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

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

Portrait photography is definitely one of the most popular forms of photography out there. Let’s face it, long before other types of photography(e.g. the more common landscape photography to more random ones like abstract photography) became popular, portrait photography was one of the earliest forms of photography and one of the ways early photographers made money. … Continue Reading

One of the best ways to get better at any skill you’re passionate about learning is to constantly immerse yourself with various sources of inspiration. If you’re an aspiring singer, listen to great singers and immerse yourself in great music, likewise if you’re an aspiring writer, dancer, athlete or whatever else your passion is – find ways to … Continue Reading

As you may have noticed on our instagram lately, I have been experimenting with a lot of different styles of photography – particularly so with regards to the editing of the photos. In the past, I’ve had a clear idea how exactly I would like to have my photos look but lately, I’ve decided to … 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

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! We’ve been trying our best to keep calm about this but we can’t anymore – we’ve written a book and wanna shout about it from the top of the hills! One of our favourite parts about travelling is taking getting to indulge in our passion – photography,  so much so that there’s some … Continue Reading

It probably comes as no surprise to you that I love photography. I love being out and about and taking photos – especially so when travelling as my love for photography seems to materialise into something real because I then find a purpose to indulge in my hobby (even though the bulk of that is … Continue Reading

Photography has moved by leaps and bounds in recent years and even just 7 years ago, you wouldn’t think of using your phone as your main photography tool but these days, phone photography pretty much dominates the bulk of photos shared on social media. Granted mine are photos of mundane cr*p like my inability to … Continue Reading

I’ve had a few questions over the past few months about what camera I use to take my photos, what accessories I have and what else I pack with me, photography-wise, when travelling. I planned on answering these questions all in one go on a post but yesterday, I figure I might as well put … Continue Reading

Night time photos can be some of the best photos you can take yet conversely one of the hardest photos to take! They either turn out fantastic or in really awful quality and there’s usually very little in between. Even the slightest movement when taking the photos can make such a difference to the photo … Continue Reading

Whether you actively set out to see wildlife (as you might in a safari or a trip to the zoo) or you happen to come across them totally randomly as you explore your current travel destination, it’s safe to say that taking photos of animals in their natural (or simulated) habitat can prove rather tricky. … Continue Reading