Do you ever find yourself needing the use of a tripod or monopod when you just cant hold your camera as steady as you'd like it?, or get that low light shot as sharp as you'd like it? or are you the kind of person thats conscious of space & weight? This could just be the answer to your prayers...

Not long ago Canon announced a few new cameras for their compact range, two being the Powershot S95 and the Ixus 1000HS. These cameras are aimed at two different markets - if you are an everyday happy snapper who likes pointing and shooting the 1000hs is made for you. On the other hand if you're someone who likes more control and better results then the Powershot range is the one your eyes should be on.Anyone who loves their cameras, be it big DSLR's, Mirror-less Micro 4/3's or Compact's will have heard about Canon's Powershot S90. It really was a giant leap forward as far as compact cameras go… 10mega pixel sensor with amazing low light capabilities, full manual control with RAW Shooting and a very friendly rotating front ring. I don't think I need to go on for you to know it was a lovely camera...

Tony Hewitt, AIPP Grand Master Photographer, Hon Fellow AIPP,  and Denis Glennon AO, have combined their respective expertise to present Tony’s inaugural Masterclass in Western Australia.Get in Quick as only 12 spots are available! http://denisglennon.com/tony-hewitt-masterclass-on-rottnest-island/...

Dont forget to get in quick to secure your spot at the Nikon Workshop, Sunday the 29th of August.Join Legendary AIPP Master and 2010 AIPP Wedding Photographer of the year  Rocco Ancora and 2010 AIPP Victorian Portrait Photographer of the year Vicki Bell as they share there tips and techniques with you, Also a full range of Nikon pro gear will be available for you to test and shoot with. Full lunch on he day also included...

One of our customer's has been working hard for the past 2 years putting together another body boarding film. Lately hes been shooting his video work on Canon digital SLR's with L series lenses. If you haven't seen the video quality you can achieve with them you have to check it out...