Bluebell season is fast approaching, and the first few flowers are beginning to show their colour. If you’re planning on heading out to take some photos in the bluebells this spring then read on for some bluebell photography tips. Read More
For many of us, the main reason we learn to use a camera is to take photos of our kids. Often, we are taking photographs of them on our home. Yet many people find they are disappointed in the photographs they take in their home. Homes can be tricky places to take good photographs until we start using the light that we find there. Read on for some hints and tips on finding and using great light in your home.Read More
As well as teaching beginners photography courses in Berkhamsted, I also offer family photography in Berkhamsted.
Family photoshoots are a great way to get some lovely images of you and your family. You will also be making some happy memories to go with them. Read More
We are lucky enough to be surrounded by beautiful countryside, and there are many dog walks near Berkhamsted to choose from. In this blog we’ve picked 4 of our favourite walks. They are a combination of those that are super local, and those that are a little further away. Read More
When you buy a camera, most entry level cameras are sold as part of a bundle with a kit lens. A kit lens is generally an all round lens that is great while you are getting to know your camera and what it is possible of it. The most common kit lens has a focal length of 18 – 55mm. This means it can shoot from fairly wide angle (at 18mm) to reasonably zoomed in (at 55mm) and everything in between. A common question on my beginners photography courses is what lens to buy next? Read More
Are you looking for a beginners photography course Hemel Hempstead? Lots of people who attend the Little Duckling beginners photography course live in Hemel Hempstead, so here I provide some more information on what to expect. Read More