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.
One of Australia’s most successful lifestyle photographers, Steve Baccon got his start in the industry with a cadetship at Fairfax Community Newspaper when he was 19, later working freelance for Fairfax Magazines at the Sydney Morning Herald and Sun Herald.
He has since photographed personalities including Geoffrey Rush, Dave Grohl, Matt Damon and Cindy Crawford, and his regular advertising clients include Billabong and Oakley. Steve is now working on a new book called The Shapers Project - a behind the scenes look at the unique characters of surfboard shaping.
From finding his style and passion during his cadetship, to submerging a Canon EOS-1Ds in the ocean, prominent lifestyle photographer Steve Baccon reflects on his evolving career.
Canon's flagship professional body has entered a new era. Today, Canon Australia launches the ultimate professional camera, the EOS-1D X Mark III, offering professional image makers limitless possibilities, at blistering speeds.
When Chris Ireland was invited to direct a documentary on the process of making Tom Carroll’s first exhibition, it was unknown territory for both the legendary surfer who had never photographed for gallery walls, and the director who had never met the subject or used the camera he’d be shooting on.
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….
Presented in partnership with Canon Australia, Georges discussed the business and creative elements behind some of his key images and the decisions that have lead him to become one of the most sought after fashion photographers in Australia.