Canon New Zealand
03/25/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Bokeh, from the Japanese meaning hazy or blurry, is the out of focus part of an image. What shape would you use? Here is a little tutorial to help you get started.
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Image by Sam Wales.
Canon New Zealand
03/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Dayna Hollyman has titled her image 'Drop' and we think it's gorgeous.
Share your best flower photo in the comments.
Canon New Zealand
03/23/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Macro lenses let you get up close and personal with your subject. Thanks to Bryce McQuillan for this awesome shot of a forest Gecko.

Here are a few more of his Macro shots. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Thanks to Johan Koch for this wonderful sunrise shot of Cockle Bay, Auckland. The still waters and a beautiful view making for some perfect photography, (and fishing) conditions.
Thanks Rob Dickinson for capturing this beautiful photo of the morning sun.

Share your shots with us, we love to see what you see.
#NoOneSeesItLikeYou
We update this gallery weekly with our favourite shots taken by you! We love seeing what you see, and if you'd like to see your photo here, make sure you're sharing your shots with us!

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Ok everyone. It's time to get creative! We are asking you to take the most interesting selfie you can. Think wild, think big, think different! The winner will win themselves a Canon Selphy printer. Get brainstorming, and good luck.

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Thanks to Chris McKay for this beautiful portrait of one of New Zealand's most interesting native birds, the majestic Kea.
Taking a great portrait is all about building a connection with someone. In this episode of the Lab, we asked three photographers to ask the person we chose for them some questions, and to use their answers to help them create the portrait.

What questions would you ask someone before taking their picture?
The clouds parted briefly allowing Sam Daly to catch this magnificent South Island moment.
We love street photography, it's a great weekend challenge. Try and spend a couple of hours in the city and really focus on the details of the people and street around you. Here is a little guide to get you started. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Thanks to Alex Zozulya for this great street shot.
Thanks to everyone who came to our Hamilton Zoo photography workshop, and special thanks to Selena McMinn for sharing this very cute shot of the Red Panda's first day out meeting the public.
It's a pleasure to see the creativity and passion in every photo you share with us on #NoOneSeesItLikeYou.This month's theme is 'adventure’.

Just upload your image, give it a title, and each week we will share your images with the community. Head here to share your images. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image by Jeffrey Ong
Thanks to Rory Gannaway for capturing and sharing this extraordinary image – he captured it at 4am!

Share your shots with us, we love to see what you see.
#NoOneSeesItLikeYou
We update this gallery weekly with our favourite shots taken by you! We love seeing what you see, and if you'd like to see your photo here, make sure you're sharing your shots with us!

Head along to [ Getfb.co Link ] and become part of the Canon Community, as well as find out more information about each of the photos you see here!
Our perfect Sunday morning is making a pot of coffee, loading up this week's photos and picking our favourites. Here is a little tutorial to help inspire your weekend photography - [ Bit.ly Link ]
Macro magic from Richard Brooker.
The EOS M5 is the perfect travel companion. Small yet powerful you'll never miss a moment on the road or at home.Get the details here - [ Bit.ly Link ]
Lake Ferry in the Wairarapa on a tranquil Summer’s evening through Rebecca Kempton’s lens.
Simple lines and interesting textures really help a black and white photograph stand out from the crowd. Thanks to Phil Blakely for this stunning image taken in the Sahara.

What is the best black and white you've taken?