Hints and Tips
Wedding couple photos are one of the most important shots to schedule during a wedding day. They are also one of the parts of the… Read More »Wedding Couple Photos. Hints for Perfect Images
I was at a wedding last summer when a guest came up to me after the group photos and started chatting as they often do.… Read More »Wedding Photo Planning – Time, or the importance of working quickly.
I began processing my own large format film because I wanted to shoot more, and home processing drastically reduced my costs. Although I had a… Read More »My Top Tips For Large Format Film Processing.
When you are work in a fairly obscure medium like large format photography, building a complete camera system takes time. Some might say it never… Read More »Large Format Photography. What’s in my camera bag
What are large format camera movements and what are they for? In simple terms, conventional large format camera movements are a way of maximising depth… Read More »Camera Movements in Large Format – A Beginner’s Guide
I love shooting film at weddings. Adding work from a vintage camera like a Rolleiflex or 4×5 camera makes the experience for the couple that… Read More »Shooting film at weddings. 6 Top Tips (if you are not a wedding photographer).
Monorail vs. Field Camera. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, but which is right for you? Large format photography has seen an increase in interest… Read More »Field Camera vs. Monorail. Which is better?
When Ella and I arranged this shoot, I had checked the weather and the forecast was for bright, overcast day. Perfect weather for photography. So… Read More »Portraits on the Beach with a Large Format Camera