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...

After their packed seminars and workshops last year, Thad and Bernie return for the best seminar yet. The two elements that can lift your photography to a higher level, are posing and light. Demonstrating these elements in a new and direct way, they will teach you how to create images that you never thought possible, and that your customers will love.  SPECIAL EARLYBIRD BOOKINGS: ...

In 1984 Pentax first release its original 645 medium format camera. In 1997 they upgraded it to the 645N which added auto focus capabilities and a full rage of auto focus lenses. Back then Camera Electronic was proudly the number one reseller of the Pentax 645 system in WA. Earlier this year in march Pentax unveiled the much anticipated 645D. After 5 years of development its finally here. We were lucky enough to have a demo unit come to the store so we could test it out...

We have the Zero 135 which takes 35mm film and the zero 6x9 which takes 120 roll film and can shoot in 6x4.5, 6x6 and 6x9 formats. Both cameras are real collectors items as well as functional cameras. All hand made in Japan and coming with an individually signed and numbered certificate of authenticity these cameras have a huge amount of old world charm and the fine craftsmanship shows. Don't miss your chance to own such a beautifully crafted camera, come in today to purchase one.Don't be fooled by the good looks, the images they produce are great and have a very unique quality to them. You can view images shot on these cameras by people around the world on Flickr here. ...

As many of us are aware Polaroid 600 film has been in short supply and we can only speculate as to when it will be available again. However if it's instant photos you want there are other options. Like the handy new format Polaroid 300. Polaroid 300 works the same way as the 600 film before it, but on a smaller scale. The prints come in at 4.6 x 6.2cm which allows for a much smaller and more convenient camera also. Even easier to carry around your neck on social occasions when you'll capture great moments and have instant prints to share and enjoy.Another great idea Polaroid have come up with is the new Pogo system of cameras with Zinc (Zero Ink) printing technology. There are two options here also. The first in is a digital camera with built in printer. The "Polaroid Two" is a very clever little camera indeed. With the ability to shoot a digital photo, just the same way your used to, then print it out in about 40 seconds. The Zinc technology means you never...