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Hey guys, the final 5 photos selected from the Monsters theme are below. Thanks for all the entries. Please vote on your favourite. 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Bottom Middle 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to this with the number (in digit format) of the photo you wish to win, the winner will be contacted... Read more
Congratulations Lianna, who won last weeks Human Connection vote. Lianne has chosen the theme of Side by Side for us this week, here's what she had to say... First of all can I say Thank you so much for choosing me to be in the final five! And secondly - Wow!! I can't believe I have won - I am so so... Read more
1) Cross Roads of the World (Wide Version) - Times Square NYC by Michael Elliott 2) #365: The end and the beginning... by Chris Wang 3) Red by Livia 4) daisy redux by ladyjane 5) Day 229|Melbourne Part XIII by Bobbyj 6) Fun.... by Corine Wernsen 7) Top Hat & Tails by Humphrey Hippo 8) Exit by beachradish 9) Towards The Light by Rachel Mackenzie 10) 13th July 2012... Read more
Inspired by imminent Olympic activities, we thought that we would share a few hints and tips for capturing action at sporting events. Timing When it comes to sports photography, timing is everything – so keep your eye on the action constantly. You are looking for moments of pure emotion and adrenaline fuelled movement. From joy, despair, celebration and lament to seemingly... Read more
So last weeks Human Connection theme had a good uptake, just under 200 entries. I know it was a tough subject to try and photograph so well done to everybody that gave it a go. I can however only pick 5 of those entries, so here's my final 5. 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Middle Right 5) Bottom Right To vote... Read more
Hi guys, apologies it's a bit late, slight communication error, but we're here with this weeks theme! Last weeks lucky "Weather" winner was Wendy, with the shot below. I spoke to Wendy and she would like to thank everybody for the votes on her photo and she was really pleased to be in the final 5. Wendy did choose a theme but unfortunately... Read more
1) Exit by beachradish 2) The other photographer... by Brian Baptie 3) Leading light by Flagged 4) Just lines and shadows by Amy Spada 5) Change is as Good as a Holiday by Wendy Bowden 6) Clouds and Bicycle by Betsies Pinto Pony 7) Fisherman on the rocks... by Brian Baptie 8) Waiting by John 9) Icon by Paul 10) #365: The end and the beginning... by Chris Wang ... Read more
It doesn’t matter whether you are shooting on a digital camera or using film, or whether you are using a manual setting or on auto – understanding the principles of ISO will definitely improve your photography. We are here to demystify ISO, also known as ASA and Film Speed to help you get the look you want for your photos. ISO in... Read more
Last weeks theme was Weather, we had loads of great entries and I tried to pick a good variety of shots, although they do appear to all be landscapes, I guess that's the way it goes sometimes. So here are the final 5 to vote on. 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Middle Right 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite... Read more
Happy Monday! The winner from our last theme was Hales, with the photo below... I Spoke to Hales and we came up with the theme of "Human Connection" for this week. You are welcome to interpret this as you wish, I'm not entirely sure what Hales was looking for but I'm sure you'll impress us either way. How to enter If you wish... Read more
1) Eeek!! by Roz Greening 2) Midtown Manhattan Night Lights by Michael Elliott 3) Midnight SOOC by Sassik 4) Washed up by Flagged 5) Randi by Kerri 6) The art of rain by Kate 7) The Flame Thrower by Tracy 8) Happy fingers by Pien 9) Peek-a-boo by Jo 10) Sunset in the Skyline by Michael Elliott Eeek!! by roz2012 Midtown... Read more
Deciding how much to charge for a photo shoot can be a tough task. To help you negotiate the seemingly hazardous terrain of exchanging creativity for cash, we have rounded up some handy hints, tips and advice about charging for your photographic excellence. From Amateur to Professional Do not be scared to charge even if you don’t have formal training. An amateur... Read more