photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Creating the impossible in Post-production

June 27, 2013

It’s a laborious but rewarding process to build an obviously implausible situation into a photograph that an audience is willing to believe. It takes a great deal of patience and particular attention to detail.

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Getting more from on-camera flash

July 16, 2012

To my mind the single biggest improvement to flash light is to use the flash off the camera.

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Bouncing Light

July 4, 2012

A reflector can be any surface that reflects light, ranging from the side of a building to a business card. Different mediums and colours will reflect light in different ways.

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Looking Good!

June 22, 2012

In effect, as photographers, we need to be able to consciously scrutinize our surroundings and interpret visual potential that surrounds us.

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Making Appropriate Purchases

May 30, 2012

When the “Covet Gland” is stimulated the sufferers find themselves purchasing random photographic equipment with reckless abandon. The symptoms manifest in the afflicted having all of their resources tied up in gear that they constantly cart around and never use!

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

Unlock the potential of your on-camera flash

May 16, 2012

In a lot of instances the trick is to not over do it. Control of the flash is vital to achieve the various looks you desire.

Maintaining the passion

September 21, 2011

I have made a conscious decision thatt every time I pick up a camera I have a unique opportunity to create a folio piece!

photo by Andy Rasheed/eyefood

how do I to take better photographs?

July 13, 2011

Most people will take a few of shots and consider their work done. Besotted by the beauty of the subject they have missed the potential that could have been extracted from the situation.