I am pleased to see my contribution to NPhoto Magazine Issue No. 50 Sept 2015, here is the text:- “Any potential client will expect a pro to have an attractive website displaying examples of their work and services. I undertook desktop research and read numerous papers including NPhoto. I also looked at the sites of Read more ..

Wedding Photography is quite nerve-racking, but ultimately the photographer just wants to produce the best images they can given the environment they are working in.  Most venues are fantastic, but there can be the odd exception. Problems usually arise from simple things such as service without a smile, timeliness on serving meals, lack of communication/updates Read more ..

Having just returned from holiday, I wondered if your own camera played a big or any part of your holiday. For me, it was ensuring my camera’s batteries were charged, checking memory cards, cleaning lenses and generally worrying about my equipment. I took my second camera, my Nikon D7100 and a 35mm lens. They are Read more ..

4.30am, it’s June 2014. I am surveying the vista before me, it is still dark. There is a platform of rocks stretching out to where I want to set up my camera to capture the sunrise. It will take me about 20 minutes to reach my spot. The tide is on the ebb and I Read more ..

1 – It’s all in the eyes. If you can, then try to get the eyes in focus. They are the first feature that the viewer looks at. 2 – Chest is best. All too often we leave too much empty space above the person’s head because we put their face in the centre of Read more ..

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