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The Olympus Vision Project

Are you Creative? Do you love Olympus? And do you have a vision?
Then the Olympus Vision Project is exactly what you are looking for.
What is ‘The Olympus Vision Project’?

Olympus Imaging Australia are offering the opportunity to make your vision come true. The Olympus Vision Project is an open call to Australian and New Zealand residents […]

Olympus TG-Tracker

Olympus just announced the new Tough TG-Tracker, the first Action Camera in the Olympus range and it’s taken on a lot of the qualities from their popular Tough compact camera range, especially the Olympus Tough TG-4.

This new action camera is definitely a robust looking piece of gear and its form is definitely compact (35mm(w) x […]

Monthly Mission: PORTRAITS

Welcome to the Monthly Mission.
Photography is extremely broad with a lot to learn, so we’ll be breaking it down each month. Bringing you a mission brief, inspiration and education all tailored around a different theme so you can get the most out of your camera. Plus you’ll also have the opportunity to enter your favourite […]

3 Ways to Avoid the Flash

Light is important to photography. It can be the deciding factor in whether a shot is picture-perfect or sent to the Recycle Bin.
Good photography is about how you as the photographer use and capture light. Lighting influences colours, tones, highlights and shadows and the texture of a photograph. So you really want to get it […]

Photo Innovations: The Future of Photography

The future of photography is bright! In the 20th century, we were celebrating the invention of colour film and flash photography. But as we enter the 21st century, we’re entering a new era of photography.
This era is one in which action cameras and drones become increasingly popular. It’s a time when smartphones grow to become […]

Pet Photography Tips: How to Improve Your Game

If you’ve ever tried to photograph your wriggling pet, you’ll know it’s not an easy job. Most pets are full of energy, making them nearly impossible to capture when still.
Photographing a cat or dog requires plenty of patience and a good deal of vigilance so you don’t miss that perfect shot. But if you can […]

Bucket List Hikes from Around the World

Hiking and photography can go hand in hand and when it is done properly, the outcome is absolutely breathtaking. Most natural trails open up the gates to see some of natures most incredible creations. Between untouched waterfalls and towering glaciers, if you take your camera along for the ride you can capture some jaw dropping […]

Photo Friday – AUTUMN – Michelle Allen

‘Photo Friday’ is a weekly photography competition that Camera House Australia runs. Every week we choose a new theme and prize, and this week the winner was Michelle Allen who entered into our AUTUMN theme.
We asked Michelle about her image, and this is what she had to say:
I took it with a Nikon D7000. During […]

Our Favourite Aussie Photographers

Our favourite photographers come from different backgrounds, and are influenced by different things. Some are world-renowned, some are making their way to acclaim. Regardless of where they are in their careers, these photographers are some of our favourites right now…
Ken Duncan

Desert Showers, NT by Ken Duncan
If you know the name, it’s probably because you’ve seen a […]

Which Tripod Do I Need for My Camera

There are many reasons to invest in a tripod for your camera. It’s next to impossible to remain still enough to capture the perfect shot at dusk with a slow-shutter speed, which is why many of the pros use a tripod.
Tripods stabilise the camera to help you capture a crisp clear shot. There are several occasions where […]

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