Billed as a 3-in-1 bag / sling strap / hand strap combo, the BlackRapid SnapR20 is a cleverly designed bag and strap system catering towards compact camera users. The main drawcard with this bag is the ability to use it in three different configurations – as a strap and bag combo, a sling strap alone, or just as a wrist strap if you’re really travelling light.
Flash brackets allow flashguns to be placed off-camera and help eliminate the dreaded deer-in-headlights look.
Here’s how to make your own Flash Bracket for under $5.
Every photographer dreams about having a portable computer on a shoot. We take a look at the ASUS Eee PC – an ultra-portable from the that boasts a 7 inch screen, compact form factor and reasonable battery life.
In search of DIY excellence, Rob Will takes us through the process of building a large, wall mounted digital photo frame, using an old laptop and LCD monitor.
Sensor cleaning is one of the necessities with Digital SLRs, if one is interested in blemish-free photos. In this article, we look at dry sensor cleaning in general, as well how the Arctic Butterfly 724 sensor brush from VisibleDust performs this task.
A lighting system in photography seems to be a fairly expensive area to get into. Thankfully, this article will show you how to put together a flexible and robust lighting system that is both useful and relatively easy on the hip pocket, for under US$75.
Just before Christmas I scanned a heap of old family photos, including many black and white ones in need of some restoration. In this tutorial, Adrian Broughton takes us through a step by step on hand colouring photos in Adobe Photoshop CS.
Shuttertalk takes time out to interview Jamie Ferguson from Studio J Media, event photographer extraordinaire – renowned for assignments such as the 2003 Melbourne Cup, Gold Cost Indy for Redline, Australian Swimwear Model of the Year, Miss Indy, V8 Supercar, QC Girl, Miss West Coast, Summergirl, and more.