Want to become a better photographer? Well you’ve come to the right place. In our how to series we’ve got loads of photography tips to help you instantly improve your photos and give you digital prints and photo gifts a pro photographer would be proud of.
From wedding photos and wow factor landscapes, to flowers and fireworks, kids and colour, pets and people pictures, we’ve got it covered!
While the official photographer is busy taking time consuming group shots though, you've got the perfect opportunity to capture the more candid moments. Exactly the kind of images your bride & groom are bound to love.
Learn how to add a touch of artistry to your images.
Interesting still life shots are all around us.
Get landscapes that look better in print than in real life.
Part of the fun of any holiday is browsing through your photos. It's a great way of prolonging the feel good factor, especially when your photos reflect what a brilliant time you had.
Take party pictures worth celebrating in their own right.
Creative use of colour helps you capture really powerful pictures.
Turn even boring buildings into beautiful images.
What most of us want from our pet pictures is the ah-factor. Getting there is another matter entirely, especially with particularly playful pets, so here are a few hints to help.
Take interesting images in all weather conditions.
The all important things to look for when buying a camera.
Flowers of all varieties make for wonderful photos.
Photos are the perfect way to preserve the precious memories of your kids growing up. So be sure you’ve got plenty of great pictures you can enjoy looking back on for many years to come.
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