Every photographer has had that annoying moment when the perfect shot happens right at the same time as the battery in their camera dies. Don’t let it happen again by making sure you’ve got spare camera batteries and chargers in your bag. The only thing that compares in annoyance is running out of space on your memory card, so always ensure you have at least one spare memory card in your kit, so you can keep shooting all day long. We also have instant film cameras if you’re a more analogue style of person.
To get the most from your camera you may want to purchase an additional camera lens. The lens you use can have a massive impact on the quality of your final shot and some lenses are designed for very specific purposes. So, if you like wildlife photography make sure you have a lens that is right for your subject, that might mean a zoom lens for birds, but a macro lens for up-close work with insects.
And after your shoot is done it can be useful to offload your work onto a computer for storage and editing. We sell a range of laptops and tablets which can help you take your raw photos and give them a final polish before printing.