Canon Australia

"It took SIX months to get this shot! Returning to the same location dozens of times I never quite got the capture I was after...until last Friday. A bushfire nearby creating a smoky mist along with a piercing morning light brought about my dreamy capture to realisation. Hope you like it!" - @martin_snicer Shot on a EOS 6D and EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens ISO 100 | f/7.1 | 1/200"
"I love native terrestrial orchids, espeically spider orchids like this one. They are often quite small and inconspicuous, so the first challenge is to find one. Tread carefully and obviously don't pick them. I get the black background by bringing a black shoebox with me, positioned against the sun. Macro photography requires absolutely no movement, so a good tripod and a release cord are a must, as is a lot of patience. It's rare for there to be no wind at all here in Perth, and any kind of wind is a nightmare for macro. It's best to shoot on a cloudy day, but this shot was taken midday on a sunny day and worked out well." - @anthropomoflora Shot on a EOS 7D and EF-S 60mm f/2.8 USM Lens ISO 100 | f/5 | 1/30
"How far does it go? 🏛 #bringyourcuriosity " - @switchstreet Shot on a EOS 1100D and EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens ISO 1000 | f/3.8 | 1/80"
“‘GET ON THE GROUND.’ This shot was in my head as I went to an Instameet and this is an image I came up with at midnight that kinda made myself laugh. Swipe for a #behindthescenes look.” - @odetobokeh Shot on a EOS 6D Mark II and EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Lens ISO 1600 | f/3.2 | 1/25"
"Red-necked avocet feeding late in the afternoon." - @james_wildlife Shot on a EOS 1D X Mark II and EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM Lens ISO 2000 | f/8 | 1/2000"
#AstroFest 2018 delivered the goods yet again 😍🌟🌠 ... Images by: Luke Tscharke, Bratislav Curcic and Uri Abraham
"One year ago, today my friend Nick and I set out on an adventure to capture the Matterhorn reflecting in the Stellisee. I should say we are from Western Australia therefore, we are definitely not experienced in dressing warm enough for sub zero mountain temperatures. Armed with our converse, a summer sleeping bag and our Canon DSLR’s we started the short hike to the Stellisee. At first there were a couple of tourists lingering but they soon cleared off as the sun started to drop and the last train left. We set up our tripods on the edge of the lake and started capturing the different pastels of colour in the clouds. As we were photographing a local fox came, we didn’t know this at the time but this fox would come back repeatedly. The fox went into Nicks bag in search of food but found his train ticket, of course this resulted in us chasing the fox through the rocky terrain to get the ticket back. As the mountain range turned into a beautiful pink/ orange, the wind dropped off, and the silence became thick throughout the air. The temperatures started to plummet rapidly, so we whipped out our trusty sleeping bag, listening to the occasional fish causing a stir in the water next to us. At about 12pm it was starting to get unbearably cold to the point we couldn’t feel our feet, we heard a slight noise to our right. As we turned the torch on there was that damned fox again trying to drag my 10kg backpack off a rock. We immediately swung into action, almost stumbling over one another chasing this fox before he ran off with what little we had brought along with us. Now too cold to lie down we decided to turn our cameras back on with our numb fingers to capture some night time star scenes over the Matterhorn. As we left the cameras running for the next two hours, some Swedish tourists came and joined us in attempting to stay overnight. We spent the night sharing stories and running around to try keep warm. The sun slowly started to pierce over the horizon in the morning that’s when this photo was taken." - @davidammann Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM Lens ISO 50 | f/11 | 1/4" | 35mm focal length
"Winter Sunset at Old Man’s Rock." - @davey_rogers Shot on a EOS 6D Mark II and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 100 | f/11 | 30" | 16mm focal length
Happy #WorldElephantDay ! Thanks @benmcraephotography for sharing this incredible shot of these gentle giants 🐘 Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 640 | f/10 | 1/2000"
"Fujisan. So serene and peaceful on a summer morning that it's easy to forget what lies beneath it. Here we discovered solidified rivers of basalt, pebbles of scoria littering the lake's shore (some of which came home with me), and lava tubes snaking under the forest floor. Here I found not only a beautiful and surreal holiday destination, but also a love of volcanoes and tectonics and all the other forces that created the world we stand on. This place is why I'm now pursuing my next adventure: a degree in geology. And this place is why New Zealand, Iceland and Western Australia are next on my geological travel bucket list" - @h_e_x_o Shot on a EOS M6 and EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens ISO 100 | f/13 | 1"
From where we’d rather be 😍 Shout out to those who attended our recent @canoncollectiveofficial festival at the #SunshineCoast .
#TAKEOVER : “The moment I saw the work of Phil Thurston (@ThurstonPhoto ) I knew it would have an impact on the way I viewed the ocean, especially the way water bends and warps over shallow reefs and the effort and sacrifice required to capture it all with a camera. Phil is one of the most passionate visual artists and story tellers I’ve ever met – a super talented human with an incredible sense of purpose and direction. His experience in and knowledge of the ocean coupled with his thirst for adventure makes him one of the most inspirational image makers in the business. It was difficult selecting a single image of Phil’s work to feature but I couldn’t go past this beautiful beast, titled ‘Purpose’.” - @warrenkeelan , our guest curator this week. Shot on a EOS 5D Mark II with EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM Lens and @aquatech_imagingsolutions Waterhousing. ISO 125 | f/6.3 | 1/1250”
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