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Black and White Photography Tips – Planning Your Shots

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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

How Good Is The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5

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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

Landscape Photography Tips – Look For The Shadows

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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

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

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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.

Three Easy Steps – How To Take Better Family Pictures

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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

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