SECRETS OF ACCEPTABLE INTRUSION | Darrin Henry
Street photography can be either an adrenaline rush or a cold sweat inducing experience. For many it breaks down as simply as that. I’m beginning to realise it’s a discipline with the camera that makes the nerves
PHOTOGRAPHY IS A HABIT FOR LIFE |
By a mile, the best creative hobby is photography. Ok, that’s just my biased opinion, but even so. Young or old, male or female, big budget, small budget… it works for everyone pretty much. Photography isn’t prejudiced
THE LADIES COURTROOM DRAMA | Darrin Henry
In this post I’m sharing a few tips for sport photography; specifically women’s indoor volleyball. We have a small, Sunday afternoon league on St Helena in which Sharon plays, making it an ideal topic for me to cover.
Across photography there are many
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHY GETS ROUGH |
Our fun camera when it comes to photography is the small, blue, boxy Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 compact which tags along wherever the ‘big camera’ goes. We’ve owned a few compacts over the years, but for a while now our
OUTDOORS WITH THE CAMERA | Darrin Henry
Recognising good photography light for landscapes is sometimes confusing for beginners. I mean, midday or early afternoon with clear blue skies and brilliant sunshine is when scenery looks fantastic, doesn’t it? It’s easy to think this might
COMPOSING BETTER PICTURES | Darrin Henry
The Rule of Thirds in photography is a simple and effective composition technique for capturing better pictures. It’s one of the first things you’ll learn on any photography course and it soon becomes second nature.
BETTER FAMILY PICTURES WITH ANY CAMERA | Darrin Henry
Is this how you take photographs of your family on holiday? You’re at a famous building or historical monument and as the designated family photographer you organise the souvenir picture. First you order your children