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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
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.
13 May 2021
Dutch angle composition can add energy and movement to the right photo! Learn the why, when & how to use this technique.
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.
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.
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!
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.
19 Dec 2017
The quickest way to make your subject obvious and get noticed - isolate it from the background. In this article, I share many techniques to make your subject pop and jump off the screen.
23 Aug 2017
A blurred background or any other part of an image instantly separates sections of the photo. The blur can be aesthetically pleasing and help to direct the attention of the viewer. Learn how in this tutorial.
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