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  • How To – Shooting In Low Light Without a Flash

    How To – Shooting In Low Light Without a Flash

    Tutorials September 7, 2012 1:12 am

    Nobody seems to have problems taking great looking photographs in daylight or well-lit environments. Take your camera out in to the garden on a sunny afternoon and your shots will appear bright, pin-sharp and beautifully saturated, time after time. However, once the environment becomes too dark, many beginners struggle to […]

     
  • How To – Car Panning Photography at a Motorsport Circuit

    How To – Car Panning Photography at a Motorsport Circuit

    Tutorials August 29, 2012 3:34 pm

    Panning is an important technique for photographers to learn and use, but one which does take a certain degree of skill and practice to master. So let’s break it down. What is panning? Panning is the technique used to capture a moving object against a static background. The aim is […]

     
  • How To – 5 Tips For Outdoor Photography In Summer

    How To – 5 Tips For Outdoor Photography In Summer

    Tutorials, Videos August 22, 2012 4:44 am

    Summertime photography is great. Colours are more saturated with the sky a deeper blue, clouds are cotton white, flowers are in bloom, grass is a vibrant green, people are generally in higher spirits and best of all, the lighting of the sun lends itself to better photos. So, here are […]

     
  • How To – 5 Tips For Shooting Wide Angle In a City

    How To – 5 Tips For Shooting Wide Angle In a City

    Real-Estate, Tutorials August 20, 2012 3:55 am

    When I’m photographing in a busy city, there are usually three types of shots I go for – close-up detail, people and wide angle. I love shooting wide angle for a number of reasons. Firstly, it enables you to capture a lot more within the composition. Secondly, you’re able to […]

     
  • How To – 5 More Tips For Better Football Photography

    How To – 5 More Tips For Better Football Photography

    Football, Tutorials, We Are SO Football August 2, 2012 4:11 pm

    One of my first articles for We Are SO Photo listed my top ten tips for better football photography. Whilst these tips will undoubtedly help improve your sports snaps, I’ve decided to compile five more pieces of advice to help you continue to grow as a photographer and capture those […]

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

    RAW vs Jpeg – Why You Should Always Shoot In RAW

    Tutorials May 15, 2012 1:00 am

    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 […]

     
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