Blurb Photobook

Review of Blurb Book Layflat Photobook

Blurb is a online publishing platform that allows anyone to create, self-publish, share and sell their own prints, wall art, books and ebooks. It's been a long time since I made a photo book. The last book I made was over a decade ago using Photobook Australia. It was a small square softcover book that … Continue reading Review of Blurb Book Layflat Photobook

Peak Design Repair Experience – Robin Mascall

I use a Peak Design 20L Everyday Backpack for my camera gear, and it comes with me to work, and everywhere I go. It’s a fantastic bag, it features enough pockets for spare batteries, filters and cables. Inside the main compartment, there are 3 adjustable folding shelves. These are fantastic! They are held in by … Continue reading Peak Design Repair Experience – Robin Mascall

Why print when you can Instagram? – Harmeet Gabha

Welcome back to another entry in our new blog series on Fuji X Aus. If you have been playing along at home, then you will have seen a steady stream of blogs containing insights, opinions and experiences from a diverse and talented range of members of our very own community. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to … Continue reading Why print when you can Instagram? – Harmeet Gabha

In this article on Nightscape Photography we cover tips on: Settings and Gear … — photographingGOD Photography

Digital Photography School In this article on Nightscape Photography we cover tips on: 🌌 Settings and Gear 🌃 Location Scouting 🌖 Moon-watching 🎆 Other Environmental Notes Read it at https://digital-photography-school.com/4-tips-for-better-nightscape-photography/ Read More at Digital Photography School via In this article on Nightscape Photography we cover tips on:

How to capture the true personality of your subject behind the lens — The Fujifilm Blog

Commercial and editorial photographer James Bellorini is no stranger to portrait photography and has captured many faces on camera but how does he ensure that he always captures the true personality of his subject behind the lens? via How to capture the true personality of your subject behind the lens — The Fujifilm Blog