A step by step guide to controlling the amount of blur and abstraction you can create in your shots. Made by Matt Granger using basic equipment.
I thought this seascape photo shoot by Karl Taylor looked fun. Stormy sea’s, a beach and a DSLR camera, what more does a photographer need!
Basic but good advice, this time about DSLR lens cleaning on a budget without causing scratches or damage using a cheaper microfibre cloth.
If you are new to photography as I am or you have been taking photographs for years, I guarantee a visit to Mike Browne’s YouTube channel will learn you something you didn’t know about photography and photographic equipment.
As you may have noticed, as a beginner photographer, I cannot get enough of Jared Polin at the moment. Jared is good at passing on his many years in the photography business in a way that most people can understand and associate with. Have a spare hour and a half?! Watch this…
Have you ever shot in single focus mode and you can swear your focus was locked on but when you looked at the image it was out of focus? Let me try and explain how single focus mode works and how you can use it properly to get tack sharp images.
Without the correct composition you photos may well look dull and boring. Learn how to compose better photographs on a Digital SLR camera.
This video tutorial demonstrates the use of shutter speed to add a blur effect when photographing or videoing slow and fast moving water.
If like me you have recently bought a Nikon D3200 camera, or if indeed you just like to see big hair, then this video users guide should interest and help you.
I must admit to being a bit phased by my new camera (Nikon D3200 + 18-55 f3.5 Lens) when I first took it out into the Yorkshire countryside. Before buying the camera I had…
I am very pleased to say that from today, this site is now hosted by NetHosted. We’ll be back to normal soon…