Well, this one promises to throw up a few interesting views. Photoshop, you either love it or you hate it, Nothing in landscape photography circles seems to provoke so much heated debate as this with the possible exception of Nikon v Canon ! With the modern era of digital photography being in its prime the way people shoot has changed and lightroom & photoshop are now the normal tools for pretty much everyone prapticing digital photography. But lets be clear, theres Photoshop
As autumn comes it brings with it new challenges for the photographer, Are you equipped to deal with the changing weather and make the most out of your time outside ? One of the most important things you can do is be comfortable while out taking pictures, you are often stood for long periods of time waiting for just the right moment of light to hit. The elements will be doing their very best to hamper the photographer in their quest by throwing out challenge after challenge.
This week I thought I would do a review of a product that all landscape photographers should own, The polarising filter. So why should you own one of these ? What can they do to improve your photography ? Can you live without one ? All questions I hope to be able to answer and give you a bit of background into as well. What is a Polariser ? The basics of a polarising filter are pretty simple really, it’s a small filter that goes in front of the lens that when twisted will rem
Well, hello again everyone :) I hope you enjoyed part one, my guide to the waterfalls of Wales, Part two isn't a guide but more of an account of my experiences and where I went for my week in Wales. I also hope you have got a good few minutes spare as it's a long one this week ! First of all I need to say how lucky I was here and that I landed firmly on my feet and karma had paid back in full. The main reason being I had a week off and wanted to originally go to Wales and sho
Hello everyone, and once again thanks for reading my landscape photography blog. I have had a request from a couple of people to do one based on the photographers favourite capture, the sunrise & sunset and how to get the most out of them, So heres my top tips to improve your pictures of the golden hour. 1. PLAN, PLAN & PLAN It might sound like such an obvious thing but it can be overlooked by so many. So what should you plan for ? Do you have a shot in mind ? Is it just a lo
This weeks blog i'm going to take a look at the Histogram, What is it ? Why should you be using it ? When to use it ? And how it can improve your photography. First of all don't be scared by the histogram, It really is your friend and can tell you a wealth of information about your photos and what is missing and how to improve them. Yet it seems to be rarely used by a lot of people as it sounds and looks fairly complex, But in reality its far from that. I rely on it to give m