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Good Morning! 

We want to give you that extra little kick you might need to get out of bed and outside with your camera today by bringing you a few outdoor photography tutorials and tips (or, you could just stay in bed and brush-up on your technique ready for the warmer weather - we won't tell anyone). 

To keep the outdoor theme going, we've also got a 'Flowers' photography competition for you to enter where you could win 1 of 3 fantastic VEO Go & 2GO prizes from Vanguard. Plus, there's a BenQ monitor up for grabs in our 'Easter' themed photography contest which is open to entries until the end of April. 

Whatever you're up to, have a  great Sunday and we'll see you online, bright and early, tomorrow morning. 
 


 

A Basic Introduction To Making Light Work Outdoors

A Basic Introduction To Making Light Work Outdoors

Light's an important tool for photographers and it's important to know how to make the most of it when working outdoors.
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How To Photograph Flowers Outdoors This Spring

How To Photograph Flowers Outdoors This Spring

Improve your Spring photography with these top flower photography tips that will have you tackling one of the most colourful photographic subjects with ease in no-time.
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Rainbow Photography

How To Photograph Rainbows - The Basics

When a rainbow appears you don't have long to shoot it so here are a few rainbow photography top tips to help you out.
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Lens Choices For Landscape Photography

Lens Choices For Landscape Photography

Your choice of focal length entirely depends on how you want to interpret a scene. It is true that if you put two photographers in front of a stunning scene, one will fit a wide-angle and move in closer and the other will fix a telephoto and take a few steps back. Basically, there is no right or wrong when it comes to lens choice so long as it has produced the image you imagined in the first instance.
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Garden Macro Photography Tips - Dew Drops

Garden Macro Photography Tips - Dew Drops

When you look out of your window and you see your lawn covered in morning dew, sparkling in the sunlight you need to get out of your PJs, pick up your camera and get outside to photograph it.
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Master Zoom Burst Outdoor Photography Today With These Tips

Master Zoom Burst Outdoor Photography With These Tips

Zoom burst photography is a photography technique that is achieved by zooming your lens in or out whilst the exposure is being taken. It's a great technique for exaggerating movement or for just adding an abstract feel to an image. Colourful subjects or scenes with patterns work well as they help create a really striking zoom burst that's full of bright, colourful lines.
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25 Photography Tips & Ideas For Landscape Photographers

25 Photography Tips & Ideas For Landscape Photographers

Landscape photographer Toma Bonciu, aka 'Photo Tom', has shared a tutorial with us which is packed with 25 photography tips, tricks and ideas to help you capture better landscape photos. 
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How To Capture Movement In Your Landscape Shots

How To Capture Movement In Your Landscape Shots

The idea of movement isn't usually a thought that first springs to mind when you try to describe what a landscape shot is. However, when you start to think of popular landscape topics such as waterfalls, rivers, trees, clouds and the sea, you suddenly realise movement, which makes shots more dynamic, crops up more often than you think.
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Basic Tips On Photographing Early Morning Landscapes Successfully

Basic Tips On Photographing Early Morning Landscapes

Set the alarm clock a little earlier than normal and capture some early morning landscapes bursting with sunrise colours.
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