I’ve been doing a lot of dreaming and planning for the future recently. One of the lists I’ve loved creating is my photography bucket list.
As well as teaching beginners photography courses in Berkhamsted, I also offer family photography in Berkhamsted.
Bluebell season is fast approaching, the first few flowers are beginning to show their colour. Read on for some bluebell photography tips.
Here I’ve compiled a list of websites that offer free photography resources for people wanting to improve their skills further.
One of the most common questions I get asked is ‘what lens should I buy next’? My answer is nearly always a ‘nifty fifty’, also known as a 50mm prime lens.
Homes are tricky places to take photographs until use the light we find there. Read on for some tips on finding great light in your home.
The tree is up, the mince pies are ready. Photographing Christmas can be tricky, here are a few tips to help your photos sparkle.
Are you looking for some creative Christmas photography ideas? I’ve pulled together some ideas for you to try out this year.
Most entry level cameras come as part of a bundle. A common question I get asked is what lens to buy after the kit lens?
If I asked you where your photos of your children are, what would your answer be? I guess that you would probably say they’re mostly on your phone, and that you have a few on a memory card in your camera as well. You’d also remember you have some saved on a computer...
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