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What's wrong with this picture? Part 2

A couple of days ago I posted about my struggles with a particular view of Eridge Green and a tree that refused to pose properly: 644 more words

Colourblindness

What's wrong with this picture?

So far on this blog, I’ve not really touched on technique. I know if you go looking on the net, you will find all kinds of people who are very good at explaining how their images work in ways that are really useful to those of us trying to improve. 501 more words

Colourblindness

101 Intimacy part 2

All of the shots below were taken in the same room. I was lucky in the fact that there was a large open front window and to the rear of the house a very open conservatory giving a great deal of soft natural light. 363 more words

Intimacy

101 Intimacy

Preparing for the journey to the church

Moment of thruth

There are many “styles” of wedding photography. I originally trained as a cinematographer, and there was a quote one of my teachers was always found of uttering; “A good cinematographer can always give you the  127 more words

Intimacy

Depth of Field

 

A topic that I recently discussed in my classes, that I repeatedly explain to photographers that come to my shop complaining about what they believe are lens focusing problems, and have written more than once about is “depth-of-field”, but it still seems to be an elusive concept for many. 564 more words

Photography

The Simple Things

“The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.”
– Rabindranath Tagore

Photography

The Hidden Charm of Ecuador

A view of Loja from the mountain side.

Mora, a delicious cross between raspberries and blackberries that are prevalent throughout the Andean region.

The mountainous region of Ecuador is filled with Eucalyptus trees, such as these. 114 more words

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