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Colour interest Colour can add interest and emotional impact to your photographs; vibrant reds, oranges and yellows evokes energy while blues and greens are ...

A crisp sharp image We,ve all had them; those images that looked fine on your cameras small LCD screen but after you loaded them on to your photo editer they ...

A few basic rules When I first started in photography and started taking pictures of landscapes (and just about everything else), I thought 'why can't I get my ...

Better Photographs If you're someone who wants to get sharper, more detailed photographs that contains more accurate colours, with a greater dynamic range (the ...

Depth of field Depth of field (DOF) can be a little baffling if you're new to photography, but it's easy once you understand the basic principles. Wikipedia ...

Autumn's Here The days are getting shorter; the leaves are changing colour and will soon fall, 'daddy long-legs' bumping against the windows and spiders in the ...

Amazing photos Here's some amazing, quirky and interesting photos taken from all over the world. Lavender field A real 'angry bird' Kilchurn ...

Christmas Gift Ideas Looking for a Christmas gift for the photographer in your family? Then take a look at some of these super ideas below! Canon ...

Autumn/Fall It's that time of the year again; nights are longer, days are getting colder, but that hasn't stopped people getting out there and snapping some ...

Be Patient There's one quality you'll need when photographing wildlife, and that's patience. Be prepared to wait, and wait, it takes a long time to get good ...

1. The Golden Hour Now I'm sure you've heard of the 'golden hour' ;the first and last hour of the day when photographers grab their cameras and tripods and ...

Summertime Summertime seems to be well and truly with us (well here in the UK it is!) It's great to just grab your camera and roam about in your shorts and ...

Reflections Using reflections in photography can lead to some interesting compositions; reflective surfaces such as water or glass, can transform your images ...

High Pass Here's a tip to get your photos really sharp by using a combination of the Unsharp Mask filter and the High Pass filter using Photoshop. Here I'm ...

First Book British photographer Danny Green's first book 'The Long Journey North' contains some stunning photographs of forests, tundras and the frozen world ...

Stunning Photos To take you away from the Winter blues, In today's post I've compiled some stunning images from photographers taken from around the world. ...

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  1. Some awesome pics there Oli

  2. Hi Cara, you’re welcome to use the photo for your school project. The image is a school photo of my brother taken more years ago than he cares to remember! Good luck with the project!

  3. Ha ha, well spotted Marcin!

  4. Hi Ahmad
    The T5i (700D) dimensions are:

    133x100x79mm and weighs 580 grms

    The EOS 100D’s dimensions are:

    116.8×90.7×69.4mm and weighs 400 grms

    making the 100D smaller!

  5. Glad you’re enjoying your 100D MacMaven234, and thanks for your veiws on it!

  6. Thanks Vicky, good luck with your mother-in-law pics!

  7. Thanks Prateek, glad you like it!

  8. Thanks for your comment Emaar, hope I can do some more to your liking!

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