Category Archives: Photographers

Reflections of a Wrexham Wedding

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This image I took at a recent Wrexham wedding is a nice example of what you can create with a little ingenuity and creativity in surroundings which may not at first glance be optimal! This was taken in the car … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Double Exposure Photography using multiflash strobing

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Here’s how to create a type of double exposure photography effect, using multiflash strobing. This looks great in reception photos where you kill off the ambient light and expose the scene with two or more bursts of flash, creating multiple … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

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Lastolite 54cm Ezybox

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After buying and being impressed with a 90cm Westcott softbox, I decided to try out a more portable version and ordered the Mini Apollo kit. These work in a similar way to the larger unit and the flash is fully … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Jon Stroud, Equestrian Photographer

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My next photographer interview moves us in to the world of equestrian photography courtesy of Gloucestershire based Jon Stroud, a friend of mine from our mutual past as motorcycle racing and track day enthusiasts. Fittingly, my first exposure to Jon’s … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Phill Allen, Bournemouth, UK

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I’m very pleased to introduce Phill Allen, a Bournemouth based wedding photographer who I think is one of the few photographers who can truly justify the use of the term ‘photojournalism’ to describe his work. Very few people who claim … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Todd Hunter McGaw, Australia

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Here it is – my next photographer interview, with Todd Hunter McGaw from Brisbane, Australia. Todd’s funny, I think you’ll like him :). His photographs are fairly smokin’ too, so read on, enjoy the wordy bits and feast your eyes … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Sky Replacement in Photoshop

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This is how I do sky replacement the easy way!

Sky Replacement in Photoshop

There are times when you have a great shot, but the sky looks dull and boring and something more dramatic would turn the shot in to something special. I’ve started … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Picture Templates for Blogs

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When I started having to layout photographs for our main Wedding Photography Blog, I decided I wanted to try and maintain some sort of consistent picture boards. I started off by creating a few templates in Photoshop and working … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Eric Yerke, Iowa, USA

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It’s interesting trying to decide how to introduce a photographer whose work you admire. I could point out all the things in their work that attracts my eye, or how I perceive certain things about their work. But ultimately, when … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST

Kyle Hepp, Santiago, Chile

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Kyle is a destination wedding photographer working out of Santiago in Chile. Her clever compositions, lighting and interesting use of Tilt and Shift lenses caught my eye and I’ve been following her photography since. She works with her husband Seba, … CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST