Make Hay while the Sun Shines, conversely when the weather is dull, work on your website. Notice I said dull and not awful, if the weather is bad you can get some great shots if you persevere. I’ve had some feedback about the old Fine Art page from my portfolio.
This is the third and final post on Long Exposure Photography you can find the first two here and here. The V and A Museum Dundee opens soon so I decided to take a look at it along with the Dundee waterfront in general. If you haven’t visited Dundee for
For the second part of my Long Exposure tips I’d like to focus on ambient conditions and the necessity of subject. The image I made above is of Aberdeen’s St. Machar Cathedral. In contrast to the images in the first post this was taken on the evening as the Sun
When I shoot Street images I use the ISO setting to get really fast shutter speeds. I want to freeze motion and capture one off relationships between the elements in the shot. At the other end of the scale I’m attracted to using extremely long exposure times. A few
I haven’t posted a journal entry for a few weeks, so here’s one for June. I’ve edited the shots together as a short movie. Comments and questions welcome.
I often get questions about street photography, a lot more than any of my studio work. The main question is, ‘how did you get so close’ or ‘how did you see that composition’. So I thought I’d go through my three favourite images from my portfolio and describe how I
Most people like to take photographs in nice weather. If you want to make more striking images, adverse weather gives you more opportunities. I like making pictures in the Autumn and Winter when the days are shorter, and the Sun is low. In Scotland the weather changes frequently, photography is