Q And A With Multiple Exposure Photographer: Calum Heywood Photography

How did you get into Photography? I started taking photographs when I was about 13 when my dad gave me his digital camera to try out. I just kept taking photographs from then on looking at new ways I could experiment, I shot a lot of nature-based work to start off with because I found… Continue reading Q And A With Multiple Exposure Photographer: Calum Heywood Photography

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 26: Feeling Blue? And Week 27: Mellow Yellow

It’s Photo Challenge Friday Again.  Here’s Another Double Post. Week 26’s challenge continues with the photo scavenger hunt series and is called Feeling Blue?. They say that blue can be a mood and its also all around us as both the sky and the sea are blue. Here are a few of my Images that… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 26: Feeling Blue? And Week 27: Mellow Yellow

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 24: Green With Envy And Week 25: Orange Glow

It’s Photo Challenge Friday Again. I was a little busy last week so this week I’ve got a double post for you. Week 24’s challenge continues with the photo scavenger hunt series and is called Green With Envy. This challenge involves looking for things that are green. Green is associated with nature, harmony, growth,stability,freshness and… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 24: Green With Envy And Week 25: Orange Glow

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 23: Seeing Red

It’s Photo Challenge Friday Time of the week. Week 23’s challenge is Seeing Red. This challenge is to do a photo scavenger hunt looking for only things that are red. Red is associated with extreme emotions and events, such as passion, love anger, war danger, blood, determination and strength. So these photo don’t have to… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 23: Seeing Red

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 22: Framing

Happy Friday, It’s Challenge Time. Week 22’s challenge is another of my current back to basics series and is called, Framing. This is all about using natural frames. You can create a frame like this using your hands, a fence, trees or a window. You may even think of other ways of creating a natural… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 22: Framing

When Is Not Okay To Take A Photograph?

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?

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 21: Do Your Lines

Happy Friday Readers, It’s time to share this week’s challenge. Week 21’s challenge is another of my current back to basics series and is called, Do Your Lines. This is about using lines to lead the viewer into the image. These can be horizontal, vertical, radial and diagonal. These Leading Lines are everywhere you look… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 21: Do Your Lines

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 20: Rule Of Thirds

It’s Friday gotta Photo Challenge On Friday. Week 20’s challenge is Rule Of Thirds. I thought I’d Start the challenges in this book from the beggining which is the fundamentals. So The Rule Of Thirds is basic composition. Think of your camera or phone like a grid and divide it into thirds, both horizontally and… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 20: Rule Of Thirds

Moor Park: 6 Days 6 Lenses

You may have seen my 8 photography techniques to try in isolation post. Well as well as trying new things using photoshop techniques on the portraits in my back catalogue I’ve been going out with my camera during lockdown and photographing the places I go on my daily walks. The main place I’ve been to… Continue reading Moor Park: 6 Days 6 Lenses

Photo Challenge Friday: Week 19: Get Closer

It’s Photo Challenge Friday. Week 19’s challenge is to Get Closer. This challenge is about taking close up pictures of ordinary things and seeing if you can make them look stange and unfamiliar. Using objects and subjects you can find in your own house and garden and experimenting with Black and White. Here are the… Continue reading Photo Challenge Friday: Week 19: Get Closer

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