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How to get that Blurry Background Photograph
April 28, 2018 by admin In Hints and tips 0 Comments

This week I’ll show you how to get that blurry out of focus background look. By this I mean a shallow depth of focus where the subject is in focus and the background...

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Super wide photos with a kit lens

Today I am going to show you how to shoot a super wide angle shot with a kit lens.   This is predominantly for still subjects, big landscapes and scenes without...

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The sony RX10iii Review (one year after owning it)

Today I’m going to talk about one of the cameras I’ve been using for the past year. What I like about it, what I don’t and whether or not it’s a worthwhile...

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How to Photograph Waterfalls

Today I am going to show you how to photograph waterfalls. Some people like them crisp and clean, others like them smooth and silky. I’ll show you a range from...

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How your composition can trick your light meter

This week I’ll show you how your composition can trick your light meter The light meter in your camera is a sophisticated bit of kit. It has a few different settings...

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The direction of Light

This week I’ll show you how the direction of light can affect your photographs Photography is all about light and the direction of light. If the light is coming from...

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Exposure Bracketing

This week I’ll show you what bracketing is and how you can use it to better your images. Bracketing is basically taking three, five or even nine different exposures...

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5 Tips to Take Care of Your Camera
February 09, 2018 by Mike In Hints and tips 0 Comments

This week I’ll show you 5 ways to take care of your camera Most of the time, your camera will be sitting quietly, waiting patiently for you to have the time to get...

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Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed – When to change what

This week I’ll be showing you when and why you’d want to change your Aperture, shutter speed or ISO. The three most important settings to get familiar with on your...

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First step out of auto mode – Photography

  Today I’m going to show you how to take your first steps out of auto. There’s a lot of info in this one, but if you go through it step by step, you’ll learn...

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How and why, shooting RAW photography
January 18, 2018 by Mike In Hints and tips, tutorial 0 Comments

Shooting in RAW may seem really daunting, but it’s not that bad at all and it will actually help you produce better photographs in the long run.  If you are doing...

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Travelling with Camera Gear
January 11, 2018 by Mike In Hints and tips 0 Comments

These are 7 tips for travelling with camera gear It seems as thought the airlines are always trying to clamp down on something…..I used to be a professional...

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An introduction to long exposure photos (without an ND)
January 03, 2018 by Mike In Hints and tips, How to, tutorial 0 Comments

Today I am going to show you an easy way to get into long exposure photography without an ND filter. Now this won’t get you those classic daytime long exposure shots...

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3 Questions to ask yourself every time you take a photograph
December 14, 2017 by Mike In Hints and tips, How to 0 Comments

This week, I show you three questions to ask yourself after you’ve taken the shot If you ask yourself these three questions, and the answer is yes to all of them,...

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Shooting the stars
November 27, 2017 by Mike In Uncategorized 0 Comments

Shooting the stars, or astrophotography, is one of those specialist sides to photography. You don’t need to have fancy kit, but it does help. As there is very little...

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5 Ways To Make Your Photography Life Easier
November 09, 2017 by Mike In Hints and tips, How to 0 Comments

Sometimes it’s the little things in life that matter. Those small things sometimes seem so insignificant and could be washed over or missed, but when you take...

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