I am a massive fan of National Geographic photographers. I follow as many as I know about on Instagram and love reading wildlife photography articles. I love all animals and am always in awe of the amazing pictures they get of these magnificent creatures. Now I'm pretty young and trips to see some of these… Continue reading So Much to See at Schonbrunn Zoo
Five weeks ago I decided I needed to be a little bit healthier and start to exercise, only the thought of exercising seemed so boring, and so much effort. The problem is with facilities like gyms is that I get bored easily, my mind isn't being entertained enough, and going seems like such a chore… Continue reading Walking in Wales – Moel Famau
Growing up with a Mum that loves Pandas made it inevitable that I too would grow up to adore these gentle giants. I mean what isn't there to love? They are basically giant walking teddy bears, that are both mischievous and clumsy, making for great videos online and a fuzzy feeling in your heart. Every… Continue reading PANDA-monium
Black and White photography, its lack of colour reminiscent of the early origins of its art form, embraced by photographers and shied away from in equal measure. I am one of the latter. Those of you who have visited my Instagram page will notice I post nearly all my pictures in colour. In fact, only… Continue reading Black and White Photography: Learning to Ditch the Colour and Embrace the Greyscale
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...
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...