Let's celebrate those who are relentless about chasing perfection, those who don't compromise and who care for every single detail.
Let's celebrate those who are relentless about chasing perfection, those who don't compromise and who care for every single detail.
Recipient of the Canon Professional Grant, Camilla Rutherford, transformed her 'one-day' photography project, into a 'today' project, focused on regenerative agriculture.
Stephen Tilley's first experience with the Canon EOS R5 on a professional shoot. Stephen test out the EOS R5 at the Pepsi campaign for 99, which included a series of images that needed to be shot using late night lighting.
Amber Jones, a passionate underwater photographer’s experiences Oita in Japan 2019.
Anthony Gordon's Photographic Space Mission with the JAXA Space Agency
Learn about skate photography from Kingsley Attwood as he shoots his way around the bowl at The 10th Annual Mangawhai Skate Bowl Jam.
Clever Poppy teams up with Canon to showcase some fun, creative ways to use the Canon Selphy Square QX10 Photo Printer.
The Canon EOS 1DX Mark III makes it's photo and video debut at some of NZ's most anticipated music festivals!
Three kiwi climbers go to the Faroe Islands to attempt a new route on the iconic Trollkønufinger sea stack.
"intheopenair" follows one surfer, five New Zealand made surfboards and two winter months around the south coast of the North Island. A film created by Sam Curtin and Sink or Surface.
A mainstay of the Sydney music scene, Ruby uses her distinctive eye for hue and tone to capture an array of local and international artists.
Southern Studios recently embarked on a nationwide tourism campaign, capturing stills, motion and aerials throughout New Zealand with Canon equipment.
Autumn and winter are often a time of year when we naturally tend to stay inside, due to the cooler wet weather and shorter days. But winter can still be a great time of year for photographing fungi.
Award-winning astrophotographer Phil Hart has just released his jaw-dropping footage from 2017’s ‘Great American Eclipse’, the result of five years of work and one truly epic photography expedition. Here, he tell us about the journey and the 185 kilograms of photography gear he took with him.
Dive in for a behind-the-scenes look at National Geographic’s newest documentary, Save This Rhino with director, Taylor Steele and DOP, Thomaz Labanca and how their Canon gear created the ultimate run-and-gun filmmaking kit in South Africa.
In 1979 Wendy McDougall sold her first photograph to one of the biggest bands in Australia, The Angels. Here, she reflects on what's now been a 40-year career creating striking images of the most iconic Australian and International musicians.
Jules now photographs for newspapers and magazines all over Australia. So, what’s in her kit bag? Well, that 60D she originally owned is long gone.
Canon photographer Mark Clinton put his 5D Mark IV kit to the ultimate test when partnering with professional skiier, Fraser McDougall in New Zealand's Wanaka wilderness in a high-flying collaboration to get the shot. Watch the video here.
Warrick Eady was always a keen photographer, but it wasn’t until he came home to Australia after serving in Afghanistan with the army that it became a real influence on his life – thanks to the Canon Collective.
Canon Photographer Jay Collier has been working as a wildlife photographer in Africa since 2004. In this insightful guide Jay shares his favourite photography locations in Madagascar, along with advice on how to master the art of wildlife photography. Learn all about the 'Great Red Island' and its abundance of rare and beautifully bizarre wildlife.
Originally from Hong Kong, Elaine Li is an experienced travel photographer and Instagram sensation based in sunny Sydney. She is immensely passionate about travel and exposing herself to new cultures around the world – always with her camera in hand. Here Elaine shares her favourite photography locations in Helsinki and Lapland. From snow-white fields to ethereal pine forests, Finland sure has a lot to offer.
Brook Rushton is an accomplished travel, unit stills and fine art photographer based in Sydney. He has travelled the world shooting for projects like Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Tomorrow When the War Began, Killer Elite, Terra Nova, and James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge 3D. But it was while working in Morocco that Brook discovered his favourite photography destination and fell for the breathtaking landscapes of North Africa.
Earlier this year we partnered with the extremely talented Vanessa York from Fleurs du Mal, we asked her to do what she does best, to bring a perfume to life. The result was a perfume with the name, Love Lies Bleeding.
Tony Irving is an experienced landscape photographer with a great respect for the natural environment and its preservation. His pursuit of the world’s most idyllic landscape locations has led him across Europe, Asia, North America, but it’s the snow-capped peaks and turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rockies that Tony regards as the most special.
Jonathan Grey Mendoza (‘Jona Grey’) is a photographer and filmmaker from Sydney. As a travel agent-turned-travel-photographer, Jona has travelled to almost 60 countries with his partner Aubrey Daquinag, shooting for global brands and creating the moody images he has become known for. Here Jona shares his favourite photography locations in historic Egypt and Jordan, along with his recommended camera gear and settings. He also provides general advice on exploring these epic lands, and advice on what to pack for your epic photography trip.
Alex Ellinghausen: First Photographer named Australian Press Gallery Journalist of the Year
Jordan Hammond is a freelance travel photographer and storyteller from the UK who has travelled through Asia, Europe and beyond. However, it’s Peru that has truly won Jordan’s heart and he is immensely passionate about sharing the country’s dramatic landscapes and vibrant culture with the world. In this article, Jordan offers his tips on exploring Peru’s best photography locations, as well as a packing checklist and advice on the best camera gear and settings to use.
With its space-age cityscapes, bustling streets and centuries of culture to explore, Japan is one of the world’s greatest destinations for photographers. But there’s so much to see that it can be hard to know how or where to start. Here to help hone your focus, photographer and Japanophile Benjamin Lee zooms in on his two favourite Japanese cities: Tokyo and Kyoto. Read on to discover his favourite Japanese photography spots, as well as essential etiquette tips and recommendations on camera gear and settings.
The Canon EOS R was placed in the hands of five photographers in different Japanese locations. With only 24 hours to familiarise themselves with the new features, and re-think a new way of shooting, watch their first experience with EOS R.
Learn more about the making of the new EOS R system, how it will unlock a new level of optical excellence and expand the range of shooting even further.
Dr. Chris Brown journeys to Northern Japan for the ultimate test in low light performance – astrophotography with the EOS R and RF lenses. Check what he captures in this 24-hour challenge
Beren Hall shares his thoughts on the new EOS R, from a filmmaker’s perspective. See his first impression and what he captures.
Travel photographer Cait Miers uses the new EOS R to shoot the art of hand-crafted wooden surfboards in Japan. See her first impression and the images she captured in this 24-hour challenge.
Travel photographer Jarred Seng captures the intricate art of Samurai sword manufacturing with the new EOS R. See his first impression and what he captures on his 24 hours with the new EOS R.
With 2019 fast approaching, we reached out to some of the best travel photographers in the Canon community to put together a list on some of the best destinations to add to your photography bucket-list. Explore them here!
We sat down with Amber Jones from @amberandfriends_photography to talk about her passion for the ocean, sharks and how sharing this world through her imagery has helped spread the word on shark conservation and research.
Wildlife advocate Brad Leue created this incredible time-lapse on his front veranda in the Kimberley
The inaugural Canon Personal Project Grant enabled Richard Robinson to photograph the far reaches of New Zealand’s ocean territory. Written by Rebekah White, photographed by Richard Robinson.
In this interview Hugh talks about the evolution of his style has evolved, a memorable encounter with Clint Eastwood, and the joy he finds in connecting with people.
Award-winning photojournalist Darrian Traynor met some of the 80,000 displaced Syrians living in the Zaatari refugee camp — Jordan’s fourth largest city. See what he discovered here.
Canon Masters Jackie Ranken and Mike Langford travelled to China to explore the vast cultural heritage and surrounds of the ancient Silk Road between China and the Mediterranean.
William Pike has an infectious enthusiasm for adventure and is willing to tackle any challenge with a positive attitude, no matter how life changing.
The first official selection from Show Us What’s Possible immediately spoke to our expert panel. Watch more to see why.
Inspired by landscapes and a love of travel, Rach Stewart likes to explore the unknown, and find the all-important elements that connect humans with nature.
What happens when you give four different photographers a wedding dress, and ask them to produce a single image, with no brief.
A discussion of women’s surf imagery in 2017.
What happens when you take on a photo shoot, and all your inner thoughts, questions and doubts become impossible to ignore? Inner Critic—the latest experiment from THE LAB—aims to find out.
One of the participants from Inner Critic—the latest experiment from THE LAB—reflects on her experience and the impact the challenge has had on her professionally.
When I walked into Automata—the restaurant we were meeting at for the latest creative challenge in THE LAB series.
It’s a simple truth. If we’re always looking for inspiration in the same places, we’re likely to come up with similar results.
Underwater photographer and Tales by Light explorer Eric Cheng is spell-bound by the majesty of the sea. Read his story here.
Over two decades, the award-winning Canon Master Stephen Dupont has been a champion for the people of fragile and marginalised cultures through his hauntingly beautiful and intimate photographs of humanity.
In Vietnam's Hang Son Doong—the largest cave system in the world—photographer and Instagram sensation Jarrad Seng rediscovers the path to creativity. Check out his journey here!
Kim Tucci knows about the importance of capturing life with babies better than most—she has five of them! Kim’s the mum of one-year-old quintuplets with three older siblings
Acclaimed conflict photographer and Canon Master, Stephen Dupont, illustrates the scene behind one of his prized war-time images from Badakhshan.
Introducing the newest addition to The Lab series: Reflect, where we invite three photographers to a portrait shoot where the gap between shooter and subject is removed, exploring what happens to a photographer’s experience when portraits become truly personal.
Many think imagination ends with childhood, a cruel blow that many of us never recover from. But what happens when we lose it – do we really lose it?
It takes faith to look at a blank piece of paper and trust that, if you purchase it, you’ll be rewarded with an incredible piece of photography.
Shifting creative thinking behind the lens and pushing photographers to break the rules with experimentation.
Follow photographers from Australia and around the world as they push the limits of their craft. This series is produced, directed and shot by Abraham Joffe in collaboration with Canon Australia.
Behind every powerful image, is a powerful story. In this new three-part documentary series, go behind the lens with Angela and Johnathan Scott from Big Cat Diary, underwater photographer and publisher of WetPixel Eric Cheng, and war photographer Stephen Dupont.
Photographer Stephen Dupont tells of the human emotion he witnessed amidst a natural disaster.
Art Wolfe reveals why the fierce eyes of his subjects are the most powerful element in connecting with his audience in Tales by Light season one.
The Mysteries follows a tenacious, and perhaps crazy, quest to chase down an elusive image and provides a glimpse into the kind of singular passion that drives people to reach their goals, regardless of what stands in the way.
Be part of a challenge to frame images in your mind before they even exist.
Tales by Light season one storyteller Peter Eastway reveals the art of simplicity in photography as he shoots in the great white wilderness of Antarctica.
Tales by Light season one storyteller Darren Jew captures an ethereal image that tells how death and destruction breathed new life into a world along the ocean floor.
Professional photographer Alex Wallace explains why it is important to challenge yourself with personal projects.
Professional photographer Simon Devitt reveals what is behind his favourite architectural images
Aquabumps founder Eugene Tan reveals his life and business as a photographer capturing Australia's oceans and beach culture.
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Discover the moment one photographer knew he had captured something very special with these extordinary whale images.
In this unique experiment, you'll discover how the art of creating something from nothing comes to life.
Krystle Wright shares how her adventures as a photographer has changed her perception of the world.
Vogue fashion photographer Georges Antoni reveals the secrets to shooting fashion.
For Marina McDonald, pursuing her passion for photography was an emotionally healing experience that gave her focus to enjoy the beauty around her.
Six photographers. One subject. Discover how a photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than what's in front of it.
Mike Langford, travel photographer, book producer, landscape photographer, educator and awards judge, shares his story.