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Tutorials and other useful photography tips for better results with the camera.

Photography Tips: Photographing White Terns on St Helena

HOW TO SHOOT WHITE TERNS | Darrin Henry White terns, or fairy terns as they are commonly known, are brilliant for photographers like me who lack the patience normally necessary for capturing good wildlife pictures. Gygis alba Skittishness around people is not for white terns

By |2018-11-09T03:32:06+00:00November 9th, 2016|Awesome Nature, Photography Help, St Helena|6 Comments

How To Make Better Use of Colour In Photography

GET CREATIVE WITH COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY | Darrin Henry So, colour photography, why does that need its own special mention? Each time I do, Sharon argues “colour photography is just, photography,” what am I making a fuss about? Although photography was born in black and white

By |2018-11-09T03:33:32+00:00October 1st, 2016|Photography Help, Top 10 and more|0 Comments

8 Tips To Improve Your Mobile Photography And Take Your Smart Phone Seriously

SHARING THE LOVE OF MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY | Sharon Henry Before I share these tips to improve your mobile photography - it’s confession time. I didn't take my camera phone seriously until the batteries ran flat in the compact. This is the first time I've ever

By |2018-11-09T03:34:59+00:00September 1st, 2016|Photography Help, Top 10 and more|10 Comments

Right Click: Inspiration of World Photo Day

CHOOSE JUST ONE PICTURE | Darrin Henry Because of Korske Ara, a photographer based in Canberra, Australia, thousands of photographers now spend hours – perhaps days even – each trying to choose just one of their own photos for World Photo Day. This year I’ve joined

By |2018-01-05T03:22:30+00:00August 19th, 2016|Photography Help, Right Click, St Helena|1 Comment

Black and White Photography Tips – Planning Your Shots

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS | Darrin Henry Black and white photographs carry that nostalgic credential which gives them instant appeal, even more so today where the style gets a free pass to the ‘artistic’ table. But there’s a dark side :) With powerful digital software and

By |2018-11-09T03:35:54+00:00July 6th, 2016|Photography Help|6 Comments

100 Clicks – Shooting Our First Photography Project 366

PROJECT 366, THE FIRST 100 DAYS | Darrin Henry It’s a bit like playing fetch with a young Border Collie; no matter how often or how far you throw the ball the dog will drop it back at your feet in a flash, demanding

By |2018-10-05T05:16:23+00:00April 9th, 2016|Photography Help, St Helena|2 Comments

Landscape Photography Tips – Look For The Shadows

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

By |2018-03-31T20:13:25+00:00November 29th, 2015|Photography Help|4 Comments

The Rule Of Thirds In Photography: What It Is And How To Use It?

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.

By |2018-06-26T05:28:06+00:00October 13th, 2015|Photography Help|0 Comments

Three Easy Steps – How To Take Better Family Pictures

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

By |2018-01-15T05:18:55+00:00September 3rd, 2015|Photography Help|2 Comments
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