Tripod - Do you really need A Tripod ?

February 22, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
If you’re serious about your photography you need to use a tripod, a decent one, not all of the time, but there will be many occasions when it is so useful and makes the difference between having an amazing photo or a big blur that you can't make out. A tripod carries many benefits to landscape photography - The most important of these is that it...
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Ideas for Things to Photograph

February 21, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Some days it may seem like you just don't know what to photograph, maybe you have already photographed the birds on the feeder 100 times or more and maybe the flowers just aren't inspiring you or maybe the weather isn't inspiring you to go outside and photograph the flowers, so here are some ideas for those days, when you just need some new ideas t...
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What To Photograph on a Wet February Day

February 20, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
What can we do when it keeps raining and we still want to go out taking photographs??? Let's face it February has been a little damp so far, but don't let that stop you from enjoying your love of photography. Well you can put your camera into an underwater housing and turn a normal walk through the woods into a different kind of view of the woo...
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Where to Focus and what Aperture to choose for Landscape Photography

February 19, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Hello Again, I hope you are enjoying these February Blogs, there will be one a day for the rest of the month to try and help as many of you out there get out and enjoy getting some great results. Today is all about Landscape and Aperture, what Aperture do you use Do you experiment? To get a great landscape photograph there are plenty of things t...
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Foreground, Middle ground, Background - don't overlook any of these....

February 18, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
When you look at your chosen scene with the naked eye, your brain quickly picks out subjects of interest. The camera however doesn’t discriminate – it captures everything that is in front of it, which can often lead to a cluttered and messy picture with no clear focal point if you're not paying attention to what is in front of you. So what you nee...
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