Share Your Photos Instantly With Wifi Enabled Cameras


One of the hottest new features in camera technology is on-board wireless capabilities, which allow you to download, backup and share your photos without the need to physically connect your camera to a computer.   Today I’m going to look a little deeper into the wifi functions currently available and the way various manufacturers are incorporating them into their latest models.

Create a before and after photo treasure and you might win...


  Compare last year’s photos of your children with your kids today – the difference is startling! Photography allows us to capture the past and compare it to the present. Before and after photos are really interesting: especially when they are done well. Some can even be hilarious. Try composing a before and after photo series and you will have created a unique photo memory and you might win the awesome Canon Rebel T5i camera. Read on for more details …

Get The Best Photos Of Your Kids This Summer


The summer is finally in full swing, and if you’re a parent like me, you’re probably spending a lot more time with your kids now that school is out.    The summer is an important time in the lives of children, arguably the highlight of the year, and as parents it’s our job to document these fun-packed, carefree days.   Today I’m going to give you my angle on taking great photographs of your kids.

The New Nikon D810 Packs Incredible Resolution!


Nikon has just announced the release of it’s latest full-frame DSLR – the D810. This is a camera that promises a big leap forward in terms of resolution, putting it in league with medium format cameras, which are considerably more expensive.

5 Tips For Shooting Great Summer Photos


Saturday the 21st was summer solstice, the longest day of the year the official start of summer 2014. Canadians really come alive in the summer, and on these long beautiful summer days you can feel all that energy stored up over the winter. Summer is a great time to dust off that camera that’s been sitting on the shelf and get outside and make some great photos. Today I’m going to give you my top 5 tips for shooting amazing photographs this summer.

Wink at the Canon PowerShot SX600 and it’ll shoot you!


The Canon SX600 is a 16 mega pixel point-and-shoot, with a 18x optical zoom. It’s a small and lightweight camera, which makes that big optical zoom all the more impressive. It comes with some unique shooting modes too – including ‘Wink Self-Timer’. Read on to learn more…

The Ultimate Wedding Photography Kit.

This ultimate photography kit will help you cover all the different shots you'll need to get as a wedding photographer.

Top 5 Wedding Photography Tips


Wedding photography is one of the most demanding forms of photography you can practice. You need to know your equipment inside out, and you need to be able to work fast and unobtrusively, you need to be creative at a second’s notice and make the best of the environment you’re in. You also need to have a really strong grasp of lighting and know how to deal with tricky low-light situations. Today I’m going to give you my top 5 tips for making great wedding photographs.  

HDR: Photography On Steroids


High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography has been one of the big photographic movements of recent times, and although the form has existed since the 1800s, it’s really taken on a life of it’s own since the Digital Boom.   Today I’m going to give you the ingredients and know-how you need to try some HDR for yourself.

Sony RX100 III camera proves good things come in small packages


There’s no need to sacrifice quality for size when it comes to your digital camera. The Sony RX100 III is a compact camera that rivals the larger (and heavier) DLSR cameras. It’s as light as a smartphone but takes far superior photos.   This is the next generation camera from Sony’s first version, the Sony Cybershot RX100, that was released in 2012.  The Sony RX100 III is a faster, smarter and improved version.   Here’s what you can expect from this powerhouse pocket camera.  

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