“The Decisive Moment” was a term coined by the pioneer of street photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson. During his time, photography was still a relatively new art medium and it wasn’t taken seriously. Furthermore, photographers were often criticised for not having the same discipline and creativity as traditional artists as photographers can create their images in a matter of seconds, not hours.

This month we celebrate the decisive moment with our #TedsInTheMoment photo comp. We want to see how you capture the world, the highs, the lows, moments of action & joy! ...  Read More

Congratulations to @shaun.clancy , winner of Ted's August Black & White Photo competition! Check out his great image and a few of our favourite entries from the past month, did you make it on the list??? ...  Read More

During July and August this year, Ted's Maroochydore customer, avid photographer and "Everyday Hero" Richard West, made it his mission to ride his motorcycle around Australia in 62 days, with the goal of raising $10,000 for the charity Beyond Blue.

He was kind enough to share his images and story here...

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Shooting in cold weather presents problems for both photographers and their equipment.
In his latest article for Australian Geographic Ted's Master Andrew Peacock shares his essential tips on cold weather photography. ...  Read More

Black & White photography never goes out of style, from landscapes to portraits and everything in between. B&W has the ability to add new dimensions to an image, bring out subtle details or hide distracting elements.

Explore a world of shadows, highlights, tones & texture, with this months #TedsBlackAndWhite photo comp. We want to see your monotone masterpieces, B&W beauties and gorgeous greyscales!
Entertain us with your "Black & White" images and you could win ...  Read More