Sceptic about smartphone lenses? We tested out a kit for the October issue Gear Guide that lives up to the hype.
Gear Reviews: Photography
The latest industry news on all things photographic. New camera releases, accessory reviews and practical advice for travel photographers.
I have always wanted to try out the LEE filter system, spurred on by gorgeous, ghostly images of seascapes and streaked images of surreal skies. At the beginning of this year I finally got the chance to take them with me on a few assignments, and they didn’t disappoint.
Sure, a strong telephoto lens gets you those great feline whisker snaps, but what’s a close up without stability? A bad shot. That’s why you need a Bush Bag.
A few months ago I had an assignment to Storms River in the Eastern Cape, a place of mountain biking, tubing, kayaking and canopy tours (and much more). What better place to test this product?
With travel comes great photo moments and it’s likely those close to you like to capture their holiday moments. Here’s our pick of great budget gifts for photographers this festive season.
From canine-perspective snapshots to quick-draw camera brackets, we’ve found some of the coolest summer photography gadgets to add to your travel kit.
Take your phone photography from mediocre to magnificent with these nifty smartphone photo gadgets that won’t become obsolete when you upgrade.
Getaway staff reviewed the Capture Pro Camera Clip as well as the Leash Camera Strap from camera gear company Peak Design. Here’s what we felt after using them.
Don’t be a target for criminals when travelling – pack your photographic gear into a camera bag that won’t make you look too obviously like a tourist.
Use a basic DSLR to experiment with night-sky photography.