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Inspiration: 5 Masters of Street Photography

Though nothing beats getting out into the world with your camera, as with any art, it pays to learn from the greats. With that in mind I’m kicking off a new series – ‘Five Masters of…’ – detailing my favourite photographers working across different fields. Without further ado, for your viewing pleasure, here are our inspirational and […]

Food Photography: 5 Tips for Drool-Worthy Photos

Your freshly baked rustic apple pie is a feast for the senses. The sweet aroma of apples, cinnamon and mulled spices wafts through the kitchen. The perfectly crimped crust promises buttery bliss in each bite and the sticky caramel-glazed apples peeking through the crisscrossed topping shout out ‘I’m ready for my close-up’. You rush off […]

5 Hottest Young Photographers Today

In a bit of a pictorial rut? Taking photos of the same old scenes? If you are in the need of some inspiration there is nothing better than heading to you nearest photo book shop or flicking through the pages of FOAM to motivate you to pick up your camera with renewed gusto. Whatever your […]

Night Photography Tips: Here Comes the Darkness

So much of the world comes to life after the lights go down – cities become magical new playgrounds and the stars illuminate naturescapes. Taking your camera out after hours is therefore an inherently sensible idea. Night photography is challenging – it takes patience, some good equipment, technical prowess… and most of all — patience! […]

5 Ways to Improve your Candid Street Photography

Armed with an iPhone, the world and his aunt considers himself a street photographer nowadays, but it takes a certain intuition, perfect conditions and an element of luck to shot something special. Before you even leave your front door study the masters of the craft: Henri Cartier Bresson, William Klein and Daido Moriyama, to name but […]

12 Tips to getting Tack Sharp Photos

If there’s one thing that sets professional photographers apart from the amateurs, it’s the sharpness of the photos they take. And I’m not simply talking about sharp. I’m talking about tack sharp photos — those that are so clear that there is not even the slightest hint of blurriness, even when zoomed in 100%. It turns […]

How to Control Depth of Field in your Photos

Learning how to control the Depth of Field in your photos is probably the single biggest way that you can make an artistic impact, other than maybe changing the composition of the photo itself. I love playing with the depth of field to achieve different effects, whether it’s producing a soft, blurred background to really bring […]