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My 8 Step Photography Workflow – From Planning to Finals

My 8 Step Photography Workflow – From Planning to Finals

Establishing a photography workflow for myself both came naturally and is completely vital. It helps me to not feel overwhelmed, miss things out and produce consistently up to standard work. This is the photography workflow I would use for portrait, commercial, family...

9 Things I Wish I Knew Before Studying A Photography Degree

9 Things I Wish I Knew Before Studying A Photography Degree

Choosing what degree to study is a big decision. A lot of us (in the UK anyway) will only be able to get student loans to study one degree, so it's important to know what you are getting into. Here's a little bit of background of what led me to my photography degree,...

6 Ways You Need To Back Up Your Photos

6 Ways You Need To Back Up Your Photos

As someone who relies on external hard drives for everything, I knew that one day I'd be writing a post like this. At some point, technology fails, and I count myself as super lucky that this is the first time ever I have had a hard drive fail on me. I just plugged it...

What photo equipment do I use? – Summer 18

What photo equipment do I use? – Summer 18

Hi guys! I'm always interested to know what kind of photo equipment people use for their photos - mostly the lens, as I think that's where all the magic really happens. For me my photography totally changed when I was able to use this set up, and it was a fantastic...

How To Review Your Own Photography

How To Review Your Own Photography

Something which I have started doing recently is taking some time after a key photoshoot to write a brief but detailed review on everything from how it went to how I want to improve. I suppose I first learned to do this while studying photography both at a level and...