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Street Photography Overseas

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 7th Jul 2014

Street photographers need to be prepared to take their shot because their subject is unpredictable and fleeting. It is impractical for them to carry a full set of photo equipment; a DSLR and a good quality, medium wide-angle to telephoto zoom lens usually suffices. More recently compact system cameras……

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Wildlife Photography Overseas

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Jul 2014

Shooting wildlife in its natural habitat is very demanding. Wildlife is elusive and photographers need expertise, patience and perseverance. Beginners can make a start by photographing fauna in captivity, or in your garden or local park. Practice controlling motion in the frame and varying the depth……

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Photographing Overseas

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Jul 2014

Travel photography is very popular. You fly off to exotic locations and shoot whatever catches your eye. You will be visiting all the key landmarks, so why not photograph them? Unfortunately we sometimes end up with a rather mixed set of images taken in unsuitable weather or light. Far stronger images……

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Painting With Light

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Jun 2014

Painting with Light You can never see this scene captured in this image, no matter how hard you search for it. It doesn't exist, because the church is not floodlit. And no, it it's not created in photo editing software. So how has it been produced? This is St Andrews Church, Swavesey, in Cambridgeshire.……

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The Case For Tripods

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st May 2014

The Case for Tripods Why buy a tripod when lenses have mechanisms for reducing camera shake, and cameras with high ISO ratings are reasonably priced? Are tripods really necessary these days? A tripod's sole purpose, other than fending off aggressive wildlife, is to keep your camera and lens completely……

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