Create a free account or Login for membership perksLake District Landscape PhotographySide Pike & LingmoorThe heather has started to flower out on the Lake District fells so I decided to head out and try to capture some of the colour from 2 smaller fells in the Langdale Valley - Side Pike and Lingmoor.They are a short walk from...
Landscape photography is a great way to get started in photography. You can document your holidays and create memories to take you back to those times. Here are some of the tips I've learned from my mistakes that you may be able to learn from
Macro photography is a fun and affordable hobby to get into although it can be very frustrating when you are getting started. I made a video on a budget-friendly macro photography set up but here are some techniques and equipment which will help to improve your photographs
I’ve photographed Hoad at night quite a few times now, I tend to use the 24-70mm and take either the 100mm or 135mm depending on where I’m going to stand. I took them all this time plus a 400mm to do some comparisons. I didn’t use the 400mm on Hoad as it wouldn’t all fit, it worked ok on...
Last year I made a video showing the budget set up I made for macro photography. It uses the Canon 600d (Outdated, now the 700d) with the kit lens plus a set of extension tubes, a cheap flash from china and a diffuser made from a take away box.
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The Best Time For Landscape Photography
Getting Started In Landscape Photography
"When is the best time for landscape photography?" is one of the questions you sent me over on my Instagram page so here's my answer
Sunrise And Sunset
"The Golden hour"
The light is generally at its nicest the hour after sunrise and the hour...
1. Choosing the best time to photograph
Light is one of the main factors that affect the overall look of your image, this is why most landscape photos you see are of either Sunrise or Sunset.
The hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset are known as the golden hour, this is when the sky will be at its...
There are a lot of different things to think about when doing Wildlife photography; The Subject, Lighting conditions, How close you can get and many more.
I’ve been asked over on my YouTube page to go over what setting I use when going out to photograph wildlife, I mainly look for deer but you might pick up some tips that...