Category Archives: Training

Over the years we’ve had the absolute pleasure of working for some amazingly wonderful people. From boudoir shoots and corporate headshots right through to family portrait sessions and newborn photography. We wanted to ask all of our lovely clients from the past if they would mind taking a few moments out of their day to […]

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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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