Photographing a couple’s big day is as great a privilege as it is a responsibility. You’ve got one chance to get it right, so you need to be properly prepared. But what, and how much, gear do you really need? Professional event, portrait and editorial photographer Dylan Goldby shares his advice.
Along with a great eye and perfect timing, the right gear is central to successful street photography. Find out what to look in a camera/lens and how to work it to your advantage when capturing life off-guard.
Delving into videography but need help deciding what gear to get? Covering digital cameras, lenses and essential accessories, CameraPro’s video buying guide is for you. Read our recommendations on the ideal video setup.
Fancy a walk on the wild side (photographically speaking)? Whether you’re preparing for a safari adventure or just want to hone your birding technique, our wildlife photography tips will help put you on track.
So much is possible when you have the right tripod or monopod. Choose yours wisely and it will both transform your shooting AND last you well into the future. Find out everything you need to know about the different styles of tripods, monopods and heads; when to use them; what to look for when buying; and tips on using tripods correctly.
There’s a lot more to the ideal camera bag than its capacity to store and protect your gear. The right style of bag can transform the way you shoot. We detail the various camera bag options and which styles are best suited to your needs.
We were lucky enough to receive one of each lens from Nikon Australia to test for a day, so we headed down to Kangaroo Point for an early morning shoot. While not being able to do an in-depth review I certainly got a good feel for each lens.
Like aiming your camera through a magnifying glass, macro photography opens a fascinating portal to a world rich with normally unseen detail. Discover all the essentials you need to get started in this unique art.
Want to get started in sports photography? Find out what to look for when it comes to cameras, lenses and accessories.
While ambient light can look extraordinary, it’s not always easy (or possible) to tame or predict. Understanding how flash and continuous lighting work will help you decide which option/s will best achieve the shot or clip you’re after.