Making Sense of the Photography Triangle With ISO and Noise

ISO makes up one-third of the photography triangle is ISO. ISO stands for  International Standards Organisation which measures the sensitivity of the image sensor. The almost electrical interference of the pixels on the sensor is what creates noise. Noise is a random textured, almost grainlike pattern that interferes with the image quality. The bigger the number, […]

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Understanding And Manipulating Exposure

Exposure is one of the key elements in photography that is often overlooked by the automatic settings on your camera. In this introduction, I will try to explain what exposure is and how it can be manipulated to alter your images. As with most aspects of photography, practice is key to finding what works for […]

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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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