Now you've got yourself a compact mirrorless or DSLR camera, you're going to want to be able to shoot a variety of pictures and modify your camera and lenses to suit your subject. Every lens has a different job; the wide-angle lens captures more scope than the human eye can, so it can make a photograph appear much grander even though you're up close, and, on the flipside, a macro lens will pick up incredible details when your subject is only a few inches away. Argos also stocks a variety of attachments for lenses, shades, caps and hoods, so you can accessorise your camera accordingly. With our camera cases and bags, you'll have somewhere safe to store all your new gear in one place.

If you want to be able to stay out on longer shoots, why not pick up extra camera batteries and battery chargers so your camera doesn't run out of juice whilst you're still in the zone – an extra memory card would also help you in these situations. Plus, if you're out shooting nature, a handy tool would be a pair of binoculars so you can assess your subject or path from a distance before deciding on continuing or popping on a zoom lens. When you return, you'll want somewhere safe to back up your images, so why not get a hard drive for your laptop or computer.

Now you've got yourself a compact mirrorless or DSLR camera, you're going to want to be able to shoot a variety of pictures and modify your camera and lenses to suit your subject. Every lens has a different job; the wide-angle lens captures more scope than the human eye can, so it can make a photograph appear much grander even though you're up close, and, on the flipside, a macro lens will pick up incredible details when your subject is only a few inches away. Argos also stocks a variety of attachments for lenses, shades, caps and hoods, so you can accessorise your camera accordingly. With our camera cases and bags, you'll have somewhere safe to store all your new gear in one place.

If you want to be able to stay out on longer shoots, why not pick up extra camera batteries and battery chargers so your camera doesn't run out of juice whilst you're still in the zone – an extra memory card would also help you in these situations. Plus, if you're out shooting nature, a handy tool would be a pair of binoculars so you can assess your subject or path from a distance before deciding on continuing or popping on a zoom lens. When you return, you'll want somewhere safe to back up your images, so why not get a hard drive for your laptop or computer.