QUick post but if you fancy having some fun with portraits, and have PHotoshop, then take a look at the 'liquify' filter (in the filter menu). It's very easy to use and you can create some strange alternatives to the normal portrait shot :)
Mobile phone photography is becoming more and more popular and as a result, the technology is becoming more and more advanced. It is now possible to take truly great photos using a phone, if you know what not to do.
There's been a trend over the last couple of years to invent unique and qwerky themes for engagement shoots. These are often very memorable and look like a lot of fun to shoot. Below are a few ideas if you fancy this sort of shoot prior to your wedding.
I have the utmost respect for professional wedding photographers. It's a huge responsibility to capture the most important day in 2 people's lives. Having to deal with certain guests and the things that they say can only make a difficult job even harder. To help them out, please don't say any of the following to a wedding photographer.
As well as being a superb film in it's own right, Zombieland can also teach us a thing or two about photography and the individual elements that make for a successful shoot and a great photo at the end of it. Below are 10 rules from the film that apply to taking photos.
On a trip out today, to search for some landscape locations, I stumbled across this abandoned house. I assume it has been empty for some years judging by the amount of undergrowth that has taken over the inside of what's left of the building. Quite a spooky place too as it was dead quiet :/
Early mornings, particularly around sunrise are one of the best times of day to capture images. As it's getting a bit colder here not there is also the added bonus of mist around rivers as the warm air from the river surface hits the cooler air above. 9433