One of the jobs I do for a living involves being out and about, walking the local area and so on. I always carry a camera of some description as you never know what opportunities will present themselves. Recently my “always carry camera” has been an iPhone, but in the past it was often a [...]
OK. You know I am not really serious, yeah? There is however ...
Most beginners photographic mistakes are easily avoided. Basic familiarity with camera settings ...
Condensation is a natural process whereby moisture in the air forms as ...
Dog Ambush, a photo by Dave Felton Photography on Flickr. Some people think dogs should chase cats, but they obviously haven’t met our Tom. In this pic he is awaiting the arrival of the nose of our Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The smart money is on the cat!
One reason that I hear people give for why they do not do more photography is that they do not have the time to travel to locations in order to shoot. This is understandable, if you happen to work in a full time job and have kids etc. Yet there is a simple solution that [...]
Yes, it is not Christmas yet, but some of us get our toys early because we are good! Some days ago I ordered two sets of Yongnuo 603N Wireless flash triggers off Ebay. The “N” in the model number stands for “Nikon”. They also make another variety, the 603C, which is – you guessed it [...]
Most keen photographers would enjoy and make use of a good indoor lighting setup if they had one. What stops many of us doing more studio work is the cost of photographic lighting and the assorted studio equipment that goes with it, at least this what currently stops me. For example: A Bowens Gemini Pro [...]
Today we are very definitely in the internet/information age. There are networking groups, informational websites, free tutorials, online classes and chat groups for almost every topic imaginable and photography is no different. There are the equivalent of free television programs available on YouTube and its various competitors about every possible aspect of photography and its [...]
I love pictures of flames and fire. No, I am not a pyromaniac. Well, perhaps a little as a child, but not any more. Anyway, liking the way a fire moves and flickers places me in some very good company. Man has been interested in fire for a very long time, easily into prehistoric times. [...]
- Dog Ambush
- Are iPhones Evil?
- How to Avoid Beginners Photographic Mistakes – Familiarity with Equipment and Check Your Settings
- How to Prevent Condensation on Camera Equipment
- Compact Photo Studio Solution?
- Yongnuo 603N Flash Triggers Have Arrived!
- DIY Cheap Photography Lighting
- Local Photography Clubs – Do We Need Them?
- Fire and Flames Photography Series
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