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How And Why I Use A Wacom Graphics Tablet
I have a Wacom Intuos Pro 5 Graphics Tablet in Medium size, a Doki Art Glove and the ExpressKey Remote. Above you can see my desk setup with two monitors, keyboard, mouse and the dark grey/black rectangle in front of … Continue reading
Posted in Camera Adventures, For Beginners, LR & Photoshop Tagged art, art tablet, beginner photography, doki, graphics tablet, wacom, wacom tablet 8 Comments
Why Camera Gear Doesn’t Matter
On my recent article written for DPS there was some interesting discussion in the comments, particularly about Point #5 – Gear Doesn’t Matter At All, and I would like to explore that concept a bit further here. First let me … Continue reading
Posted in Camera Adventures, For Beginners Tagged beginner dslr, beginner photography, learning ds, learning photography, photography 21 Comments
My First Article at DPS
I am auditioning to write for DPS – Digital Photography School – and my first article has been published today. Check it out here – love to hear from you!
Posted in Camera Adventures, For Beginners Tagged beginner photography, dps, learning photography, photography 18 Comments
Accessorising the Photographer
(Reposted Feb 2015) Sometimes in your quest for the perfect image you will find yourself climbing up or down things, wading into the sea or into a river, standing out for hours waiting for the sun to rise or set, … Continue reading
Posted in For Beginners Tagged beginner photography, photography, photography clothing, photography gear 20 Comments
So I bought this DSLR camera but this photography stuff is harder than I thought it would be?
(Reposted Feb 2015 – note this post got me featured on Freshly Pressed) I recently found the blog of lindygrasser who is having new life adventures and capturing it with a new camera. She posted for input on the new … Continue reading
Why do you Shoot?
What drives you to pick up your camera? What inspires you to get up at dawn for a sunrise or spend days hiking over mountains and through snow or streams? Whats your reason for being a photographer? I became a … Continue reading
What gives an image the WOW factor?
I was talking about this with a fellow shooter recently, he was frustrated at his composition attempts in some landscapes and puzzled about the fact that images he really liked didn’t get the feedback he expected when posted online. Now … Continue reading
Am I too literal in my story telling?
At a recent camera club meeting, we were invited to submit images for critique from on of the judges who does high level competitions. Was a very interesting experience hearing his comments and feedback, but one of the things that … Continue reading
Not just Birds and Cats – other critters too
First of all, welcome to all the followers who found me via my Guest Blog on Leanne Cole’s site yesterday, so glad you took the time to come over and check out my work. Got a few comments about my … Continue reading
Hey, Im Guestblogging!
Over here on the lovely Leanne Cole’s blog Talking about composition basics with lots of pix, both the right and wrong way to do it 🙂 (sorry the link was broken, its fixed now)