at P.O. Box 2600, Bendigo DC, Bendigo , 3554

Welcome to the SJPhoto Facebook page. Feel free to inquire at anytime about Wedding Photography packages, Portraits, Property Photography 0409 855 025
P.O. Box 2600, Bendigo DC
Bendigo , VIC 3554
Contact Phone
P: 0409 855 025

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 20:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 20:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 20:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 20:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 20:00
  • Saturdays: 11:00- 20:00
  • Sundays: 11:00- 20:00


Price category
$$$$ (50+)

Company Rating

547 FB users likes, set it to 8 position in Likes Rating for Bendigo, Victoria in Business services category

True Story: Two weeks ago my son and I were up at Porcupine Ridge looking towards Mount Franklin at sunset time. An hour earlier while enjoying a nice Thai meal we downloaded Adobe's Lightroom Mobile to our phones. So then with the Sony A6000 on the tripod it was possible to capture a beautiful sunset, a 25 MegaByte Camera RAW image. So from there with the A6000 setup as a WIFI server it was possible to send the image to our phones (don't ask me how the A6000 sent a 25 MB image to the phones, but it was done . . . had to be a reduced resolution version). Once there a few basic edits in the Lightroom Mobile App and away it went onto Facebook (whopping 67 KByte image just perfect for Social Media). So imagine this in the future for a Bride. Take loads of photos and she selects just the one she wants published. 5 mins editing in Lightroom Mobile on the phone or tablet, while the second shooter continues to fire away and whoosh, there you go, in that instant that she is married, all her Friends on Facebook get to see that perfect moment with her and her Groom. What a great service to provide and hey . . . You Nikon and Canon shooters can't do it :-) Because they've stopped innovating and creating solutions for Photographers like Sony. Loving it!

Published on 2015-11-18 07:51:10 GMT

Reminder: Don't forget to read the latest about photography on the Twitter Feed. Scroll down a bit and under Apps you will find a Twitter Link to see the latest photography news from around the world (I pump them out every 10 minutes now or 144 times a day, the Twitter App on my phone goes ballistic at times with all the Likings and Retweetings, but oh well). Lots happening as usual. The cameras are getting smaller (I love to think of my Sony A6000 as a Lens Cap Equivalent, so easy to lug two of them around at Weddings), the sensors are getting better and as usual Sony is leading the way :-)

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