Photographing moving objects takes a little bit of forethought, just because of the movement. If we’re not planning ahead then the object can be gone before we get it! Here are a few tips: If it’s something regular that moves along a known path, plan for where along that path you wish to capture it.
In a previous post I suggested that you reduce the content of your photographs to produce a more striking image. It’s well worth trying to reduce the entire image to something even more abstract. In the photo above I’ve removed every object except the sea and sky. I’ve done this by zooming in on the
Every Boxing Day we take a family walk to blow away the cobwebs. Everyone who is with us goes. It’s a very informal time, wellies and waterproofs are obligatory, but at the same time we want to capture the memory. Here’s my recipe for a great family walk photo. Context We may not travel far
If you own a pet it’s certain that you will want to photograph them. Pets are part of the family and have to be captured as such. Most folks just point and click around the house and garden, but here are a couple of tips to help you to get the best out of taking
The biggest problem with photographing cars and other vehicles when out and about is the amount of distracting clutter that takes attention away from the subject. I spotted the car above in a car park in the centre of town, with cars, street lamps, bollards and other clutter all around it. I started photographing this