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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

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Lens Flare – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

If you’re shooting into the light, then you’re going to encounter lens flare at some time or another. This happens when you’re looking at the sun, or even just a single light source, such as a flashlight. Often lens flare is undesired, and it can be removed with a simple

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Sunset – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Sunset photography is a bit of a funny one really, it’s harder than it looks, but is often one of the first things that beginner’s like to try. More often than not though, the exposure sucks, and the post processing needs a lot of work. There’s more to it than

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Silhouette – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

I don’t know about you, but I make this day 7 of the 30 Day Photography Challenge (which you can absolutely follow on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest). Today’s task is to take on silhouettes. Silhouettes are often the result of a photo gone wrong when you first start learning exposure, and for that reason alone, many people don’t

Low Angle – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Low Angle – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

My my, it’s Day 6 of the 30 Day Photography Challenge already. Today’s task is to tackle the fine art of low-angle photography. In direct contrast to yesterday’s post on high-angle photography, we’re going to talk about the differences between the two, and how you can use low-angles to improve your photography. The

High Angle – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

High Angle – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Alrightyyy then, lets get to it, this is Day 5 in my 30 Day Photography Challenge, and today’s challenge is to tackle high angle photography. No real need to go into too much detail about what it exactly it is, it’s fairly self explanatory; it’s a photo taken from a higher

Texture –  30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Texture – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Today is Day 4 of the 30 Day Photography Challenge, and today’s challenge is to take a photo using texture. Now, when I talk about texture, I’m not talking about a smooth feeling, I’m talking about rough. You could use a smooth form, and lots of objects to create an interesting

Black & White – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

Black & White – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

It’s now Day 3 in my 30 Day Photography Challenge, and today’s challenge is to tackle the black & white photos. This isn’t my first time that I’ve covered black and white, and you can read about it here, and here. I suggest that you should, but for the sake of

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Rule of Thirds – 30 Day Photography Challenge Tips

It’s now Day 2 in my 30 Day Photography Challenge, and today’s challenge is to tackle the rule of thirds. This is a great rule, and pretty much the first rule that photographers learn when it comes to composition. Here’s my full article on the Rule of Thirds. You should read the