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21 Jul 2021
Finding your style as a photographer can be frustrating & the most daunting aspect of pursuing photography. In this article, I show you how
6 Jul 2021
Want better smartphone photography results? ISO and shutter explained in adobe Lightroom camera app. Learn some tips that even the pros get wrong!
30 Jun 2021
Achieving manual focus using Lightroom mobile app is so easy and powerful. The focus peaking feature ensures perfect focus every time, anywhere
22 Jun 2021
Noise reduction is now achievable on your smartphone itself. Learn what is noise, the apps and techniques to dramatically reduce noise in your phone photos.
15 Jun 2021
There are 3 reasons for a blurry photo: focus blur, subject & camera motion blur. We are going to look at techniques & gear to stabilise your phone camera.
30 May 2021
These Snapseed Photo sharpening tools & my techniques are like a phone upgrade! Learn how to achieve this while keeping that natural look.
30 May 2021
Photo distortion is a common issue in smartphone photography. Let's discuss barrel and pincushion distortion, lens to subject distance and angle perspective distortion.
17 May 2021
Stay informed of photography app updates to take advantage of the new tools & features
13 May 2021
Dutch angle composition can add energy and movement to the right photo! Learn the why, when & how to use this technique.
18 Feb 2021
One of the biggest challenges we face as photo enthusiasts is the self-belief that we are not creative enough. Is that you? Did you miss out on that creative gene that everyone else seems to have? I believed that for so long myself. Now you can unlock your creativity with this exercise.
11 Feb 2021
One of the biggest challenges we face as photo enthusiasts is the self-belief that we are not creative enough. Is that you? Did you miss out on that creative gene that everyone else seems to have? I believed that for so long myself. Now you can unlock your creativity with this exercise.
4 Jan 2021
There is nothing worse than the feeling of taking the perfect photo… and later realising that it is blurry, soft or lacking clarity. In this video, I share my number 1 tip before introducing you to my Blurry to Tack-Sharp Photos: 4-Step System.
14 Mar 2021
Identifying other reasons for learning photography may help to realise new motivations to get out there and learn a little each day. Taking the step to learn photography brings you so much joy, love for life and transferrable skills to other arts and hobbies, even travel.
14 Mar 2021
Storytelling is something you likely hear photographers talk about. For so long, I myself did not understand what that meant. Storytelling in your images can create an emotional connection with the viewer. The context can evoke a universal memory that we all share.
16 Jan 2019
A photography checklist will help to transition your images from snapshots to more engaging and intentional photographs. As you become more experienced and shooting regularly, you start to implement many of these tips instinctively.
5 Nov 2018
Street art has content, context, vibrant colours, tones, lines, surface texture and detail, that all adds to the story and intention of the piece. Learning the art of capturing and editing a piece of street art really elevates the aesthetic value to a more sophisticated visual piece.
9 Feb 2021
Silhouette photos can be very powerful at communicating a strong subject/story and a fantastic way to experiment shooting a different technique. It is one of my go-to techniques when I find myself in a creative rut and find myself photographing the same thing over and over!
10 Apr 2018
Have you participated in a photo contest or a monthly photo competition and wondered how the judge sorts through and assesses the images? In this article, I am going to unveil the mystery and explain my process and 15-point system.
15 Mar 2018
Night photography and generally, low light photos have always been one of the biggest challenges for us, photo enthusiasts. Technological advancements in a smartphone, enable us to attempt photos, previously not even contemplated. Learn the techniques and tips to nail those low-light photos.
5 Mar 2018
To create an aesthetically pleasing photograph – there are several compositional guidelines. The rule of thirds is one of the most powerful techniques, to help you position different elements in the photo.
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