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Landscape Photography at Night

November 25, 2013

You need to get your head around the different parameters of working without sunlight. You can move around within the frame of a fairly long exposure without showing up in the final image.

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

Preparation for a Portraiture shoot

June 6, 2013

As photographers, we are contending with issues of the subject’s self-confidence before we have even sat them down.

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Architectural Exterior Photography

April 12, 2013

Though there are tight parameters to work within, what I like about architectural photography is that there is still a lot of scope for interpretation.

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February 4, 2013

I can’t deny it’s a bit of a hassle to carry around a tripod and set it up every time I want to take a photo, but the much-maligned tripod is not the annoying intrusion it would appear!

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Shooting in Priority Modes

July 26, 2012

I am always looking for the simplest path to create the strongest image and priority settings make my job easier.

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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.

Flash and ambient exposure

Combining Flash with Ambient lighting.

May 24, 2012

One easy way to consider using a flash in conjunction with ambient light is to consider two separate exposure events happening in the one frame.

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.

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