Category Archives: Photographic Training

It’s a moving experience

Many modern compact cameras try and reduce a major cause of low quality images; camera shake.  They do this by increasing the ISO, to give a short shutter speed, and using image stabilisation.  This is OK for most images, but it takes away a technique for creative photography; long shutter speeds.  Using long shutter speeds […]

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It’s plane to see… …or not!

A few days ago, whilst walking across Greenham Common, I came across a very strange object.  It’s a steel “replica” of a B-52 bomber (if you look at it sideways, with one eye closed, on a very dark day), that was used for fire fighting practice when the airfield was operational. It’s abandoned now, and […]

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