1. Help
    August 1st, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    How to get photos from your digital camera to Instagram in 3 easy steps

    Instagram may be designed for smartphones, but you’ve probably noticed that the best photos have a distinctly non-camera-phone vibe to them....

  2. Help
    May 23rd, 2014 by Lauren Crabbe
    How to adjust your iPhone camera’s settings

    Unlike a compact camera or a DSLR, your iPhone doesn’t let you adjust the most popular settings: aperture, lens length, shutter speed and white...

  3. Reviews
    May 9th, 2014 by Gavin Stoker
    Fujifilm FinePix S1

    Fujifilm’s FinePix S1 boasts a whopping image-stabilised 50x optical zoom, thanks to a huge zoom lens. This enables a focal range that’s the...

  4. Reviews
    February 7th, 2014 by Jay Town
    Fujifilm X-E2

    Mirrorless cameras are rapidly becoming the most popular form of photography today, and for good reason. They are positioned halfway between a compact...

  5. Help
    January 20th, 2014 by Derrick Story, Macworld
    How to use Wi-Fi for an expert photo workflow

    Much has been written about the Wi-Fi capability of new cameras. But how do you integrate these features into a useful workflow? In part, the answer...

  6. Help
    January 7th, 2014 by Dave Johnson, TechHive
    How to control focus and depth of field on your iPhone camera

    One of the most striking differences between your iPhone and a large camera like a DSLR is the way the two cameras focus and control depth of field....

  7. Help
    January 6th, 2014 by Derrick Story, Macworld
    How to shoot the best portraits with your iPhone

    The iPhone is a capable device for most of our daily snapshots. And even though it’s not quite as versatile as a dedicated digital camera, you can...

  8. Blogs
    November 24th, 2013 by Kirk McElhearn
    Travel tips: what you can’t leave behind

    Whether you travel all the time or just for holidays, you know what an ordeal it can be to make sure that you have all the tech gadgets – and their...

  9. Help
    September 18th, 2013 by Dave Johnson, TechHive
    Frozen in time: tips and tricks for photographing waterfalls

    Few natural subjects are as breathtakingly beautiful as waterfalls. Even tiny waterfalls – such as rapids in a stream – take on an almost otherworldly...

  10. Blogs
    September 15th, 2013 by Lex Friedman
    iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c or neither: which new iPhone should you buy?

    OK, let’s all breathe. We’re going to get through this together. Apple unveiled not one, but two brand-spanking new iPhones on Tuesday. You’re...

  11. Help
    August 10th, 2013 by Jeff Carlson
    Take better DSLR shots using… your smartphone?

    Photos are meant to be viewed large. Yet when taking a shot – that crucial moment when we should be most discerning – we usually rely on the camera’s...

  12. Blogs
    August 1st, 2013 by Serenity Caldwell
    What to do (and not to do) when travelling overseas with Apple gear

    When I’m at home, I have an Apple device for almost everything. My iPhone is my travel buddy, my iPad mini is my reading and writing companion,...

  13. App Guide
    July 15th, 2013 by Jackie Dove, Macworld
    Shoot and share video without Instagram and Vine

    Videos are the new snapshots, as long as they’re painlessly quick to shoot and share. It’s all too easy to focus on the tools with the most buzz...

  14. Help
    June 12th, 2013 by Dave Johnson, TechHive
    Total sharpness: hyperfocal photography

    Conventional wisdom has it that you should keep the background in your photos out of focus to draw attention to the subject in the foreground. Generally...

  15. Features
    March 12th, 2013 by James Galbraith
    Can your smartphone really replace your point-and-shoot camera?

    When I see something that I’d like to capture and save for posterity, or share with friends and family, I reach into my pocket for my ever-present...

  16. Reviews
    January 16th, 2013 by Theano Nikitas
    Samsung NX1000 DSLR

    Not surprisingly, manufacturers often pare down the body and feature set on entry-level cameras. But while Samsung has streamlined some aspects and...

  17. Reviews
    November 12th, 2012 by Gavin Stoker
    Canon EOS 650D

    Canon and Nikon are still the top choices when selecting a digital SLR for poster-sized professional results, as they maintain the widest range of...

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