It’s so easy you don’t even have to lift a finger. I know, crazy right? I have to admit though, I was a bit skeptical at first. I take far too many photos when I travel and so have spent years trying to find the perfect tool to make editing easier. In fact, I remember … Continue Reading

This one is so easy! There’s literally no tough skill to be learnt here, no tricky unheard-of methods to study here and nothing that a single one of us out there can’t apply straight away. I tend to travel with more than one camera. The camera I use for blog photography is not the same as … Continue Reading

Following on from our last post here where we showed you what I’ve found to be one of the easiest cameras for getting amazing professional quality photos (and when we told you the exciting news that we’re Ambassador for Panasonic Lumix cameras), I figured I might as well put together a few quick and easy … Continue Reading

Photos are such a funny little thing, aren’t they? They don’t have limits like words do when it comes to telling a story and this is understandably why photography is still one of those things that people across the globe, regardless of what language they speak, can all agree on. The first Lumix camera I had … Continue Reading

This is a very quick post! I just found these photos from our trip to Fuerteventura where, we had a little challenge of trying to photograph the night sky. Seeing as I’d already done Northern Lights photography a couple of times, I was pretty sure this was gonna be a walk in the park. Surely … Continue Reading

We’re literally talking about spending just 1-second here to end up with dramatically different and rather beautiful photos (if I do say so myself 🙂 ). Photography is absolutely subjective and while one important part of it is actually getting the right photo, the most crucial part (and sometimes, the most overlooked part) is actually editing the … Continue Reading

You love photography, right? You snap lots of life’s memories to cherish, enjoy and share with friends and family but how do you ensure you’re capturing the ‘type’ of photos you want? Thankfully, photography is subjective and very personal – one type of shot will work for certain situations (or people) but not in others, … Continue Reading

… because let’s face it, taking the photo is only half of the work. You still need to see it through and edit that photo to make it look exactly as you had in mind when you took it. Cameras are great but they are no match for the human eye. They don’t capture colours … Continue Reading

Night time photography is the bane of many a photographer. To be perfectly frank, as beautiful as night time photos look, they tend to be one of the hardest types of photography to nail a.) because the rules vary considerably depending on what sort of photograph you’re after (for instance, Northern light photos require a totally … Continue Reading

The concept of bad or good weather is quite relative but for most of us, the idea of bad weather is one when the skies are grey, dull and pouring with rain. Let’s be honest, sunshine has been shown to have mood enhancing properties with the opposite being true for grey days. Then there’s the photography … Continue Reading

Putting up photos on instagram is one of the simplest things in the world. You can quite literally click, upload and even insert a witty caption in seconds. Using instagram these days is about so much more than that though. It’s about you getting a chance to showcase you own view of the world and share with … Continue Reading

Today, while I was randomly perusing Pinterest (and simultaneous nursing my post-lunch food belly), I came across a couple of rather interesting photography cheat sheets that I haven’t seen around but which I find pretty much on the money. Usually I’m not a fan of sharing infographics or anything that looks remotely like one (I’m not … Continue Reading

And it’s free too! So, we all know a good camera does not make a person a good photographer – in the same way a good pan does not make anyone a good chef, you still need to inject a bit of your skill and style to get a great photo (or indeed a great meal). … Continue Reading

Taking photos when you travel can be so much fun! Don’t get me wrong – it’s nice to see these things in person (with or without the photography element) however taking nice photos of the day is almost like an instant ticket to take you back to these places you visited and adventures you’ve had. … Continue Reading