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How to Shoot Eye Catching Night Scenes

How to Shoot Eye Catching Night Scenes

Looking for inspiration, and spot of photography? Well why not try in the middle of the night! Ok it may look a little dodgy wandering about with a camera in the dark, but some of the best shots... 

Definitive Guide to the Rule of Thirds

Definitive Guide to the Rule of Thirds

Back in the day when cameras weren’t even invented and people like you and me actually painted stuff instead of taking pictures, there sprang a compositional rule that helped many an artist paint... 

Creating A Stunning Sequence

Creating A Stunning Sequence

Branching off the idea of Time Lapse Photography is the idea of shooting a sequence. A sequence can be of almost anything that moves, and therefore the time between shots can vary greatly too. For... 

An Introduction to Time Lapse Photography

An Introduction to Time Lapse Photography

If a picture paints a thousand words then a series of images surely paints the whole story. Time Lapse Photography involves the creation of a sequence of images that can be a great way to express change... 

7 Product Photography Tips

7 Product Photography Tips

You probably see products in magazines and advertising everyday without even thinking about where these images actually came from; well someone in a studio probably shot them, and you can too. Shooting... 

Not Quite a Complete Beginner

Not Quite a Complete Beginner

This is a guest post from TheBlueRose who also blogs about her photography journey at her own website, Lens Addiction. I bought my first DSLR in July this year – a Canon 40D and the 17-85mm... 

10 Attributes Professional Photographers Need to Succeed

10 Attributes Professional Photographers Need to Succeed

Taking the leap from photography hobbyist to photography professional is a huge step for anyone to take, but it’s something that many amateurs aspire to! From the outside, being a photography pro... 

Shooting Landmarks

Shooting Landmarks

Today is a big day for us here at Smash and Peas, as our young blog turns six months old, so in recognition of this magnificent ‘Landmark’ occasion, this weeks article is not surprisingly on... 

Why Use a Flash?

Why Use a Flash?

For a long time I completely refused to use a flash when taking photographs. I was, and still am a great believer in using the available light to it’s fullest, before even thinking about a flash,... 

Why a Degree in Photography Gives You an Advantage

Why a Degree in Photography Gives You an Advantage

This is a guest post written by Adrienne Carlson, who regularly writes on the topic of top photography colleges. There are some people who believe that you don’t need any kind of formal... 

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