Tag: #photography

  • Capturing Emotion In Photography

    Today I’m going to talk about the concept of capturing emotion in photography. Emotion is a difficult concept to capture in any art form, but particularly in photography. Images are two-dimensional and can often seem flat and lifeless. Yet, a good photographer knows how to use light, composition and timing to create images that evoke…

  • Work, Life, Balance

    This week I’m going to talk about what I do to create and maintain a good work, Life, Balance. The main thing you need to do if your self employed/ freelance is work out how long you can focus for before you take a break. I find that reading for a bit, going for a…

  • Photo Challenge Friday Week 31: Chair and Week 32: Line From A Song

    Hi I’m Back with my photo challenge Friday Segment. A couple of weeks ago I decided to start doing 52 frames again so I will be participating in their challenges and sharing, what I have created here. The theme for this week is Chair. You can photograph any type of chair. It can be a…

  • 8 Tips To Get You Out Of A Creative Rut

    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…

  • Photocrafty by Sue Venables : A Review

    Last Week I spent lots of time reading Photocrafty: 75 Challenges for you and your DSLR. The reason I chose this book to read at this point was because most of the population are self-isolating at home due to the Corona Virus Pandemic. I was hoping to find some challenges that you can do at…

  • Share Your Best Ever Shot

    Calling all photographers today I am inviting you to share your best ever shot. What makes it your best ever ? Is there a story behind it? What camera and settings did you use? How did you light your shot? At the end of the week I will share these all on another post with…

  • 5 Tips to Name your Photography business

    Brainstorm some ideas by creating a mind map and asking other people for inspiration. Check no-one else is using the name you want. Do you have a unique first name or surname. If you do try and include it into the business name. Make a list of photographic terms and see if one jumps out…