Photography Tip 10 of 10

Tip #10: Try a prime lens When you buy a camera in a kit there are normally a couple of lenses. Those lenses are usually zoom lenses, you’ll get something like an 18-55mm and a 55-200mm. A prime lens is a lens that does not zoom, its a fixed focal length. If you could only […]

Photography Tip 8 of 10

Tip #8: Join a club Join a camera club. There are plenty of camera clubs online, and there’s also plenty of physical clubs around as well.  Joining a camera club or getting online onto a camera forum that has other members, you can share your ideas, you can take photos and have them critiqued, you […]

Photography Tip 7 of 10

Tip #7: Learn from your mistakes I know it can be frustrating when you take a photo, and its blurry or over exposed, maybe something else ruined it for you…  so you delete it. If you’re keen on improving your photography skills I think you should look at your bad photos and study them. Try […]

Photography Workshop

7 Day Lord Howe Island Experience! 13th – 19th October 2013 7 days of Photography on the stunning Lord Howe Island. You asked me for a workshop… so here it is! I have teamed up with good friend Michael Snedic to bring you this 7 day photography workshop/tour. Michael has been a professional wildlife and […]

Sigma 105mm Macro Lens

Turning of the Fagus As I write this blog post I am in my hired campervan in Mount Field National Park in Tasmania trying to dry all of my clothes and camera gear. Yesterday I hiked with Michael Snedic who I met on my last Tassie trip, to the Tarn Shelf to see the Fagus […]