A big thanks to Mark Gee from The Art of Night for sharing this day to night timelapse. He shot this recently on the Canon 6D over 13 hours at Cape Palliser. His patience and attention to detail were definitely rewarded!
If you would like to try this yourself, here is a tutorial to get you started: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Adventure awaits this Summer and what better way to keep your gear safe on your travels than with a Crumpler bag. Built for purpose and made to last they're the perfect companion for you and your camera. [ Canon.co.nz Link ]
Natural light could be the main character in your landscape photography. Try using a map-centric sun and moon calculator. It will show you how the light will fall on the land, day or night, for any location on Earth before you arrive. Check the app here: [ Suncalc.net Link ]
Image courtesy of Anupam Hatui.
It's time to start fresh. Turn over a new creative leaf. Are you going to shoot more portraits, get up for more sunrises or just always carry your camera with you? What are some of your New Year's resolutions?
Here is something to help get you started: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Family can be many different things to different people. Family can be your friends, your workmates or even your pets, what photograph have you taken that captures what family means to you?
Image courtesy of Sue Shepherd
Family portraits are a great way to create lasting memories, but your vision of your family might differ from your child's. Why not give them creative control and see what kind of images you end up with!
Here are some great tips to get you started: [ Canon.co.nz Link ]
Printing and framing your images is not as straightforward as you might think. Stylist Jason Grant shares some tips on how to best use colours and space to make the most of your images at home. Show us your photo display in the comments.
We asked a group of photographers to shoot a scene that only exists in a child's imagination. What they discovered tested their approach to photography and their understanding of a child's perspective on the world.
Why not try this yourself and ask a little one what they would like you to photograph?
Creative Park projects are great for the kids' school holidays. Let the little ones choose their favourite designs, download for free, then just print and get creating. Why not share their creations in the comments? See the link below for more information. [ Cp.c-ij.com Link ]