Photography Camp wrap up (but wait there’s more…)

Another Element photography camp is done and dusted! As the group return home full of stories and experiences, Lachie and Mike head home to the comfort of their beds, reminiscing on the week that was. Such has been the success of the school camps that we have run the last few years, that we are now looking to answer the question: Will Element run photography …Keep Reading…

Year 10 Students to get behind the lens for Element’s Sunshine Coast photography camp

This coming week Element photography extraordinaires Lachie and Mike will be taking a group of students from Brisbane’s Anglican Church Grammer School (Churchie) on a week long photography camp in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Have a look at what the boys can expect from the week ahead and enjoy some of the photos from last year’s camp!     The camp It’s an immersion in …Keep Reading…

Element captures the mess and the memories at Nature Play QLD’s Mud World

So it turns out it’s okay to get dirty. And that’s exactly what more than 2,400 “muddlings” did at last weekend’s Nature Play Queensland’s Mud World at Underwood Park.   What is Mud World? Mud World is about getting kids playing outside for some good old fashioned mess making and the Element team weren’t going to miss it.     Kids and adults alike, got …Keep Reading…

EPIC: By the Numbers

Want to know what goes into covering one of Queensland’s leading sporting events? Well Element has got you covered. We’ve used our high school maths to bring you the numbers behind the 2018 Flight Centre Cycle and Trail Run Epic.   EVENT STATS Over 2,500 participants and spectators headed out to Hidden Vale Adventure Park for an epic weekend of mountain biking and trail running …Keep Reading…

Are you faster than a speeding train?

Well that’s the question that more than one hundred mountain bike riders geared up to find out recently at the second annual Brisbane Valley Rail Trail (BVRT) End-to-End Extreme Challenge – and Element came along for the ride too.     The 161 kilometre ride from Wulkuraka in Ipswich to Yarraman at the northern end of the trail, follows the old Brisbane Valley rail line. …Keep Reading…

Tour de France: Is seeing the tour live worth it?

Element photographer Scott Veitch, who is currently spending a year in France, writes about his day at the Tour de France.     I’ve covered a few cycling events in my day (such as Rd 3 of the SEQ Enduro Series) but seeing the Tour de France was the one I’d been hanging out for.   I wanted to be there, live on the roadside …Keep Reading…