A podcast where we speak to Australia and New Zealand’s most inspiring photographers and filmmakers to find out what makes them tick and the Canon gear they use for their craft.
Our very own host from Season One, Jarrad Seng is joined by Canon New Zealand’s, Ben Journee to bring you this season of Canon Convos, where they delve into the lives of a diverse bunch of creatives from both sides of the ditch. Check out the latest episode below.
Season Two, Episode One: Jarrad and Ben talk through the new format of the podcast, get to know each other a little better, and spend some time reminiscing on standout podcast moments from 2020.
Australian-based photographer Jarrad Seng and New Zealand's Ben Journee have partnered to bring you stories, experiences and advice from some of the countries' best creatives.
Jarrad is an Australian-based photographer, filmmaker, and creative director who has worked on projects across the globe. From tourism campaigns to short films, Jarrad’s unique creative vision often sees him go to great lengths to pull of his crazy ideas, with his trusty Canon EOS R5 always in hand.
Ben is a videographer and podcaster based in Aotearoa, New Zealand. His work spans across wedding videography, content creation for brands, and hosting multiple podcasts. Ben loves to create fun, engaging content for people all over the world and his creative tool of choice is the Canon EOS C70.
Check out these tips and stories from our hosts and guests.
From natural light to high-speed flash, give your wedding photography a boost with lighting tips from James Simmons.
Astrophotographer Matt Vandeputte shares tips on the best camera gear and settings to use when capturing the magic of the night sky.
Celebrated for her dramatic landscapes and ultra-emotional portraits, Queensland-based photographer Melissa Findley has travelled the globe in search of the perfect photo. But it’s the “people, culture and chaos” of India that have truly captured her imagination.
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.
Time-lapse filmmaker Matthew Vandeputte shares his Astrophotography tips for making your next shoot a success.
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!
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