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10 Weekend Photography Projects

10 Weekend Photography Projects

Weekend photography projects are a great way to try something new, or improve a certain skill, in a very short space of time. Like many of you, I live a busy life working behind a computer and a camera, that it’s often hard to dedicate time to photography for the

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Urban Exploration Photography Tips – A Beginner’s Guide

Urban Exploration Photography (urbanex for short) is the art of finding old and abandoned buildings and locations, exploring them, and taking photos as you go. It’s exciting, potentially dangerous, legally ambiguous, and a lot of fun. Not only do you get to take photos of a really cool location, that

The 1 Hour Photo Challenge - Train Yourself to Take Better Photos, Faster

The 1 Hour Photo Challenge

This post is going to help you to focus, set yourself a photo challenge task, complete it, and take better photos, all in less time. It’s about preparation, and thinking about your desired result, before you even leave the house. Who actually has the time to go out and take

10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money

10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money

For those who don’t know, the DIY Photography equipment niche has gone from strength to strength recently, as more people become interested in photography, but can’t afford all the tasty equipment that comes with it. As a lover of putting together flatpack furniture (yeah, that’s right), I love DIY photography.

Light Graffiti Tips

How to Create Impressive Light Graffiti

What is Light Graffiti? It’s pretty simple really. You take a long exposure, and use a light source to paint graffiti in the frame. You can do this with a torch, a sparkler, a fire, or even a still light source by moving your camera. If you’ve read all about

How to Use Panning to Capture Moving Objects

How to Use Panning to Capture Moving Objects

Panning photography is something which I’ve spoken about when discussing shutter speed, but never really went into any great detail. It’s an excellent way of capturing moving objects, without the whole photo becoming a blur, by moving your camera at the same pace as your subject. How it’s Done Shutter

How To Take Breathtaking Panoramic Photos

How To Take Breathtaking Panoramic Photos

Panoramas can produce some awe inspiring photos, providing the viewer with a much wider viewing angle than they would typically see, either from a photo, or their eyes. You can create small panoramas, merging just three photos, or go the full 360, and produce miniature globes like in this post

Picasso Style Cross-Section Self Portrait Trick (Photoshop)

Picasso Style Cross-Section Self Portrait Trick (Photoshop)

The last self portrait tutorial I wrote went down a treat, so I thought I’d try my hand at another one. This is a little bit more difficult though, so any of you out there who said ‘yeah that’s easssssy’, this one might take you a little longer. Before I

How to Take Flattering Self Portraits

How to Take Flattering Self Portraits

This is day 1 of my 30 Day Photography Challenge, and I thought I’d start with an easy one for everyone, which doesn’t require too much effort – it’s a self portrait. The good thing about self portraits is that you have full control over how the photo is taken

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30 Day Photography Challenge Project

This is my brand new 30 day photography challenge, and I want YOU to take part too. For my next 30 posts, I’m going to be providing you with tips on how to take the photos that I’ve listed here, and sharing my own results (and I encourage you to

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