A while ago I watched 'Master of Photography' on Sky Arts, and there was so much inspiration to be had from the whole series, but recently Season 1 Episode 2 has been playing in my mind. In that episode the photographers were set the challenge to go out in Berlin at night and take 3… Continue reading Top Tips for a Great Photo Collage
Happy Sunday Everyone! A new week brings a new blog and this time I've been having a think about how I started to develop my photographic skills. When we first pick up a camera, our initial thought process is 'there is the thing I want to take a picture of', points camera straight at thing,… Continue reading Which Subjects are Best to Practice Photography? My List for Photography Beginners
As a little girl our family holidays were always in the UK and one in particular that always stood out in my mind was our trip to Windermere, so when it came to me deciding where our next holiday was to be in 2015, the landscape photographer in me yearned to return to the Lake District to capture the stunning scenes forever in photo form. I wasn't disappointed, the entire trip was breath taking and there was...
Weymouth in Dorset is somewhere that holds significance in my life. It was where my Mum and Dad met and married, and most importantly it's where I was born. Although moving to Wales at a very young age, and undoubtedly Wales will always be home, I do have fond memories of the southern seaside town.… Continue reading A Weekend in Weymouth
I'm here to talk about the beauty that is a bridge camera. Sometimes it feels like all the photography magazines talk about are DSLR's and I am sure they're great, but they're also expensive, especially when you add on all the lenses. So when I started looking for a high spec camera, that could do it all to a good standard, on a small budget, I chose a bridge camera. Now...
2 months ago I finally bought a tripod, something I have been debating for a while because I couldn't help but think, will it really make that much of a difference? My camera has got a pretty good stabiliser and although sometimes it takes a few tries to get a sharp, up-close shot I've usually… Continue reading Tripod or No Tripod?
As mentioned in my very first post, I've been taking photos of our family pets since I was little, and although my technology has changed from a disposable camera to a digital one, one thing that hasn't changed is that an animal will not sit still and it can be quite a challenge to get… Continue reading Pet Photography: 5 Tips to Photographing Un-obliging Pets