Lower Gilmore Bank, Edinburgh, 2019 – the story behind the image
Try this as an exercise. You’ve got three minutes. Describe your image and give me some idea of what motivated you. Intimidating? Impossible? Here’s how.
Michael Freeman on Creative Photography really doesn’t need more publicity. However this book published way back in 2016 definitely warrants more exposure. Freeman ranges widely across photography considering different approaches to being creative with your camera.
Level horizons are really just the tip of a critical iceberg. Here’s why you should consider going straight.
This year, a new camera has changed the way I take pictures. I’ll not break the habit of a lifetime – this won’t be a camera review – so this is all about how you see.
Three years ago I started a personal project. I set out to photograph all the crossings, ancient and modern, across the River Tweed between Kelso and Berwick upon Tweed. This is the story so far – and what happens next.
Its the middle the day in the middle of summer. The sun’s shining and you’re out with a bunch of friends intent on taking some photographs. And the light’s dreadful. What to do?
George Barr’s approach is to take 52 images from photographers both well- and less well-known. We come away with an armoury of potential approaches to reviewing our own or other peoples’ photography.
Aiming to take sharp pictures? Here’s a comprehensive list of things to watch out for to get that tack sharp image to wow your viewers.
How a photograph both frightened and excited me when I first saw it. Can photographs really have that sort of an impact?