I’ve heard this question so many times and I think its mostly to do with your own moral code. There are a few things you shouldn’t take photographs of. Here are some of them: People in private property without permission is illegal so don’t do this unless you have that permission. If you are in… Continue reading When Is Not Okay To Take A Photograph?
Today I’m going to be dispelling the myth that if you’re in a creative rut you need to go to an exotic location. Here are eight things you can do to get out of a creative rut. Create an Assignment You may find that if you give yourself an assignment. for example, a photo a… Continue reading 8 Tips To Get You Out Of A Creative Rut
DIY Photography DIY Photography shows you have to do a variety of photography related projects. At the moment its highlighting people who are finding clever ways to photograph in Isolation. Digital Photography School This is the blog where you can guarantee to find anything you need. There’s Camera and photography product reviews, tutorials and tips… Continue reading 5 Photography Blogs Every Photographer Must Read
As you may know from my previous posts or my FAQ page, I have seven lenses. Today I am going to write about the wide-angle lens and after this post throughout a long period of time, I am hoping to do a series of these for each of my lenses. There is no right or… Continue reading What Should You Photograph With A Wide-Angle Lens?
On the 31/07/2016 I went to Waterstones to pick up my pre-order of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Now I like to go to Waterstones quite often for a browse and usually never leave the store without three books and I also order books on Amazon. For Harry Potter and the Cursed Child I… Continue reading Owls At Waterstones Preston
So the most recent photo walk I went on with Preston Photographic Society was at Preston Docks shooting Terns and for me it was completely out of my comfort zone. Don’t get my wrong I’m a photographer but bird photography doesn’t really appeal to me, it’s unplanned as there is no control as to when… Continue reading Terns at Preston Docks