• Interior Photography Without Over-Exposed Windows

    Interior Photography Without Over-Exposed Windows

    One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is from photographers struggling with over-exposed windows with regards to interior photography. It’s a tricky skill to master but let’s start by identifying the problem and walking through the solutions. The problem of over-exposed or ‘blown out’ windows is a result […]

  • The 5 Best & Worst Things About Being a Professional Photographer

    The 5 Best & Worst Things About Being a Professional Photographer

    It’s true. Every job has its pros and cons. The trouble was, my old office job as a marketing manager seemed to have more than its fair share of negatives. The thought of being in that routine until the sweet release of retirement scared me a lot. Don’t get me […]

  • How It Was Shot & Edited #2 – Sunset Wedding Portrait

    How It Was Shot & Edited #2 – Sunset Wedding Portrait

    Our tutorial on how this signature wedding portrait was shot in fading light using off-camera flash. For more episodes from our ‘How It Was Shot & Edited’ series, just click here. Click the logo below to subscribe to the We Are SO Photo YouTube channel. Click here to view more of […]

  • Adobe Lightroom Tutorial – How To Import Photos

    Adobe Lightroom Tutorial – How To Import Photos

    Our tutorial on how to import your photos in to Adobe Lightroom plus a walk-through of the catalog and file management systems. Click the logo below to subscribe to the We Are SO Photo YouTube channel. Click here to view more of our editing videos  

  • An Interview with Simon Roe – Sports Photographer

    An Interview with Simon Roe – Sports Photographer

    When I first thought about conducting another interview with a sports photographer, I not only wanted someone with the ability to shoot eye catching images but also to pick the brains of someone with real ambition to achieve great things with his work. Still in his 20’s, Simon Roe was […]

  • RAW vs Jpeg – Why You Should Always Shoot In RAW

    RAW vs Jpeg – Why You Should Always Shoot In RAW

    I never used to shoot in RAW. I didn’t see the point. To be honest, it baffled me somewhat and I didn’t fully understand the benefits. I just wanted to take a photo and have an instant image file which I could then email and Tweet around. So I shot […]