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Aerial photograph of the Chemainus River Estuary, Chemainus Valley, Vancouver Island

Aerial Photography – What type of aircraft?

Aerial photography is as challenging as it gets for the professional photographer. Many decisions need to be made to get spectacular results, everything from type of aircraft to subject matter and time of day. Teamwork is also required as the photographer and pilot have to communicate well in order for the photographer to get the […]

Seljalandsfoss is a stunning waterfall on the south coast

Iceland, Southern Contrasts – Glaciers, Volcanoes & Waterfalls

Wild Photography Holidays 00354 5888939 are an innovative UK/Iceland based travel company, specializing in small-group photography holidays to wild and inaccessible places. www.wildphotographyholidays.com Their late May Icelandic departure Southern Contrasts – Glaciers, Volcanoes & Waterfalls offers: Southern Iceland: 10 Outrageously Cool Photographic Locations Solheimajokull Glacier – Images of a surreal icy landscape Gullfoss – Photograph […]

Trees and Birds, Baye, France

Revisit Your Old Photos

Often after returning from a trip or event I spend little time actually looking through images and picking the keepers. There are a number of reasons for this, the primary reason being lack of time. Typically my work flow allows me to process the photographs I require for a project or story and then move […]

Macro Photography for Beginners

Macro Photography for Beginners

Macro photography has grown into a hobby (or profession) for many photographers in the prior couple of years due to better quality equipment offered at reasonable prices. For an excellent photography tutorial I recommend the The 123 Digital Imaging Suite. Macro Photography Equipment is available in the following range: * dedicated macro lenses * extension […]

Lynn Wiles - Night Pool

Lynn Wiles – Water Photography

Featured photographic artist – Lynn Wiles Our previous feature artist post contained images by Lynn Wiles, her impressionist photographic images. These impressionist images have a painterly look created by using a slow shutter speed and are worth a look. This series contains images of water using both slow shutter speeds and high shutter speeds. The […]

Trunks in Grass - Lynn Wiles

Lynn Wiles – Impressionist Photography

Featured photographic artist – Lynn Wiles I first discovered Lynn’s work about one year ago and was impressed both with her imagery as well as her dedication to posting images to her blog on a daily basis. Believe me, this is not an easy accomplishment! Much of Lynn Wiles work borders on abstract with rich […]

Maple trees - the image is focused on the leaves and trunk of the trees

Focus on Reflections – Photography Technique

Reflections are all around us and make an excellent subject to photograph. Sometimes the reflections are of a specific subject, perhaps a tree or a building. Other times the reflection will be an abstract in itself; for example light sources or cloud formations. We can easily shoot reflections as an abstract image or as a […]

Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, Paris, France

Photographing Paris – Bridges of the Seine River

Within Paris there are 37 bridges over the Seine River, many with interesting architectural features and most with an interesting history. The bulk of these are in the central tourism area between the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most photogenic areas of Paris, likely one of the most photogenic cities in the world! […]

Sea Anemones, Botanical Beach

Photography in bad weather – Botanical Beach

Let’s face it, the weather in most parts of the world is not always picture perfect. Where I live on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada we have our share of rain and what I like to call heavy mist. As a photographer what do we do to prepare ourselves for this? On a […]

Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias)

Nature Photography: Five Tips For Great Wildlife Photos.

Wildlife photography can be one of the most challenging and rewarding fields of nature photography. With digital cameras creating such widespread interest in all types of photography, new photographers all over the world are taking an interest in wildlife photography. Most of the photography guides these days focus on the technical aspects of the camera: […]

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