Category Archives: Creative Photography

A close-up compact in the garden.

Yesterday (8th June), it was very sunny here in Watchfield.  Whilst that isn’t always the best sort of weather for photography, what with the hard shadows and all, it is good weather for using compact cameras.  Compact cameras, with small image sensors, need lots of light to give the best image quality.  My Lumix TZ-70 […]

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Photography workshop feedback

Some feedback from my “Composition and seeing the picture” photography workshop yesterday: “Thank you very much for yesterday, it was very much enjoyed and appreciated. Comments coming my way include words such as ‘excellent’ and ‘brilliant’ and at least one member was fully enthused to raise her photography to the next level. I hope that […]

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LED photo fun!

Light trail photography is fun, and I was thinking of getting a Pixelstick to help push my boundaries in this area.  For an occasional user, it’s what’s called a “considered purchase”, so I wondered if I could get a simpler device to try some ideas out with.  After quite a bit of searching on sites […]

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