Top 5 Camera Controls To Master – Mike Browne

the very very best bit about being a photographer is still riding the motorcycle and what a wonderful day for doing it too these are my top five camera controls these are things which in my opinion you really do need to be able to master because your camera isn’t infallible there are times it’s Read more…

Photoshop QUICK Tip: Selective Focus for Photos

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. This is a Photoshop quick tip for versions CS6 and later that shows you how to use selective focus using the Iris Blur filter to give your photos the effect of a shallow depth of field, which draws attention to your subject. Camera phones and point-and-shoot cameras Read more…

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!

Quite often when you go out shooting with your camera you’ll probably see a scene that you think’s interesting; frame it up a bit and then zoom around with your zoom to try and get the composition that you want, but there is a much better way of doing things than this. If you consider Read more…

Photography Full Frame Equivalence Explained

How would you like to improve the photos and videos you shoot? Well stay tuned to the end of this video because I’m going to tell you why what you’re shooting isn’t turning out quite the way you want it to. With smaller than 35 millimeter size image sensors, you will often hear talk of Read more…

Photography Tips: How to shoot in ‘Bad’ light

as you can see it’s a pretty dull and gloomy day here today now I’m sure many of us have all been somewhere exciting somewhere they’ve always wanted to visit and the weather is closed and everything that you really dull it’s a massive disappointed because you want to go and shoot a few pictures Read more…

Photography Tips: Composition can be practised anywhere

you know what the second best thing about being a photographer is getting to drive the digger now why am I here? why am I sitting in a digger? why am I in this sort of odd environment? well, I wanna talk to about practicing things now I learnt to drive a digger by by Read more…

Top 5 Beginner Photographer Mistakes – Mike Browne

and I stay out here this morning so I thought I’d come and sit on the wall drink some coffee and a little chat with you about it’s a very common mistakes that I see beginner photographers make but first of all why do you make them why do those mistakes come from well very Read more…

Photography Tips for Whale Watching Pt2

Hello again people, and welcome to part two, this little miny were i got the opportunity of a lifetime to go on photograph something I’d always dreamt of photographing, here in part 2 we’re going to see what happens on the actual shoot when the light came right, something’s i had to think about and Read more…

Photography Tips – Which Focal Length Should I Use?

Come on Tasha, up you get. Stop sunning yourself. Come on it’s time to earn that three pound fifty and the diet coke. Come on. Tasha lean against the wood a bit. That’s it just tilt your head against the wood and stare dreamily about there, somehting like that excellent. this is an exercise to Read more…

Photography Tip – Shoot Professional Looking Head Shots At Home

it’s not just professional models and actresses that need headshots for their portfolios we all use headshots with our social media profiles you might need one for the about us page for that work website there are many many uses driving licenses because you grannies gonna want one to stick on the mantle piece and Read more…