The fireworks displays at New Year's Eve can make for some fantastic images. However, many people find it difficult to know what settings they should use on their cameras and the best way to create great images.To help out here are our top 10 tips for taking fantastic fireworks images.
Here are some of the best ways to improve your images, and it doesn’t involve buying any new equipment! Composition is the way you arrange elements within your image and often, making some small changes can make huge differences to the look and feel of your photograph.
In part one we talked about how to improve your macro photography with some simple hints and tips. In this blog, we will go through what equipment is available to help you get closer to your subject.
The great thing about macro photography is that you can find endless details, patterns and subjects in the tiny world that are waiting to be photographed. In this two-part Blog, we will discuss how to get great close-up photographs. In this first post, we will discuss camera settings and general tips. In our second post, we will discuss the best equipment to use.
One of the very best times of the day to take images is what is referred to as the Golden Hour or sometimes, theMagic Hour. So, what is the Golden Hour and what makes it so good?The Golden Hour is the time just before sunset and just after sunrise when the sun is low in the sky creating wonderfully warm, soft light.
One of the world's largest photographic trade fairs has started this week, and we have seen a huge range of new products released.Photokina is held in Cologne, Germany every two years and is the only place to be if you are into the world of imaging and photography. With plenty of products being release we have put together an overview of all the new and exciting items that have been announced.
In the analogue days of film photography we used 35mm film and it was all the same size regardless of brand or model. In today’s digital world things are a bit different though. Sensors, or the cameras ‘digital film’ comes in many different sizes, and this has a direct impact on the quality of your images.
Flowers: The Perfect Spring Subject. Spring is a great time to dust off the camera and get outside and start taking some images. There is something inspiring in the colours and patterns of flowers, and the best thing is that you don’t need to leave your back garden.
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