Digital Camera Menus

Listen to this, twice bake lavostock pot, buffalo mozerella basil and pine nuts souffle a terin of duck hand ham, hock and rabbit with cranberries, with spiced pear fueling smoke salmon with suede goats cheese ice cream and a seeded tweel sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it but you don’t need it all, and just like Read more…

Camera Controls (intro) – command dial

Camera’s have got loads of buttons and knobs haven’t they, they’re pretty much like a car I mean just look at this lot in here, had i possibly hoped to turn letft use the indicators wash the windscreen or anything else if I didn’t know what these knobs and buttons did. So don’t go into Read more…

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…

How To Set Up Your Camera’s Diopter

when you look through the viewfinder of your camera and you half press the shutter button to autofocus. The autofocus beaps to tell you that everything’s nice and sharp but what you see with your eye look a bit soft and fuzzy, that’s gonna be rather off-putting, it means you need to set up your Read more…

Street Photography Part 3 – Candid

there’s always something going on on the market isn’t there? Driving a bus through here can’t be that fun. in the other two street photography films i hope that I’ve got you used to be in a public place and taking pictures. In part one it was about not worrying if people come up and 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 Tips: How to find the right camera settings – think like a photographer

hello all you lovely boys and girls out there in photography land this week only show you a little film where we’re gonna go through taking couple of images but I’m gonna explain what I’m thinking as I do it now cameras a marvelous piece of equipment but on their own they can’t do anything Read more…

Photography On Cloudy Days – Mike Browne

Dull gray days like this one, they really can be motivationally challenging can’t they? We tell ourselves there isn’t a photo to be had because the sun’s not shining and that’s just not true it’s it’s just a different picture to be had, because different weather conditions produce different lighting conditions I am down on Read more…

Sunset Photography Tips with Mike Browne

sunsets and sunrises are definitely one of the most popular genres to photograph I know when I’m looking at images on Flickr snap there are thousands and thousands of them so I thought I’d take you out to one of my favorite sunset locations and just do a sunset shoot with you so you can 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…