Category Archives: Creative Photography

It’s in the frame.

In the “old days” we were always told to use some sort of frame in the foreground of our images to “hold in the edges”.  Whilst some advice from then is no longer so useful, such as always having the sun over your shoulder when taking  a portrait, the use of frames is still valid. […]

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It’s all about the angle

I may have mentioned it before, but the angle of the light on your subject can make a massive difference to your images.  With natural light you are more limited than with artificial light, but it’s always worth looking closely at your subject and working out where the light should come from to give the […]

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