Black & white conversions – Lightroom tutorial video

Roger Payne explains how to take a colour image and use Lightroom to convert it into a contrasty black & white shot Add life to your landscapes – The Graduated Filter Tool A beginners guide to Lightroom – Importing your photos A beginners guide to Lightroom – Post-production Get...

Capturing interiors – a photographers guide

By Maria Fernández Beautiful interiors are no longer only to be seen in interior design magazines. From restaurants and cafes to hotels and offices, every business, no matter its nature, is making an effort to incorporate some type of style and design to their interiors. We can’t...

Capturing Winter – a photographer’s guide

By Chris Upton With low raking light, crisp clear air, lingering morning mists, beautiful frosts and (hopefully!) a covering of pristine white snow it’s no wonder that winter is a photographers delight. The icing on the cake is that at this time of...

A beginners guide to Lightroom – Post-production

Start working on your images in Lightroom using this simple how to guide. Roger Payne takes you through some very simple steps to get you on the road to better post production If you missed Roger’s first tutorial on importing images into Lightroom, watch it here.    ...

A beginners guide to Lightroom – Importing your photos

In this short video Roger Payne guides you through importing your images into Lightroom and how to organise them once they get there. Check our blog on the 19th December for Roger’s second video all about post production tweaks and how to enhance your images further.   ...

Baby It’s Cold Outside..

By Elli Cassidy At Christmas it’s almost compulsory to take photographs and when you add a newborn baby into the equation it’s the perfect opportunity to create something extra special. Whether you’re a fan of full-on Christmas decor, or prefer just a subtle...

(Soft)box of tricks

How a cardboard box can be turned into a useful light modifier for the grand sum of 60p I was in my garage the other day and realised something; it’s full of empty cardboard boxes. It’s a shocking confession I know, but what with eBay...