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24/03/2012 - 10:07 AM

Animal Photographer

conradTime to write something about someone else's photography. I don't do this often, it's not often that I really like all of the work of one photographer - with a few notable exceptions. (British landscape photographer Joe Cornish and American landscape photographer James Kay can't do much wrong in ...

01/03/2012 - 4:15 PM

Rest of My Life

OmarBandGeek You know something? I used to know exactly what I was going to do with the rest of my life. I was going to be a band teacher. For five years I've known that I was going to go to college to get a bachelor's degree in Music Education focusing on Instrumental and then I was going to teach high sch...

20/10/2011 - 4:37 PM

Poochi's new website

POOCHIEYah hey! My new website went live today www.poisonouspixel.com I have started loading images some new some old. I have wanted a more user friendly site and working closely with Phil and the guys at Monkeydevil design I was able to get the site axactly as I wanted, simple slider at bottom of screen a...

24/06/2011 - 4:45 PM

Bob Carlos Clarke, remembered.

VICTORHABBICKI have recently been reviewing many, many photography magazines. There is some fine work, from some outstanding photographers out there both UK and abroad. But, I still feel there is a big absence within these journals. No Bob Carlos Clarke images, no cutting advice, no edge. I admit I still feel hi...

pulsar69And not unfortunately from bookings , from spotty young oinks , reading from crumpled up A4 sheets of paper - letting me know how I am not advertising correctly. How to run my website. Where I am and should be on search listings and how much money I am losing. The only thing I am losing is patience ...

14/02/2011 - 1:19 PM

Wildlife Photography

BadSoulPhotographyBy BadSoulPhotography - http://www.badsoulphotography.webs.com Wildlife Photography 101 The most important thing to remember when photographing wildlife is that the animals are wild and could be dangerous. You could lose your life if you are attacked by a wild animal. That said, when possible it ...

14/02/2011 - 12:51 PM

Composing A Photo

BadSoulPhotographyComposing a Photo By BadSoulPhotography Composition Photographers compose a picture much like a Composer does a song, with a lot of thought and technique. You want your pictures to tell a story. You don't want someone looking at your pictures wondering what you were going for (if you do, then tha...

23/08/2010 - 1:29 PM

London's iconic signage

grantlyI am starting a project on capturing London's iconic signage mainly in and around The City. I anyone has any suggestions of where I can find any old signage including road and place names, plaques or stone engravings please let me know. This is the type of thing I have already London Bridge Little B...

User_RemovedThe last of our three weddings this week was on Saturday, 10th October 2009 and saw us once again at Thornton manor on the Wirral for the civil wedding of Sue and Matthew. We'd met Sue and Matthew a couple of times before the wedding and they are a great 'fun' couple so we knew we were in for a g...

User_RemovedNeil and I have been so very lucky in that without exception, all of the couples we have been privileged to photograph have been really lovely people. Nichola and Andrew, whose wedding we photographed at Llyndir Hall in Rossett, North Wales on Friday 9th October 2009, are certainly no exception. ...

12/08/2009 - 10:28 AM

chicproduction.com "Updates"

chicproductionJust uploaded our new website! Enjoy link

02/11/2008 - 4:51 PM

Hard to Capture or Convey

conradSo often when you hear people describe photography in higher-sounding terms than "taking snapshots", you come across almost poetic ideas like "catching time", "recording moments" or "creating memories". Technically speaking, of course, we're only recording ...

12/10/2008 - 9:02 PM

Just a Bungling Amateur

conradThe more different kinds of photography I try, the more I'm convinced that I am just a bungling amateur. I have progressed since I became a member of EPZ, though. The first photos in my portfolio almost make me shiver now, and whenever I visit that first page, I can't wait to click another page ...

24/08/2008 - 9:02 PM

"Fear of Failure"

conrad"You must have a lot of patience" is something that wildlife photographer Steve Bloom hears a lot, he says. But he doesn't think he's that patient a man - although he does wait for the right shot for a long, long time, sometimes. Take this shot of a shark jumping out of the water to ca...

conradNot my words, as you'll understand from the quotation marks, but those of a professional photographer: Steve Bloom. I'm the latest convert to his work. All thanks to an outdoor exhibition of huge prints of his work in a park in Stavanger. They were also showing a film with excerpts from an interv...