Think before retouching your image, are you trying to tell a story or add mood to your image? In this video, the brilliant Mike Browne gives a great demonstration of putting thought into processing an […]
Mike Browne explains how to go about shooting one of his favourite sunset locations … Sunset photography is one of the most popular genres, but you have to do a bit of work when photographing […]
Another basic photography tutorial by the brilliant and easy to understand Mike Browne. Creative depth of field control means more exciting eye catching photos. Tell your viewer exactly what to look at with a depth […]
I have a lot of respect for Mike Browne, his YouTube channel and simple, easy to understand way of teaching photography helped a great deal and still does today. Here is part one of another […]
A no-nonsense approach to photography by Mike Browne EXCELLENT!!! Cringe as Mike uses a fork on the lens especially when he rubs it with a paper towel afterwards! How to care for your camera kit? […]
Light is everything in landscape photography. It’s a hard fact that you have to shoot when the light’s right or your photos will be mediocre at best. Thank you for another great video Mike Browne! […]
Mike Browne gives us another useful, interesting and well made tutorial for those wishing to improve their photography skills and think a little different. Landscape photography is done with a wide lens – not a […]
In this video Mike Browne explains that using light is one of the most important aspects of photography. But how about using the light source as part of the composition? Shooting directly into the sun […]
Hello all – before you watch this video please note; this is not actually a tutorial, but if you are beginner when it comes to Photoshop and interested in getting started processing your images using […]
In this this video tutorial Mike Browne shows you how to practise your composition in a very boring and messy location. Hope you get inspired to give it a go. If you do nothing else […]
I must admit, as much as I love taking photographs, post processing and all that goes with it, I can always find an excuse why I cannot be out more often with the camera.
If you follow the basic rules your photos don’t have to be the best quality to look more interesting.One such rule is ‘The Rule Of Thirds’.
In this video Mike Browne makes a great job of explain the rule of thirds in a way that is understandable to all.
As seen is this video by Mike Browne – an ND 1000 (big stopper) filter has the effect of allowing anything that is moving in your image to become blurred or ghost like, for example clouds, waterfalls, rivers and the sea.
In PT.1 Mike Browne took an image, prepared it for printing in Photoshop and sent it to the two professional photo printers he uses and two high street labs to see which was best. In Best Digital Photo Printing PT.2 The prints are back and it’s time to see which is best?
Love the way Mike Browne has a talent for explaining things in an interesting and easy to follow way. This time Mike explains about digital photo printing, processing and where to send you pictures for the best results and value for money.