Category Archives: Training

Welcome to our new landscape photography post all about shooting art images at Rabbit Ings¬†– A 64 hectare country park located on the former colliery yard and spoil heap of the Monkton then Royston Drift Mine. As photographers, when we first pick up a camera we hardly ever move straight into a chosen genre like […]

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Dynamic range finished image Thank you to everyone who contacted¬†me about the dynamic range article. This is such a huge topic and would need much more time to cover this. Yes Steve you are right, you can take multi images at + and – the meters standard reading, and combine these to extend the dynamic […]

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Dynamic range I was up early out walking the other morning, and it was a beautiful clear sunny morning with hardly a cloud in the sky. As usual on a walk like this, I had my little compact Canon camera with me. You never know when you will see something that inspires you, and this […]

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All too often we hear the horror stories from our clients that their treasured images of family and friends have been lost. Digital files are not a safe way to save images and as we all know too well, sometimes there are technical glitches that send our images sailing away from us never to be […]

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