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As well as portraits and shots of beaches why not take a few photos of the plates of food you purchase? After all, getting your smartphone out before you chow down is the normal thing to do nowadays, isn't it?

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Spend a day in a public garden and you'll have a memory card bursting with colourful flora in no time. Even more so if you read these essential tips before heading out of the door.

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By visiting a bird of prey centre, not only will you have an enjoyable day out but you can also shoot some interesting imagery up close with the wildlife.

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Did you know that you can use diagonal lines to guide the eye, add interest and more to your landscape shots? If you didn't, here are 4 top tips on the subject for you to peruse.

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Combining a walk with photography can be the perfect combination when the weather is great so why not do your planning now so when you do fancy a stroll, you're ready to go.

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A 'rust fix' may sound a little odd but when shot creatively, rust can produce some interesting macro shots. You'll find plenty of rust at quarry and mining museums but pipes, garages and other metal detail closer to home can just be as rusty, too.

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Looking for a new photography subject/theme to photograph? Well head out with the theme 'old vs new' in your head and see what you can capture.

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Want to take better beach photos? Well, we've got 12 tips to help you do just that so next time you're at the coast, your beach photos will stand out from the crowd.

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See what there is to photograph in and around the hedgerows of the UK. In fact, if you have a hedge in your garden, you don't even need to venture very far as you'll find birds, insects and plenty of other photographic subjects close to home.

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The next time you're at the coast and see a lighthouse, trying zooming in on detail with your telephoto lens to capture an image that's a bit different to the norm.

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Dandelions might not be something Gardners are fans of but they can make an interesting subject for photographers who can give them a creative twist when photographing them.

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Where should they put their feet, what props work best, and what should they do with their hands? These are just some of the questions the COOPH team are asking in their latest portrait photography tutorial.

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