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It's time to announce who's won a 32GB MicroSD card from Samsung in week 4 of May's Daily Competition challenge.

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The COOPH team are back, bringing you their best hacks on how to create stunning images and videos with your smartphone and everyday objects. From smooth time lapses and steady shots to an easy DIY gimbal - this video has it all!

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So, how can you take a good portrait, during the day that doesn't have deep shadows or kids pulling odd faces? Find out here.

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If you're a beginner learning photography and need some tips to get you started, we've got some great advice from The School Of Photography who have been asking beginner photographers for their advice.

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This week's 'Photo of the Week' award has gone to ePHOTOzine member t0m who's captured a brilliant black & white image of a dog outdoors.

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Heading to the coast for a day at the beach with your friends, family and camera? Have a read of these essential photography tips first.

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More Swans

I liked this swan because it had its foot stuck up its back and it looked as if it was signalling to go left. Everyone else was just doing their own thing too. Phew, hot walk today. [photo] [photo]

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  •  2 Jun 2020
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Lavenham Remastered

Every now and then I go back and look at the images I have made in a particular place, and then I redo them as if it was for the first time. It's an interesting exercise to see if I choose the same shots as before, if I do them in the same way, and s...

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Still life

[photo] This is cheeky, because I canít arrange a still life for toffeeÖ As the pictures demonstrate. Here goes, anyway. I observe the following phenomena in successful still life images: Threes, or at least odd numbers of elements tend to make for...

  • Posted by dudler
  •  2 Jun 2020
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Avatar : Dave_Henderson

Itís been a while.....

...... since Iíve blogged anything, thought Iíd make a start again. The lock down is easing, my photography isnít! Iíve noticed that when reading a blog if a picture is clicked on, the full version appears, must be a feature Iíve missed during my abs...


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Learn how you can use natural light to really give your images some punch and, it's a free resource so you don't need to spend any money on fancy lighting.

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Travel and holidays give us so many opportunities to photograph exotic locations, interesting people and other subjects we might not see at home. With this in mind, we're sharing 6 travel-themed tutorials for you to peruse before your next trip.

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Samsung has announced the new T7 Portable SSD drive, with high-speed USB 3.2 Gen.2 connection for rapid data transfer, making it a great backup option.

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Fujifilm has released software for Windows computers allowing you to use X series and GFX cameras as webcams for higher image quality in virtual meetings.

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Samyang has announced the new AF 85mm f/1.4 RF full-frame lens for Canon RF-mount mirrorless cameras, designed to give rapid autofocus, and beautiful bokeh.

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We explain how you can take great photographs of tadpoles in a pond which you can do in your own garden if you have your own pound or at your local nature reserve.

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