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Seascape photography tips – #1 Golden Hour

Seascape Photography From a very early age, the beach and sea have both fascinated and excited me. Thinking back I remember not being able to sleep for many hours before going on a family holiday or day out to the coast, I was far too excited. Then there is the first glimpse of the sea from the car window as you approach the coast, magic and very exciting, I am sure this will sound true with many reading this who […]

Rule of thirds photography tutorial

Rule of Thirds

When I bought my first DSLR camera and took up photography seriously, in a pleasurable sort of way of course, back in 2013, two tutorials on YouTube/basic rules of photography helped me the most and once understood instantly took my images from snapshots to images people liked and commented on. This post covers one of them – “THE RULE OF THIRDS“, in my next post I will cover the other one “LEADING LINES“. Some photographers online will attack the rule […]

Lowepro Customer Service is Excellent!

Thank you very much Lowepro!!

I would like to say a really big THANKYOU to Lowepro UK for some of the best customer service I have ever known. Like many of you, when it came time to upgrade my photography bag, I did loads of research, read many reviews and shopped around for the best price. I eventually found a bag that was perfect for my photography needs and the amount of gear I like to carry with me one any given photography outing. The […]

Sensor cleaning tutorial tim hill

Camera Image Sensor Cleaning Advice

As I was learning photography, the author of every tutorial I watched on YouTube had a different view when it came to camera sensor cleaning, but most tended to fall into two different camps. One camp is telling you never try cleaning your own image sensor, you can do damage and make your pride and joy DSLR or mirror-less camera into junk. The other camp was screaming at you through the computer and TV screen to save your money and do the job of sensor cleaning yourself. Proving you are careful and sensible, the job is easy and over years will save you a fortune.