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  • Inari Shrine – Pro tips to get a good picture despite the tourists

    How to take great pictures at Inari Shrine Inari Shrine is one of the photographic crown jewels, particularly for Kyoto. The way the red gates seemingly extend for miles is truly mesmerising.…
  • workflow presets

    Product Review – SleekLens Workflow

    SleekLens presets reviewUsing workflow presets to speed up your post-processing performance Before AfterWhat is a workflow? Today we'll be reviewing a nice little set of workflow presets particularly useful for landscape photography,…
  • Depth of Field – Creating professional looking portraits

    DOF - Sharp portraits and blurry backgrounds You have probably seen striking portraits on Instagram or pinterest where the model is razor sharp and the background seems to melt into a pleasant…
  • Your first photoshoot – 5 tips to ace it

    5 Tips To Get Through Your First Fashion ShootSurviving your first job Recently I was talking with a friend  about a photoshoot I did for Mint Clothing. He, as I once did,…
  • A boat

    A picture of a boat sailing in Cozumel, Cancun
  • How to use my new camera

      So you just made the jump, you decided that your smartphone (as good as they may be nowadays) is just not cutting it anymore and you got yourself a nice dslr…

  • High Key Photgraphy – The beginners guide to high key lighting

    High Key Photography is a technique were you use very bright lights to almost eliminate all the shadows, leaving you with a bright crisp image. I really like High Key photography, it's…