Thank you to everyone who continues to send me photography questions of all kinds. I love learning what people are up to, and helping if I can. These are 5 Q&A’s from all those received this month. 1. Amy from Real Kids Rising blog: Backgrounds Amy said that she is often disappointed with how the […]
“Using Photoshop is cheating.” “People who edit digitally aren’t photographers.” If you are new to this debate, and never shot film, you might be slightly bemused. Why would anyone NOT edit and process their photos?
I learnt so much useful, practical technical information at Photo Live 2013, I can’t believe my brain will recover.
Photo Live 2013 was held in London at the end of October – a new photo conference with a fantastic format of back-to-back lectures spread over 2 days. I learnt more in 2 days than I have all year.
You should never shoot into the sun. You will get Bad Light. Or will you? Maybe you’ll get the best light. You won’t know until you try.
At a GPP London talk back in September, I had a life changing moment in the talk that David Hobby (aka Strobist) gave. Very simply he made us change our perspective on life.
“You can’t take a decent photo with your phone.” “If it’s quick and easy, it can’t be any good.” Really? I don’t think so.