Camera bags vs photo backpacks: which should you buy?

Camera bags vs photo backpacks: which should you buy?

If you’ve bought some new lenses or an extra body recently, you’re probably finding that you’ve outgrown your camera bag. Perhaps you’re struggling with whether to buy a bigger camera bag or take the leap to photo backpacks.

There are pros and cons for both large camera bags and photo backpacks…

Photo of the day: 16 July

Digital Camera World photo of the day | www.digitalcameraworld.com

This street scene demonstrates juxtaposition between every day life and ‘normality’ and the popular media representation of women.

Photo of the day: 4 July

Digital Camera World photo of the day

This fantastic documentary style photo captures the gritty realism of the moment.

Photo of the day: 2 July

Digital Camera World 2 July

A street full of Charlie Chaplins is not what you’d generally expect to see in your average street photo!

Photo of the day: 29 June

Digital Camera World photo of the day

This fun capture made it as our photo of the day. The positioning here makes the shot!

Photo of the day: 21 June

Digital Camera World photo of the day

This fantastic image is out photo of the day, and if we had a photo of the week it would definitely be that too!

Photo of the day: 1 June

Digital Camera World photo of the day

As well as being a well-timed and interesting picture to view, ‘Oops Sorry!’ by Rzley is a good example of documentary-style photography. The viewer is left curious about the story behind the image.

Photo of the day: 27 May

Digital Camera World photo of the day

‘Late Night in Vietnam’ by Jpharmd is a great example of street photography and projects the atmosphere of the moment. This picture is particularly helped by its composition, which follows the rule of thirds.

Photo of the day: 26 May

Digital Camera World Photo of the Day 26 May

‘Ad Versus Reality’ from George Donciu represents a recurrent theme in modern life; the image of perfection so often portrayed in today’s media is contrasted here against a ‘normal’ pedestrian.

Photographers Rights: the ultimate guide

Photographers Rights: police vs security guards

Photographers rights is one of the last things you learn as a photographer, long after the basics of composition and exposure. Yet a photographer’s rights is one of the more fundamental elements of photography. If you can’t use your knowledge of composition and exposure to take pictures of people in public, landmarks, animals, art work, or whatever, then what good is having a camera?

As governments around the globe have tightened anti-terror laws, we’ve heard more queries about just what exactly a photographer’s rights are when he or she is out with a camera. To help demystify the topic, we’ve produced what we hope is the ultimate guide to photographers rights.