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This week in our Enthusiast Photography Course our students brought together the skills they learned step by step to shoot in full manual mode! In just 4 weeks, hello! The lesson brief was to produce a photo that considers all they have learned to date about creating a balanced and harmonious image that is pleasing to […]

Weekly Top 10 – Click Love Grow Highlights Reel

This week in our Enthusiast Photography Course our students learned how to control unwanted blur! This is one of our most popular lessons, because the challenge is so much fun! But above all, mastering that element of the exposure triangle finally gives them power over one of the most common problems in photography. The brief was […]

Weekly Top 10 – Click Love Grow Highlights Reel

This week in our Enthusiast Photography Course our students learned how to control unwanted blur! This is one of our most popular lessons, because the challenge is so much fun! But above all, mastering that element of the exposure triangle finally gives them power over one of the most common problems in photography. The brief was […]

Weekly Top 10 – Click Love Grow Highlights Reel

It was an exciting week in our Enthusiast Photography Course as students took their first brave step into manual mode!Lesson 3 delves into the first three elements of the exposure triangle – aperture. Or… blurry backgrounds and how to get them! Yep that’s right, aperture is the element responsible for the blurry backgrounds we all […]

Weekly Top 10 – CLG Highlights Reel

How to recognise soft light, where to find it and how to use it was this week’s exciting lesson in our Enthusiast Photography Course! Then we set our students a brief to take a photo using soft light to flatter their subject, and convey depth and form with gentle shadows. And so it was that […]

Weekly Top 10 – CLG Highlights Reel

How to recognise soft light, where to find it and how to use it was this week’s exciting lesson in our Enthusiast Photography Course! Then we set our students a brief to take a photo using soft light to flatter their subject, and convey depth and form with gentle shadows. And so it was that […]

Weekly Top 10 – CLG Highlights Reel

We’re a tiny bit excited this week as we welcomed a brand new batch of students into our Enthusiast Photography Course! The lesson was all about the fundamentals of composition, and students learned how to balance all the elements in a way that is pleasing to the eye, to create a beautiful photo. Then we […]

Weekly Top 10 – CLG Highlights Reel

Posing people can be one of the most challenging aspects of portrait photography. In my experience most subjects awkwardly await direction, when what I want is for them to interact naturally so I can capture their love and connection. So they need some direction, but I’m not talking about awkward, stiff poses that you’d never […]

20 Poses for Natural Photos of Kids, Families and Couples

Posing people can be one of the most challenging aspects of portrait photography. In my experience most subjects awkwardly await direction, when what I want is for them to interact naturally so I can capture their love and connection. So they need some direction, but I’m not talking about awkward, stiff poses that you’d never […]

20 Poses for Natural Photos of Kids, Families and Couples

It seems like milk bath portraits are the new black in maternity photography, and why not… they look ahh-mazing! But how do you do them? Do you actually fill a bath tub with milk or is the water coloured? Are the flowers fresh, dried or fake? And assuming the bathroom is teeeeny like mine… how […]

A Step by Step Guide to Milk Bath Maternity Sessions

Students had a fantastic time this week! The lesson was all about shutter speed, which is one of the three elements of exposure and is crucial for eliminating the unwanted blur we get when we use our cameras in auto. The challenges gave our students some fun things to try to either freeze or capture […]

We Love Shutter Speed

Students had a fantastic time this week! The lesson was all about shutter speed, which is one of the three elements of exposure and is crucial for eliminating the unwanted blur we get when we use our cameras in auto. The challenges gave our students some fun things to try to either freeze or capture […]

We Love Shutter Speed

  Let’s talk about “CC”, otherwise known as constructive critique, or constructive criticism. Receiving feedback on your work is one of the best ways to improve your photography, to find out where your strengths are, and the areas to work on so that you can take your images to the next level. But did you […]

The Better Way to Ask for “CC” on Your Photos

This week our students had fun getting creative! Shutter speed is one of the three elements of exposure and we use it to control light, and to eliminate motion blur in our images. In this lesson our students are set some fun challenges which are designed to teach them how to use shutter speed to […]

We Love {Week Four}

This week our students had fun getting creative! Shutter speed is one of the three elements of exposure and we use it to control light, and to eliminate motion blur in our images. In this lesson our students are set some fun challenges which are designed to teach them how to use shutter speed to […]

We Love {Week Four}