I recently took a gamble on a commissioned trip to Iceland. I left the tripod at home and took instead a Platypod Ultra! See how I got on here. Much love Dave Please follow and like us:
Plotagraph has exPLOded onto the photography and social media scene, and available in the App Store for a great price relative to the top notch features it packs it’s no surprise! Here is what it can do, and some top tips for harnessing it’s potential! … Continue readingPlotagraph Quick Tips
Google Snapseed is totes awesome! I absolutely love it for editing the photos I take on my phone. It’s powerful, intuitive, and it produces the goods! The app has kinda hidden under the radar a bit. It was designed originally by Nik Software as a … Continue readingSnapseeding on my iPhone
I shoot RAW. Exclusively, without fail. Here’s why… RAW is a good thing. It takes up more space on your card, it slows the buffer, but it’s good that it does that! Trust me – I’m a photographer! To go right to the roots, RAW … Continue readingI’m RAW!
Instagram is awesome, right? For photographers and creatives it’s an amazing place. An image centric social platform with in recess of 800,000,000 users allowing people to find who they want to find, see what they want to see, and share their work to a global … Continue readingIs Instagram infested?
Here in the U.K. The 4th of July tends to pass without many noticing a thing, whereas our brothers and sisters across the pond will have similar experiences on the 5th of November when our skies are alight with Standard fireworks as we remember Guy … Continue readingHow to shoot Fireworks
I’m off to Svalbard tomorrow and I’m looking to capture a huge range of different things, assuming I manage to find them! As such I’ve had to make some difficult kit decisions, so I figured I’d share my packing list here with you. Here goes, … Continue readingArctic kit list
Creative confidence Having the confidence to get the shot you want is a challenge, and it can potentially be also considered an art and a skill. I used to lack confidence and I was well aware that I needed to address that. I’d spent most … Continue readingCreative Confidence
This class looks at the use of a single light to get a nice showroom look on a car when in fact it’s broad daylight. Here goes… I don’t have a photo of me taking the photo to show you today – I was in … Continue readingAnother Ferrari class
I had occasion to spend a few minutes alone with a Ferrari 360 at a wedding last Autumn. This class looks at the situation I found myself in and why it worked, along with the techniques I employed. We’ll be taking a look at three … Continue readingDetailing a Ferrari