Below is a list of our latest blog posts, enjoy!
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 9 November 2016
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Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 3 October 2016
Social media is an essential tool to be used by all photographers. People share their routines, adventures and moments on them at all time. With millions of users all over the globe, it makes sense to use these social platforms to boost your business.
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 30 September 2016
Phones have come a long way when it comes to photography. Mobile photography is not just for sharing photos of your food on social media, but is being used by professional photographers as a viable way to add to their portfolio.
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 29 September 2016
To the layman, two different cameras lenses can seem very similar. However, in reality the result can be very different. With the expense in mind, you'll need to ensure that the camera lens that you purchase is the perfect fit for your requirements.
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 23 September 2016
Panning is a photography technique that every photographer hopes to master someday. Panning can be a difficult technique to master and as such takes plenty of patience and persistence to get the hang of.
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 19 September 2016
Getting your start as a photographer nowadays is easier than ever. Modern technology has made it so that even amateur hobbyists can start learning how to take amazing shots. However, it takes more than just a click camera to capture your memories in ju
Author: Matt Paxton Date Posted: 16 September 2016
Sure, everyone now has a camera on their phone, but maybe it’s time to start thinking about taking better pictures.
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 9 September 2016
Photoshop is probably the best photo editing program of all time. While it’s true Photoshop is great (and we do have to include it on the list), you have to know exactly what you want out of your photograph to get it, sometimes without much room to explor
Author: Matthew Paxton Date Posted: 5 September 2016