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Author Archives: lightism

Learn from Leica & get some of the best bits for a few dollars:

If you’ve ever wanted to own an iconic Leica camera, but couldn’t afford to, here’s how to get the some of the best bits for a few dollars. Learn the Leica look, think differently about composition, retro pimp your iPhone and learn how to get the Leica look in your smart phones and cameras photos. […]

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Masterclass: Shooting Moving Objects with Smart Phones,Tablets and Cameras

In this article you will learn how to shoot amazing images of moving objects, use perspectives, tell a story, freeze action and create blur regardless of which smart phone, tablet, Gopro or Camera you use. I’ve chosen cycling as a theme, but the same rules can be applied to all moving objects, from a race car to a child […]

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Lightism is evolving – Learn, Share & Earn with Social Commission:

I’ve spent four months bringing you fresh ideas & developing Lightism and I love it!  The feedback you’ve all provided has been invaluable and very positive. So, in what is becoming a tradition of Lightism: being ahead of the curve, I’m trail blazing with micro publishing, which is fast becoming this year’s latest trend to support continuation […]

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6 Creative ways to exploit reflections for better images

Reflections are all around us and in this article I’ll show you how to creatively exploit them to achieve different goals regardless of what camera, smart phone or tablet you use to take pictures. Reflections can provide an alternative perspective adding interest. The most straight forward use of reflections is to use puddles to capture […]

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If God was a photographer – Advanced composition:

There is a mathematical code which some say proves the existence of God, it describes beauty, is repeatedly found nature, art, even DNA, and can be traced back to the beginning of time…all I know is it can help you take better photographs…regardless of what camera, smart phone or tablet you use. So, if you’ve […]

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LED Flashlight photography: How to make an Ice Light

LED technology is currently developing at a rapid rate and in this article we look at how you can utilize the latest LED technology to light your images until the photographic lighting industry catches up. See how for under £20 you can make a portable, rechargeable light that can produce results like this in a totally […]

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Revealed...the best camera in the world!

This week I’ve been writing for SLR Lounge; a brilliant photographers resource that is well worth checking out: So, without further a do, here’s an extract: As a professional photographer I’m frequently asked “what is the best camera in the world?”  Drawing on my extensive experience and research, I’ll reveal the surprising answer… But first, […]

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Finalist in Professional Photographer of The Year.

I’m delighted to share with you that I’ve made it to the finalist stage of this year’s Professional Photographer of The Year. Last year I was runner up in two categories (Landscape and Still Life) and although this year don’t expect to do even that well, it’s nice to know I have diverse skills and […]

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How to realize your images full potential...

As a Professional photographer, taking the picture is only half of the process…to realize an images potential you need to add your own brand of magic. In this article we’ll look at a couple of options, one of which will blow your socks off. For some time now, I’ve wanted to write an article and […]

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Simple blueprint to enable anyone to master iPhonography

To celebrate being guest blogger on Life In Lofi; the world most established iPhoneography web site; here’s the iPhone article everyone’s been asking me to write… This is a simple blueprint will enable anyone to master iPhonography and start producing amazing images. This blueprint is inspired by my friends always asking me why my iPhone pictures […]

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