Monthly Archives: October 2011

Let the wind blow!

It’s now well into Autumn, and you will have noticed the weather here in England has changed for the worse, with torrential rain, fog, wind, and storm clouds.  Of course photographically it may have actually improved things… The wind makes things move, and that’s often a good thing in photography.  The movement blur you can […]

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Water, water, everywhere… Part 2

Water is wonderful stuff.  We would, after all, not be able to survive without it.  It’s also great stuff for photography.  How it looks in photographs depends on its energy; still water gives reflections, fast moving water a blur, water’s impact with surfaces gives streaks.  You can use these different effects, and its refraction of […]

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Improve your travel photography: Portugal

You will have noticed from last week’s blog that I recently went to Portugal.  When travelling you are, unless you have loads of time, stuck with the lighting you have.  That lighting may be hard and unflattering, so how do you improve your travel photography?  Well the “rules” of better photography are the same wherever […]

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