Category Archives: Equipment tips

“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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A photographic tip – literally!

At the beginning of my “The Creative Eye” photography training course we discuss the creative use of photographic mistakes.  As part of that there’s an exercise where the delegates deliberately take images with common mistakes.  It’s a great ice-breaker, and is an important lesson, as it shows the importance of pre-visualising the image. Here my […]

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