Top Tips For Capturing Fireworks Photography

Fireworks night is coming up soon, and I always love to get my camera out this time of year. Capturing fireworks can be a bit of a challenge and something that I always try to improve on. Tripod Firstly, you are going to need a tripod! Due to the limited light source (as it is […]

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Abandoned Monochrome in Dungeness

Dungeness is located on the south coast of England, about 30 mins from Folkestone. I have heard that it is a bit of a haven for photographers, with its slightly dystopian feel. A nuclear power station overshadows derelict fisherman huts and boats on the biggest shingle beach in Europe. The hamlet is home to mainly […]

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Capturing Autumn Colours in Greenwich

Autumn is perhaps the most photogenic of the seasons with all of the colours, those stunning warm gold and copper tones. Can also get those misty and dewy mornings, but I am not so much of an early bird for photography! Me and two friends heading to Greenwich at the weekend to capture the foliage […]

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