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The Wintergarden Project

Early this year, I planned a very small photo shoot as a personal project. At the time, I’d just left my only source of income and was expecting to start uni in a few months time.   798 more words


Amazing Photography Tricks That Actually Work!

Sometimes I feel like I spend so much time reading photography tricks and tips online that I never see anything new anymore.  So, I set out to make this useful collection of some weird and cool photography tricks that aren’t your usual run-of-the-mill variety. 1,774 more words

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Photography Basics: Shutter Speed

In our last Photography Basics article, we took a look into the basic principles of aperture and lens speed.  We learned that the aperture of a lens is a critical component to a properly exposed photograph and powerful composition tool.  2,020 more words

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Random Post: UP Nairobi

Its always a good feel when someone thinks your image is worth sharing, it means they love it and other people should see it. UP Nairobi… 37 more words


Celebrating my 6th Bloggiversary

WordPress sent me a reminder yesterday evening, it was my 6th Bloggiversary!

6 years of blogging and over 400 posts!  Who would have thought my first DSLR purchase would have seen this be an outcome, and I have made so many wonderful new friends along the way – hopefully we will meet in person one day! 99 more words


Lightfreaks Workshop

This past weekend, I attended a lighting workshop organized by a group of Kenyan photographers under a “brand” called Lightfreaks. The main purpose of the workshop was to introduce hobbyists as well as professional photographers to the art of using strobes or flash photography. 261 more words


Photography: Macro, Close-Ups and Depth of Field.

When it comes to creative photography, some of the most fun you can have is with depth of field, especially when this is combined with macro or close-ups. 1,381 more words

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