Blog - Photography tips

I offer personal 1-2-1 photography courses, but I also write a lot of photography tips to help you improve your photography.
Photo tip - How to take outdoor portraits
30th December 2009 - 1 comment
Outdoor portrait photography is more fun and offers more creativity than in a studio in my opinion. Here are a few tips for photographing outdoors.
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Photo tip - Finding photos
30th December 2009 - 0 comments
This photo tip helps you find, visualise and then create great photos in any given situation.
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Photo tip - 35 Landscape photography tips
27th April 2009 - 0 comments

35 landscape photography tips to help you improve. If you're in the Peterborough area I run one to one photography training.
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How to submit photos to Alamy
12th April 2009 - 5 comments
This is a step by step guide to help you upload your photos to Alamy.
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Photo tip - How to deal with burnt out skies and contrast
31st December 2008 - 0 comments
Tips on avoiding burnt out skies and other problems with contrast in your photos. If you're in the Peterborough area I run one to one photography training.
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Photo tip - Photographing wildlife in winter
29th December 2008 - 0 comments
Tips for photographing wildlife in winter and some key reasons why winter is great for photographing wildlife and landscapes.
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Photo tip - Have a project
15th December 2008 - 0 comments
It's good practice to always have a project on the go if you want to get the most from your photography.
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Photo tip - photographing wildlife
08th December 2008 - 0 comments
Some useful tips for photographing wildlife. There is a strong angle towards common mistakes (all of which I have already made), as learning what not to do it as important as what to do.
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Photo tip: Give your photos more impact
24th November 2008 - 0 comments
Come closer and give your photos more impact.
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Photo tip: Preventing blurred photos, without a tripod
24th November 2008 - 0 comments
A simple way of avoiding blurred photos, without using a tripod.
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