Category Archives: Travel Photography

Force That Perspective

Forced perspective is  technique that we can use in photography to create very interesting images. It creates an optical illusion. We want objects to look out of scale. So object that appear father away, or closer to us, or larger or smaller than it actually is. It’s all about perception. The trick with forced perspective…

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Symmetry is Magical

Symmetry is a great way to create a visually appealing image. The human mind likes symmetry. Whether it’s in nature or man made, we love a good mirrored image. Done perfectly, it can be intriguing to look at, it gives a feeling of balance and of calm. The hardest part is making the image as…

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The art of framing: using foreground objects to add depth

The art of framing your subject using doorways, overhanging branches, winnows, and the like. can give your image a sense of depth and size. Using objects in the foreground can help establish the size of an object therefore giving a sense of scale. Below are some great examples. As you can see there is landscapes,…

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Photography doesn’t need to be perfect to be perfect

Sometimes photography doesn’t need to be technical.  Sometimes it more about what the image represents than it being technically perfect. I am sure you have an photo somewhere, maybe one from when you were younger, or one on your phone from recently, that is out of focus, bad lighting, or just silly behavior, or all…

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Top 9 Tips for Great Traveling Holiday Adventures

Hi camera love, we are travelling to Rome and Venice later in the year. Any chance of some tips for making the most of holiday snaps for those memories you want to last a lifetime? ~Sharon L Thanks for asking Sharon. We have come up with our top tips for Vacation and Holiday Photography. 1.…

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