Tag Archives: learning photographic composition

Styling a Food Shot

Got a splendid haul of red currants in the garden this year and what better way to showcase them than with a gorgeous tarnished silver jug on a clean white background? Now I have my flash up and going, its … Continue reading

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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

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Analysing My Photographic Journey 3 – Ducklings

Details: Taken Nov 11 2007 with my Canon S3IS Camera, JPG image file. Composition Notes:   A group of 5 ducklings took up residence in a small pond at a Iris Garden and Nursery.  They were in the pond the day … Continue reading

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Analysing My Photographic Journey 2 – Tiger Portrait

Details: Taken Feb 17 2007 with my Canon S3IS Camera, JPG image file. Composition Notes:   Taken at the new tiger enclosure at Orana Park, this is the only time I have seen them in the front section facing the viewing … Continue reading

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Analysing My Photographic Journey 1 – Kaikoura

Details: Taken Oct 7 2007 with my Canon S3IS Camera, JPG image file. Composition Notes: I was trying to express the scale and grandeur of the mountains, they come right up to the edge of the coast, with only a … Continue reading

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