Teachable Moment - Waterfall Photography Technique

Any time we see a waterfall, something deep inside us calls upon us to reach for our cameras. For some reason, freezing the movement of the water isn’t as satisfying as recording it as a nice, smooth blur. So, how do we do it?

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Teachable Moment - Auto Focus Modes in DSLR Photography

Autofocus is a great feature that we all rely on in our photography. When it’s set up correctly, AF will intuitively allow you to just get on with your photography and you’ll barely notice it’s there. If., however, it’s not in the right mode for they kind of photography you’re doing, AF can seem like it’s working against you. 

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Rhythm in Photography

When I first got serious about photography in the early 2000’s it was the landscape that drew me in. Ansel Adams, of course, was an early inspiration. I spend many evenings photographing the local landscape in Aberdeenshire using my Pentax P50, Ilford FP4 film and red filter.

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