Tag Archive: photography for beginners

How To! References for beginner and improver photographers

A list of posts you might like if you are working on your photography

Protected: Beginners’ Summary Sheets

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10 pointers to help you become a better social dance photographer

10 points to help you improve your dance photography.

What Settings Should Be Used for Motion Blur?

This post builds on the last two #togtips posts. It discusses how to achieve motion blur and gives a few practice questions

Getting The Light Right – understanding exposure

This builds on the last how-to post with a way of thinking and useful practice tool for getting to grips with how aperture, shutter speed and ISO can be combined to get the narrative you want.

2nd anniversary at City Academy

According to LinkedIn I’ve been teaching photography to City Academy Students for two years now. I’ve loved every minute. To commemorate it I thought I’d post some of the shots I’ve taken to… Continue reading

ISO on #WordyMonday

One of my students at a recent City Academy photography workshop asked me what ISO was so I thought I’d talk about it here for #WordyMonday. To accompany it I’ve chosen this recent… Continue reading

Five ways to improve your Carnival photography

It’s coming up to  Carnival time in London and we can look forward to some of the most colourful and exciting open air dance shots of the year.  Wherever your planned Carnival shoot,… Continue reading