It’s known as ‘Amazing Thailand’ for a reason. Thailand is one of the most colourful, exotic and culturally rich locations in the world. Join me in October of 2016 where I’ll share my many years of experience photographing the Provinces of Thailand in this unique 7 Day Thailand photography workshop.
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With this landscape photography tutorial I'm going to discuss a really obvious tip that can instantly improve your landscape photography in a huge way. Hunt Foreground! Sounds really simple right? [...]
One of the most basic photography techniques that I show to my students is something I've named the '20 in 2' method. By taking your camera off the tripod and [...]
Few places capture the imagination quite like the Trona Pinnacles. Situated in Southern California just 10 minutes from the town of Trona, this otherworldly landscape of tufa spires offers the [...]
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One of the most basic photography techniques that I show to my students is something I've named the '20 in 2' method. By taking your camera off the tripod and shooting in (gulp) AUTO mode, [...]
If you've ever struggled with the art of composition in your photography, you're going to love this article. I struggled for years to ''see the shot'' until one day it just clicked. Since then I've [...]
Before you get busy with the HDR processing, take a few minutes to clean up your RAW files first to avoid enhancing any nasty little issues like chromatic aberration and excessive noise. These tips are [...]
With this Photoshop tutorial video, It's pretty easy to convert a colour landscape photograph into a dramatic, moody and intense black and white or monochrome image. In this tutorial I explain how to make the [...]
I heard about focus stacking a few years ago but never took the time to experiment with it. A recent conversation with a fellow photographer about 'tilt-shift' lenses prompted me to explore this fascinating technique [...]