Photography Tip 4 of 10

Tip #4: Composition is key I think clever composition can make or break a photograph. We can both photograph the same thing, we can both have awesome knowledge about how to take the photo technically, how to use the camera’s technical settings. However, if our composition is different, one photo can be vastly better than […]

Announcing the Nikon D4s

ummm… just announcing the announcement really I got an email from Nikon telling me about a bunch of new products, some new point and shoot camera’s, a couple of lenses and the Nikon D4s. The info about the D4s was rather thin on the ground, in fact, they didn’t really say anything. Here is an […]

The Fuji X-E1 is great for HDR

An easy way to use the Fuji X-E1 for HDR I get asked a lot of questions about the Fuji X-E1 for HDR. I think everyone looks past the most obvious and easiest way to take your bracketed shots with this camera… the EV Compensation dial. It’s right there near your thumb! Forget about auto-bracketing […]

Google Plus Communities

Are you on Google Plus? If you are, I have started a community called ‘on3legs’ – we have nearly 100 members already and hopefully it will keep growing steadily. You can chat, post pictures, ask for a critique or participate in the monthly photo comp… Why not come on over and check it out for […]

Photography Gadgets

My Little Green Cube Some gadgets are so simple, yet make a big difference. My little green cube is one of these gadgets, in fact, when I have it on my camera it gets more attention than my D800! Everyone wants to know what the little green cube is… Even though the D800 has a […]

The Pixel RW-221 Wireless Remote Review

Going Wireless on a budget! As a photographer there are times when you do not want to touch the camera as you take a shot, touching the camera to activate the shutter adds a risk of shaking the camera, whilst not an issue in situations when you’re using a fast shutter speed, if you’re doing […]

The on3legs Sydney Photowalk

Put Saturday 1st of September in your diary it’s official… I have organised a photowalk for Saturday the 1st of September in Sydney. We will be kicking off at Blues Point Reserve at 3pm for a meet and greet, of course it is a good vantage point to grab a shot or two of Iconic […]

Really Right Stuff TVC-33 review

Updated My Gear Page I get a lot of questions about what gear I use and I have been slowly writing about it. Today I wrote about my new Really Right Stuff TVC-33 carbon fibre tripod. you can read about it HERE. The Daily Pic – Bricked There were so many great angles and perspectives, […]

Light Metering Explained

Understanding Exposure Part 6 phew… we are getting close to the end of this multi-part series on understanding exposures, if you missed the first 5 parts then head back and read part 1 to part 5 first… of course, if you have a solid understanding of how to use Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO and read […]