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Hello and welcome to my photography blog. If you’re here, most likely you want to improve your photography skills, learn new tricks, build some DIY projects, learn about post processing and find some inspiration.

Whether you are a beginner, amateur, or a professional photography, learning and furthering your knowledge of photography should always be at the top of your growing list.


Backing Up Travel Photos On The Go
30th July 2017Tutorials
With an awesome holiday coming soon, I'm going to be taking lots of once in a lifetime shots and I don't want to run the risk of losing any precious photos. Airline baggage restrictions mean I cannot take my laptop, so how can I backup all my photos securely whilst on holiday?
Essential Landscape Photography Tips
23rd July 2017Tutorials
Being a landscape photographer may seem like one of the simplest ways to make a living, experiencing the peace and solitude of a new dawn for example, yet they are often fraught with logistical issues, technical challenges and the creative thought process can be overwhelming.
Your photography is a record of your living, for anyone who really sees.Paul Strand
DIY Flash Softbox
30th April 2016Projects
Flash softboxes are devices placed over a flash gun to soften the harshness of a flash burst. They act as diffusers, spreading the light out and reducing the harshness of shadows.
Make Your Own Lightbox for Stunning Desktop Photography
7th February 2016Projects
Close-up photography of detailed objects and good product photography both require good lighting. A light box is a great solution and this guide shows you how to build your own out of everyday objects.
How To Use a Tripod
9th January 2016Tutorials
Image stabilisation features in lenses and improved high ISO performance in cameras have transformed the possibilities of taking pictures in low light, but the steady base of a tripod is your best choice when it comes to exploring the creative possibilities of slow shutter speeds and low light.
Flash Photography
2nd January 2016Tutorials
Flash photography isn't just a back-up for shooting in low-light conditions; correct use of flash can improve photos even if they are taken in broad daylight. This guide shows you how to use a built-in flash as well as hot shoe, off axis and macro flash guns.
White Balance Explained
19th December 2015Tutorials
The White Balance setting on cameras and editing software allows changes to the colour balance in your photos, making them warmer or cooler depending on the light conditions you're shooting in. White balance is also used to change the atmosphere in your photo.
Composition in Photography
12th December 2015Tutorials
Learn what composition is and how the placement and relationship of elements within a picture from one of the most fundamental elements photography.