Category Archives: Photographic Training

“It ain’t what you got, it’s the way that you use it”

The title of this post is in homage to the famous Ella Fitzgerald (or Bananarama) song “It ain’t what you do…”. Yesterday I was talking to someone about the “Introduction to the Creative Eye” photography course that I run at the Royal Photographic Society in Bath.  We talked about how it’s not the camera that […]

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Happy Christmas!!!!

The title says it all really.  Have a great Christmas and a phabulously photographic New Year!!  We’ll be back in 2012… These “curtains” are of red tinsel.  The streakiness comes from moving the camera downwards during the exposure.  It could be that the image symbolises the closing of one year and opening of another, or […]

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Great images from Buscot trekkies

Here are some of the delegates’ images from last week’s Buscot Park Photo Trek.  There’s some really good stuff there.  I particularly like the camera movement images from our first exercise. If you would like to be on one of my training events please use the “Contact Us” button and subscribe to the Gale Photography […]

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