Yearly Archives: 2011

Hot stuff!

Photographing fire and flames can be inspiring.  Fires are like living things.  They grow, change and move, always presenting a new shape to the camera. Before I properly get into this post I’ll just give you a quick health warning.  Fire is hot (doh!), so if you take pictures of it be careful, both with […]

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It’s gone all wobbly!

Camera manufacturers spend an awful lot of money ensuring that their lenses are well corrected for any focusing errors, and are contrasty and sharp.  Well, it’s time to get your images all wobbly again!  You can get creative images by shooting through distorting materials such as uneven glass, cheap optical toys, and even hot air. This […]

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