Boudoir photo shoots can be tricky for both the client and the photographer. They are intimate and require tactfulness on both parts in order to achieve sensual, natural looking portraits. Here we will provide our top tips on tackling boudoir … Continue reading Sensual Natural Looking Portraits with Boudoir Photography
Ever wondered how wildlife photographers capture fast running cheetahs in their photographs so clearly? It all comes down to mastering the art of high speed photography. High speed photography is a technique that enables you to capture objects in motion … Continue reading High Speed Photography – Are You Fast Enough?
The savvy photographers out there will know the importance of using social media to promote and share their work. One of the best social media-style sites you can use to for photography promotion is Tumblr. This website allows users to … Continue reading How to Create Tumblr Themes From Photography
The first thing that becomes rather apparent when using the 300mm f/2.8 L Series MKII lens is it’s size. It is so big that it even comes with it’s own travel case. It certainly grabs people’s attention when out and about … Continue reading A Review of the Awesome Canon 300mm f/2.8 MKII With Sample Images and Video
l thought many people would assume that as a freelance photographer you would have an easy and peaceful life, they have absolutely no idea how much work and time you have to put into your business in order to make … Continue reading If Only I had 8 days a Week – How to Overcome Time Pressures as a Photographer
The Rule of Thirds is a term that photographers often use when describing the best way to make up a composition, but what is it and how does it work? Here we will explain the ins and outs of the … Continue reading Understanding the “ins and outs” of the “rule of thirds”
Canon’s 100mm macro lenses have always impressed photographers with their high picture quality, but this new and modern ‘L’ lens aims to impress further with its build quality and image stabilisation. Its image stabilisation is quite a sophisticated system, offering … Continue reading A Review of Canons Super Impressive 100mm f/2.8 L Macro Lens
A few weeks ago, I was working on a sizeable video project, recording a Cuban music concert, using six cameras, a couple of sound recorders and at the early planning stages, it transpired that my crew are running low on … Continue reading My Fake Memory Card Woes!
When you think of the most iconic photos of the twenties century, what images spring to mind? Whilst there are so many fantastic photographs to choose from, we have curated a list of what we believe to be the ten … Continue reading 10 Iconic Photos of the Twentieth Century
This is one of the greatest portrait lenses ever made, and it’s a joy to shoot with. People using an APS-C camera might find it a little too telephoto to work with, and it doesn’t have image stabilization, so it’s … Continue reading The greatest portrait lens ever made? The Canon 135mm f/2 L Series Lens