Tag: scenery

Approaching Autumn

  As you all can tell the leaves are changing colour & falling off the trees. It’s getting colder, this is the time of year where the weather varies. A good time to revisit past photographic locations to see what they look like in different seasons & compare your photos taken with previous visits. I …

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Photography Tips!

  I’m going to be giving some tips & tricks on how to get a good photo this week at gigs/events & also landscapes. First I will give my tips on how to get good photos at gigs or events. You check out the layout of the stage or room you are the photographs on/in …

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Sunsets

  You can get some wonderful sunsets all year round. I find that to get a really nice photo of a sunset is ones that are really bright & striking. These I find don’t happen very often mostly once or twice a year. Usually during summer is when you are most likely to see it. …

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Landscape Photography: Why I Like Doing It

  Photographing landscapes looks like it is easy to do but you need the right location & good light which can be tricky. You also need to have a good eye meaning you have picked out some good parts of the area that you are in that would look nice in a printed photograph. The …

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My first ever visit to GFM & the Rock Against Cancer lineup announcement.

  This week I was asked by Georgie to go along with her to the Glastonbury FM studio to live stream the announcement of the lineup of the forthcoming Rock Against Cancer gig in September run by Max & his team for a very special cause. This will be the fourth time that Rock Against …

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One Year On: A Retrospective

  This week is slightly different in that it is exactly a year ago that I decided that I wanted to become a proper photographer. I started off just posting some photos on my Facebook page for fun to see what people thought of them & to show what I like doing. When the warmer …

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Editing Your Photos & Using Filters

  When you take a photo, you can upload them to your PC or Mac from the memory card in your camera. You will then be able to see all the shots you have taken enlarged on your screen. Sometimes you will want to tighten up the image by removing unnecessary things in the photograph, …

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