The Importance Of Backing Up Your Files

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Introduction Although throughout this article we will talk about backing up photographs, you should back up all important files in the same way because of you have issues with your computer you may will lose everything precious to you. Backing up doesn’t mean just taking photos off your camera and placing…

Why most professional and amateur photographers use aperture priority

There are at least four shooting modes on cameras, fully manual, shutter priority, aperture priority plus program mode. I’m addition, some cameras aimed at beginners or amateur photographers also have fully automatic mode. But, with all that choice, the go to shooting mode for the majority of photographers who have been photographing for a longerContinue reading “Why most professional and amateur photographers use aperture priority”

A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm

We visited Margam Lake followed by Margam Park and walked around looking for things to photograph, but most importantly just enjoyed the day. I took a detour up the mountain, and seen some lovely scenery. Sometimes you visit a place that you’ve visited so many times before, you find it hard to photograph, and todayContinue reading “A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm”

Bees And Things

I just wanted to grab the camera and take some photographs, so decided to go in the garden for half an hour. I originally wanted to photograph birds, but ended up photographing bees and things. Armed with my Fujifilm X-T3 and 18-135mm, I went out and got some photos. The lens lets you get surprisinglyContinue reading “Bees And Things”

Commit to your image. Commit to your vision.

Photography has come a long way since it’s early days of becoming popular with the masses. It’s evolved, and keeps evolving, and ever increasingly that evolution relies on being as safe as you can, shooting in raw and editing when you get home or back in the office. However, there’s a growing amount of peopleContinue reading “Commit to your image. Commit to your vision.”