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An insight into street photography.

Wow, this is a really in-depth thought process about street photography in this article written by Jill Corrall first appearing in Medium. Quite intriguing reading. I’ve always felt uncomfortable about doing street photography so I admire photographers that can find a way of being comfortable

Let's help Michelle after a fire destroyed her photographic business

PSA: Help SeaShell Photo Art rebulid

A quick PSA (public service announcement) from the team at Some Foto Stuff. I saw a post on Facebook on the weekend and after reading about the unfortunate situation that Michelle Andrews from SeaShell PhotoArt in the Whitsunday Shopping Centre found herself in, I wanted

Side by side comparison of the same scene zoomed in and not zoomed in

To Zoom Or Not To Zoom

One of the first things I was told in photography basics was to not use zoom. The reasoning behind this was to get a beginner photographer to walk around more with their camera, to get in closer to their subject, and to find different, interesting

Image by Jan Hutter

Panning. Emphasising movement and speed

Panning is a great technique to really get across that feeling of movement and speed in an image. It is very easy in theory, but in practice it’s much harder. Not because the technique is hard, but because it’s hard to get just right. The idea is

High Key Photography. Clearing It Up.

What is high key photography? If you Google it, you get a lot of mixed and seemingly inconsistent results. Some are black and white, some colour; some are low contrast, some high contrast; some are overexposed, some underexposed; some have white backgrounds, some don’t; some have

Being mindful

Now, you may be wondering what the title of this blog article has anything to do with photography. This is something I’ve found that has not only improved my day to day life but I’ve realised the past couple months, it is also having an effect

Howqua River Victoria © Peter Barlow : Image Creator

Let’s take time for a little reflection.

A reflection in a landscape can be the difference between a really nice image and an amazing image. Picking the right time and the right location to get that amazing reflection is most important. Having some things on hand to help achieve the result you

RAW or JPEG

RAW or JPEG. When do you need to shoot RAW?

RAW or JPEG. When you are learning photography, whether in a course or teaching yourself, you will be taught that it is best to shoot your images using the RAW setting rather than JPEG. There is good reason for this but it is not a golden