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Good Morning! 

We hope you're enjoying your Easter Eggs and your Sunday roast (if you're cooking one for the family?) Whatever you plan on doing this Sunday, at home with your loved-ones, we hope you enjoy it the best you can! 

If you are looking for ways to be entertrained, however, we have a few more indoor themed photography tutorials to share with you and don't forget to upload your images to our Gallery where you could win a Samsung Memory Card. 

Enjoy your weekend! 
 

Here are five tips to help you get started in still life photography.

Basic Still Life Photography Tips

Don't let rain spoil play. Instead, set-up a still life scene indoors and have some fun learning how to capture your set-up from the best angles. 
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11 Top Pet Photography Tips For Beginners

11 Top Pet Photography Tips For Beginners

A pet is just like any other subject in terms of photography technique - composition, focusing and exposure being the three main areas to perfect, the fourth, and most problematic, is getting subject participation. Click the 'Read More' button to pick up some top tips on how you can do this. 
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Tutorial On Creating And Applying Vignettes

Tutorial On Creating And Applying Vignettes

Vignettes aren't a new editing trick, in fact, when darkrooms were still widely in use photographers would apply dodging and burning masks to images during the processing or use filters on their camera lenses when taking the shots. Now the effect is usually re-created digitally with software but the reason for applying them hasn't changed. They are still a simple yet, subtle way to guide/draw the eye to your main subject and frame shots.
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Creative Fruit And Veg Photography Tips

Creative Fruit And Veg Photography Tips

We thought we'd put together a quick and easy to follow tutorial on photographing fruit and veg slices with a light source behind them which you can do indoors when it's raining outside. Why do this? Well, the bright light combined with a single or even a few slices of fruit or vegetable can produce an interesting 'arty' style photograph. 
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Indoor Portraits With Window Light

Indoor Portraits With Window Light

Daylight is free and it is wonderful for portrait work. It can be flattering, photogenic and easy to work with. Direct sunlight is probably the only type to avoid because of potential contrast problems.
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