advice for new photographers
Getting Started Large format cameras are very simple yet very powerful imaging devices. If you are organised and methodical, they are straightforward to use, and… Read More »A Beginner’s Guide to the Large Format Film Camera.
It goes without saying that a wedding photographer should be a technically competent picture-taker. When it comes to dealing with people there are many other… Read More »6 Essential Skills Every Wedding Photographer Needs
Wedding photographers spend a lot of time shooting in low light. Auto ISO is a godsend in tricky conditions Why is Auto ISO Useful?… Read More »Wedding Photography Tips – How to use Auto ISO for great lowlight images.
Zooms versus Primes is one of those topics that seems to really divide photographers. Some people swear by prime lenses and would never use anything… Read More »Zooms vs. Primes for Wedding Photography
The Canon 135mm F2L is one of the older lenses in Canon’s line up, but is still an excellent performer. I had come to that… Read More »Canon 135mm F2L Lens Review – A Wedding Photography Favourite.
I love shooting portraits on sheet film. They have a lovely smooth tonality and uncanny depth to them. A classic style that makes anyone… Read More »Beginners Guide for Shooting Portraits on 4×5 Film.
Portrait photography is probably the most practised photographic discipline. One of the most common portrait photograhy tips given to beginners in portrait photography is to… Read More »Portrait Photography Tips – Stop down for the close up!