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Photoshop Manipulation by Tim Hill

Has a broken rib improved my images?

OK, maybe a silly title with a little bit of click bait in there but let me explain how breaking a rib could very much help my finished images in the future. I have not been able to work for the past couple of weeks due to breaking a rib while working in blizzard conditions, when we really should not have been out and in a situation where I could break a rib to start with, but that’s another story. […]

Car Wreck

Photoshop Manipulation – Car Wreck

Photoshop manipulation is never easy but wow, that took hours! Having finished, I am so proud of myself. The large full resolution version of Car Wreck looks cool, one to keep and frame. I am sure somebody more used to photoshop manipulations could do the above image in half the time, I was in no rush and paid attention to detail, I wanted to get this one right and I am pleased to say came bloody close, eventually! All credit […]

Lake District Photography Gary Gough

Photographers who inspire me – Gary Gough

The good thing, if I can find one, of being at home after breaking a rib after a fall in the snow, is having time to think about photography and all the great people who teach and inspire me on a weekly basis through platforms like YouTube. Currently, when I need inspiration I look no further than Leeds based, professional Yorkshire photographer Gary Gough. Back in 2017, Gary decided to set aside one day a week away from his busy […]

Ferrybridge Power Station Tim Hill

Leading Lines a fundamental part of photography

Along with the rule of thirds, leading lines is one of those common sense rules in photography that, once understood and used, can transform your images overnight, from dull to interesting. Leading lines come in many forms from picture to picture but all are designed to take the eye of the viewer through the image and keep the viewer looking longer, so adding interest. You can use leading lines to draw a viewer’s attention to a specific part of the […]