News   

Camera Electronic lights up Perth CBD

February 21, 2017

Camera Electronic, Perth’s leading professional photographic outlet, celebrated the opening of its second showroom on Thursday, February 16, by inviting industry partners, staff, customers, as well as family and friends along to a party at the new Murray Street outlet. … Continue reading

News   

Snappr expands to US

February 14, 2017

Australia’s ‘Uber of professional photography’, Snappr, which offers on-demand photography from $59, will expand into the US after scoring investment support from Silicon Valley-based venture capitalist firm, Y Combinator. Snappr will first launch in San Francisco and establish an office … Continue reading

Opinion   

Editorial 70: Future of photo events

February 14, 2017

With The Digital Show cancelled, it’s apparent that these are testing times for organisers of sizeable photographic events in Australia. The end of The Digital Show, primarily aimed at professionals and enthusiasts, leaves the calendar looking even more patchy. Many … Continue reading

Sigma shows four new lenses

February 22, 2017

Sigma’s relentless expansion of its Canikon-challenging high-end lens range continues with the announcement of three new full-frame compatible Art lenses – a 14mm f1.8, 135mm f1.8, and 24-70mm f2.8 – and a 100-400mm F5-6.3 Contemporary lens (also full frame). The new … Continue reading

‘World first’ trigger for Canon RT + studio flash

February 22, 2017

Australian distributor PROtog has announced local availability of the Jinbei TR611C TTL flash trigger, compatible with one of the world’s most popular flashes, Canon’s 600EX-RT speedlight, in combination with studio flash. Flash lighting specialist Jinbei is the world’s first manufacturer … Continue reading

Research   

It’s official: Photojournalists a happy bunch of blokes!

February 22, 2017

The World Press Photo organisation has released research – The State of News Photography – over the past two years based on responses from photographers who have submitted entries to the WPP awards. They get an extraordinarily high level of … Continue reading

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