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26th Feb 2016
Would you like to improve your landscape photography?
Would you prefer personalised tuition on a one2one basis rather than being part of a large group?
Are you a bit worried about booking a session with a pro and want to know what is involved?
Read on to learn about a recent one2one booking, the subjects we covered and see some of the images we managed to make.
4th Jan 2016
What is the best way to keep warm during the cold, frosty, snowy winter days?
We have all heard about the 'layering' system where we wear a number of light, warm layers which we can add to or remove as our body temperature changes throughout the day but is this really the best way for photographer to keep warm?
The short answer is - No it isn't, continue reading to learn just how to wrap up warm this winter and keep yourself out, taking great images when the others have long since retreated indoors.
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25th Mar 2015
And now for something completely different .......................
As a change from my usual landscape and wildlife work I recently photographed an engagement party and thought it would be interesting to talk a little about my experience and the techniques I used. Event photography requires a completely different skill set to those of the landscape or wildlife photographer, skills which we might not use all the time but should we get asked to photograph an event then its always good to know how to go about it. It involves using a flash, now I know not everyone is comfortable using a flash, some will run a mile at the thought of it while other will claim to only use natural light but read on as I take you through the basics of using a flash.
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