) […]

Neville Madsen – Community Photographer

Neville Madsen, News Photographer of the Year nominee and winner of the Best Regional and Community Photography award at the 2011 Walkleys, talks about photography and his winning image.

Through the lens of our winner – Bart Thomas

What camera did you use?
Canon EOS 7D & Canon EFS 10-22 lens
What settings did you use?
Shutter Priority
Exposure time    1/1000
F-stop                f/13
ISO                   400
Focal Length      10mm
No flash
Holding the camera still (not panning) with AF-Servo mode and High Speed Burst.
What inspired this shot?
Liam, the rider in the photo, said to me […]

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