Posts Tagged ‘Photo’

INTRO Ok, so you have made the decision to get on to the Analogue photography train, either for the first time or you are getting back on to it after spending time in the digital world, and after much thought and research, a camera has been purchased, lenses (if you have gone SLR or Rangefinder […]


It’s Photokina time again, and like normal there are the highly anticipated/rumored/leaked product releases that get confirmed or not confirmed. This year one of the big rumors has been the announcement of new mirrorless medium format systems. Hasselblad startled most several¬†months ago when they announced their new X1D-50 Mirrorless System.. This system has a body […]


Ok, i had hoped to bring you a reasonable post by now about mobile editing apps, but the sheer volume of apps left me rather bewildered as to what apps to chose to try out.. As you can see here, this screenshot is the top 27 FREE apps on the google play store, and thats […]


This is going to be a small series of posts, ¬†because there is way to much to cover in just one post… Im going to preface this post with a disclaimer, I have NEVER been a massive fan of using my mobile device as a replacement for a pocket camera. I would rather actually carry […]


09Jun16

It is officially Winter here in NZ now, and for most its a time to hunker down inside and do inside things on the cold long nights we have in the South. I like to use this time to make sure all my printing is done. I print Albums, especially if they are projects or […]


A serious question, and one that doesn’t really Here at http://www.southerncameras.co.nz we have a huge, and i mean HUGE catalogue of items, everything from batteries to cameras with enough megapixels to create problems for all but the gruntiest computers. But so far this year i have been surprised, our film sales, film processing and film […]


This is an interesting area of photography, its developing rapidly, and getting more interesting all the time. Mobile photography refers to using a mobile phone as a photographic device, when mobile phones started gaining cameras they were to put it simply, junk. I remember looking at pics from old phones and they just looked bad, […]