To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Canon EOS System, we chat to Australia's top image-makers about their favourite gear and the unforgettable experiences behind them.
Liz Ham is one of Australiaʼs most renowned female photographers, injecting her dreamy aesthetic to her work across fashion, advertising, documentary, portraiture and wedding photography. Her career spans two decades and is broad in both form and appeal, comprising a signature style of humour, nostalgia and narrative.
Liz reflects on the move from medium format to the EOS system, and how it enabled her to shoot in ways she never before could have. Watch below.
Liz's work has been published by the likes of Vogue Australia, Dazed and Confused, i-D Australia, Russh, Oyster and Vogue Nippon. She is currently working on a book project called Punk Girls to communicate the beauty and strength inherent in the women of the Punk movement.
In our first in a series of industry conversations during COVID-19, Melbourne Studio and Rental Manager David Leyshon speaks to photographer Tracey Lee Hayes about how she’s navigated the experience of lockdown, the best ways she’s found to use time and opportunities for those in the industry to support each other during and after the pandemic.
Fashion and commercial photographer Richard Freeman travelled to North Sumatra in Indonesia for his recent shoot and used the Sunbounce Cage on the beautiful sunny beachscape. Find out what he had to say about the experience….
GoPro Hero 4, the most advanced model from the GoPro range, offers auto low light and night lapse modes and great resolution up to 4K. Controlling GoPro Hero 4 is ultra convenient, as you need to just view, tap and swipe the screen!
Pratley’s series of SEPA 2018 portraits grew organically out of encounters in daily life with people, a reminder that people you walk past every day often hold valuable experience. His images are an education in adversity and how to continue on.