On a Sunday when nothing much is happening and the weather's not great I usually turn to experimenting with light and whatever I can find around the house or garden. Being late summer we have a few photogenic flowers left in the garden, combine these with the technique I describe in this previous article and you can capture some nice…
Reddit is one of the most useful and amusing sites on the net. As well as browsing for hilarious videos and images the site also has a number of subreddits which prove very useful for photographers,below are 11 such subReddits.
Although most of the time a photography shoot can be described as relaxing there are also those occasions where time is of the essence. A day trip to a location with the specific focus on capturing as many images is one example of when a few time management techniques will benefit your photography.
Breaking Bad is everywhere at the moment, and for good reason. If you would like to replicate the very cool BB poster effect on your own images there are some very good tutorials available. Rather than rewrite a tutorial, I thought I would share some great articles with you.
Sometimes you just wish you had a piece of equipment that you just haven't got around to purchasing yet. Sometimes you just want a quick and easy, one off solution to a problem you face whilst out on a shoot. Here are 6 quick and nasty hacks for just those occasions.
I have been reprocessing some of the photos I took on a trip to Bangkok a while back. Using some of the techniques I have mentioned in previous posts I have managed to produce some shots which previously I had discarded (but not deleted). It just goes to show that revisiting previous files can be a rewarding exercise :)
Countryside vista's are one of the most impressive, colourful and beautiful landscape images that you can take. With rolling hills, fields of crops that form a pattern to the horizon and the natural light from a setting sun, it's no wonder that these images are some of the most popular on the web.