Blogs - Tips & Tricks

Low Key Wildlife Photography
24th June 2016 - 0 comments
Low-key photography is an exciting genre of wildlife photography, although challenging for both the beginner and experienced photographer, the results are extremely rewarding when you nail the image.


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Its all in the Eyes
04th December 2014 - 0 comments
For the beginners entering into the realm of photography, wildlife photography can be one of the toughest fields to master. Together with all the normal challenges of general photography and getting your head around your camera, you also have to deal with subjects that generally have no interest in cooperating, don't take orders and pretty much do as they please.


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SLR Simulator
29th October 2014 - 0 comments
A really great tool to help you understand and make sense of F-stops, shutter speed, ISO, metering and more!
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Noise in Images and How to Get Rid of It!!
03rd October 2014 - 2 comments
In today’s age of digital SLR cameras, the image quality is amazing, but one thing we hear on a regular basis is still the issue of the noise or grain in images, especially images shot at low light. Now one of the greatest issues with photographers is the misunderstanding of noise and how it affects their images, actually understanding at which point excessive noise becomes detrimental to their images


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Processing Wildlife Composites
09th September 2014 - 0 comments
As a continuation of one of my previous posts "Shooting Wildlife Composites", and as promised even though its about a year later, i will now go through a post processing workflow on how to combine and stitch your composite images into that beautiful final product you envisaged.


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Shooting Wildlife Composites
29th January 2013 - 1 comment
Have you ever found yourself so close to a subject to cant fit it in? Or find yourself with a fantastic scene before you having left your wide-angle lens at home and all you have is your long telephoto lens? Or further more have your wide-angle lens with you but the subject would just be too small in the frame or the image would need some major cropping and result in loosing valuable pixels to create the panorama or composite you have in your mind?


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Wildlife Flash Photography Tips at Dusk & Dawn
10th January 2013 - 6 comments
Dusk and dawn are photographically magical times of the day for flash photography.


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Second / Rear Curtain Sync in Flash Photography
30th November 2012 - 0 comments
This is a very powerful function of flash photography and when used correctly and in the right situations can produce you some spectacular and unique images, but may photographers don’t fully understand its function and how it works, I hope the following will help shed some light on this and enable you to use it to your advantage.


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