Be it as a amateur casual photographer or as a professional one, you can’t deny the importance of photographic accessories in your life behind the lens. It’s the good use of these accessories together with your photographic skills which can eventually lead you towards that lane of excellence. So just to make sure you don’t miss out on the latest gadgets for photographers that are already available in the market, here’s our special roundup of 15 recent products from this category. Don’t let that ideal shot go bad during your weekend trips anymore!

PowerPole-Battery Integrated GoPro Pole

PowerPole-Battery Integrated GoPro Pole

The PowerPole is the world’s first battery integrated extension pole for the GoPro.

PoiseCam Camera Grip

PoiseCam Camera Grip

Enjoy the pleasure of a camcorder like experience from your iPhone by accessorizing it with the PoiseCam Camera Grip.

Satechi SCH-22 Camera Holder & Suction Cup Mount

Satechi SCH-22 Camera Holder & Suction Cup Mount

If you’re looking for an ideal alternative to carrying huge tripods for mobile photography, try the Satechi SCH-22 Camera Holder & Suction Cup Mount.

Sony HD Recording Binoculars

Sony HD Recording Binoculars

A true adventurer will never miss out any wow moment amidst nature with the Sony DEV-50V HD Recording Binoculars.

Olloclip 4-IN-1 Photo Lens For iPhone 6 & Plus

Olloclip 4-IN-1 Photo Lens For iPhone 6 & Plus

Your iPhone clicks will now be more enhanced and crystal clear once you pair it up with the Olloclip 4-IN-1 Photo Lens For iPhone 6 & Plus.

MaxStone iPhone Remote Shutter

MaxStone iPhone Remote Shutter

By letting you control your DSLR from your iPhone, it acts as a bridge in making photography even more convenient for your day to day lifestyle.

Relonch Camera

Relonch Camera

Taking fancy photos won’t require any professional knowledge of photography as you pair up your iPhones with the Relonch Camera.

WiFi Photo Cube Printer

WiFi Photo Cube Printer

Compatible with all iPhones, iPads, Samsung Galaxies and other Android devices, the WiFi Photo Cube Printer is the next accessory you must have for any party you attend.

Redier Hazel – HandCrafted, Genuine Leather Camera Strap

Redier Hazel – HandCrafted, Genuine Leather Camera Strap

Introduced in Q4 2014, the Hazel is one of the latest additions to Redier’s Signum Series camera straps – designed and crafted for compact/mirrorless camera users.

The SWIVIT PRO 360 Degree Multi-Position GoPro Mounts

The SWIVIT PRO 360 Degree Multi-Position GoPro Mounts

The SWIVIT® PRO 360 degree multi-position mounts for use with your GoPro Hero® camera will let you capture more happening All AROUND YOU when it really matters… While it’s happening.

GoPro Fetch Dog Harness

GoPro Fetch Dog Harness

Feel that awesomeness of visualizing the world from your pet’s perspective with this GoPro Fetch Dog Harness.

GripSnap

GripSnap

Use it to take pictures with your smartphone or GoPro anywhere you are!

HipJib Camera Support

HipJib Camera Support

Make your camera shooting experiences even more comfortable with a mobile jibarm approach coming through this HipJib Camera Support.

Spinpod

Spinpod

To enhance your efficiency in time-lapse photography, the best thing you can have as an ultra-affordable solution is Spinpod.

Watershot Pro Underwater iPhone 5/5S Housing

Watershot Pro Underwater iPhone 5/5S Housing

Power your iPhone with the smart capabilities of shooting best images while underwater with this Watershot Pro Underwater iPhone 5/5S Housing.

That being some of the latest photography gadgets, now it’s time we give you an added bonus too!

Bonus – 4 Great Tips on Photography

Unless you’re just a weekend photography hobbyist, chances are you’re interested in doing anything and everything possible to improve your work. Here’s how you can do so with the help of 4 simple tips.

1. Focus on What You Can Do Instead of What You Can’t

There is nothing wrong about pre-planning a photo shoot surrounding a specific object, weather condition, or any other important factor worth considering. But you should never lose hope when those plans don’t work out. Being a perfectionist isn’t harmful only if you know how to balance it well. As Peta Pixel states, your mindset is sometimes stuck on the fact that your lens isn’t long enough, or your camera’s shooting speed is too slow, or any other negative aspect of your equipment. But it is this mindset and desire for a perfect condition which is holding your photography back. So instead of focusing on the conditions you’re not able to achieve at a photo shoot, learn to experiment and play around with whatever you have. Above all, don’t ever get disheartened if your “perfect plan” doesn’t work out well.

2. Learning DIY Mods for your Camera

If you’re low on budget and can’t afford to buy a fancy new camera just now, try modifying your current camera on your own using regular tools and materials. It isn’t absolutely necessary for you to learn how to make DIY modifications for your camera but doing so can save you from unnecessary expenditure at times. When searching for modification techniques, you can go online to places like Photo Venture or try out YouTube for grabbing these DIY ideas. Whether it’s using a tennis ball to help stabilize your camera or using toilet paper tubes to create your very own macro lens, you’d be surprised by the number of modifications you can make on your own.

3. Don’t Let Your Perspective Stagnate

One of the toughest skills of being a photographer is to never let complacency set in. You should always be willing to upgrade yourself or change things up in order to improve your photographic skills. How you go about doing that is up to you, but as Digital Photography School suggests, visiting art museums or going to a zoo can give you some surprising inspiration. Overall, you should learn to play with new styles and skills because that’s what will eventually lead you towards becoming a versatile photographer.

4. Learn Your Equipment

How well do you actually know your camera? You can’t expect to become a brilliant photographer if you don’t master your tools, regardless of whether you own a simple DSLR camera like the SONY ILCA-77M2 or a next-gen 4K camera like the Panasonic Lumix GH4. The 4k designates the camera’s image resolution, or how many pixels are in each image. To get the hang of it, you need to make sure you spend as much time as you need to fully understand every single detail of your camera. Go through the manual if you have to. Light Stalking states you need to know exactly how shutter speed, ISO, and aperture function, both together and separately, is used in creating a photo. Knowing your camera settings and playing around with manually changing settings will give you incredible control over your photos.