Here’s my critique of the images of this years Taylor Wessing finalists.
They get worse every year.
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It was great to watch this travel video this morning all about Hotel Chocolat Boucan.
It was posted on Facebook by Judy Buckley who manages the resort with her husband Phil.
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I realised this weekend that it’s been a long time since I’ve used the Canon Speedlite wireless system. I normally only use my Speedlites in manual and fire them with Pocket Wizards Plus II’s.
As I’m teaching a course next weekend and this system is part of the syllabus, I thought I’d better refresh my memory on some of the functions of the system.
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This is a really beautiful technique if you want to create some great vignettes and interesting lighting patterns.
I’ve used it in the past, and have had some mixed results, but I think flowers really look great when you simply use a torch to light them.
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A selection of photographs I shot this afternoon at Pugfest 2014 at Court Coleman Hotel in aid of The Dogs Trust.
These photographs will be published in this weeks edition of The Gem, and prints can be bought from this site by visiting the link to the gallery below.
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Site upgrade to full SSL Certification
Google are about to make some sweeping changes to the way that websites are ranked, and to stay ahead of the curve, I’ve started implementing a fully certified SSL or Secure Socket Layer website.
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“Photography is a love affair with life.”
I’m very happy to announce my brand new wedding collections.
I’ve been listening carefully to my customers and many have told me that they were disappointed with the range of products other companies were offering.
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I was over the moon to be invited to teach another course for local photographers in Bridgend this evening, and I’m looking forward to seeing everyone from Bridgend Photographers Facebook group very soon.
This is the third course I’ll have run for them and there seems to be a real hard-core of photographers in the area keen to improve their knowledge and skills.
The first course ran at the beginning of the summer and I spent a few hours teaching the attendees how to cope, when forced to shoot in full sun.
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