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4 Compelling reasons to underexpose your photos on purpose

Talk to three different photographers about “proper” exposure techniques, and you’ll probably get three different responses. That’s because shooting preferences are pretty personal. Once we’ve mastered manual mode and can shoot in varying conditions with relative ease, we learn to … Continue reading

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Photographing Birds and Insects Presentation

On Wednesday November 29th I’ll be doing a short presentation for the Grimsby Camera Group. My topic is photographing birds and insects from a beginner’s perspective. [Read More…] Photography Life

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Why Leveling the Horizon Isn’t Easy

It might seem like one of the simplest parts of photography: leveling your horizon. Most photographers want their horizons to be straight, of course, but this isn’t an area of photography that gets too much attention. And why would it? … Continue reading

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27 Pictures full of all the fall vibes you could dream of

Are you looking for a photography challenge? Maybe you love taking photos or maybe you just need some motivation to start taking pictures again (or maybe you simply love contests that promise the chance at a prize!) Well, we’ve got … Continue reading

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Postcards From Plitvice

I was reluctant to post on this site again but I suppose it’s a way of bringing these places to more people. Anyone with an aversion to colour should probably look away. Somewhere I had wanted to visit for some … Continue reading

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