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Documenting Childhood – The Ultimate Photography Guide {by Morvern Shaw}

Photographer’s child syndrome… the struggle is real! It’s all fun and games when we first start taking photos of our own kids, but they grow weary of our camera way too quickly! But there is a way around it… documentary photography. I love this style for capturing children for a few reasons. It ensures we […]

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How To Take Magazine Worthy Food Photography At Home

Ever wondered how those beautiful food magazine and cook-book photos are shot? You’ve maybe envisaged a full team of chefs and stylists, lights and studio equipment… But the great news is, you don’t need any of that! Naomi Sherman is an award winning food stylist, photographer and blogger, who started out shooting on her dining […]

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Unposed {Child Photography by Amanda Jane Dalby}

What I love about Mandy, is the way she photographs unhindered by any driving need to be technically perfect. That’s not to say her photos are lacking in that respect… Mandy is practiced enough in this way of shooting that she still manages to expose beautifully, nail focus and all the rest. I’m just sayin… […]

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The Golden Hour {Beach Photography by Merissa Wakefield}

Shooting on the beach can give even the most seasoned photographers a shiver of fear (this one included!). Regardless of where you are in the world, universally most beaches will present light challenges, a lack of open shade, and sand in your camera! But Merissa Wakefield, who graduated only this year (true story!!) from our […]

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Create Dramatic Portraits with Single Window Light

    It’s a common misconception that when you want to start taking more dramatic portraits, you need to invest in buying, and learning how to use, studio lights or off-camera-flash.  While these can come in handy for some genres of photography, if you’re looking to enhance your own photography skills and take more dramatic […]

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Large Group Photography Tips

Lately we’ve been focusing on helping you improve your portrait photography, and one of the ways we can do that, is by creating the beautiful ‘background blur’. It’s a great effect that helps your subjects pop from the background, and when shooting in manual it’s the wide open aperture (low f stop number) that allows us achieve this. […]

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