Capturing interiors – a photographers guide

Have you ever wanted to shoot interior design? Well interiors photographer Maria Fernández is on hand to get you started with these excellent tips.

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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 deny there is a big trend to make spaces look simply beautiful. Interiors are one of my favourite subjects to photograph. As in any other type of photography, lighting is the Continue reading “Capturing interiors – a photographers guide”

Capturing Winter – a photographer’s guide

Wanting to capture some great Wintery shots before spring hits? Then take a look at this very comprehensive guide by Fujifilm X-Photographer Chris Upton.

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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 the year sunrise and sunset are at civilized times of the day so you can enjoy a lie in and be back for a family meal at the end of the day.


What to shoot

You will not be short of subjects to photograph in these conditions but you may have to be quick as the light or the mist may only be present for minutes or even seconds. From big sweeping landscapes, to isolated trees or barns, to detail shots of frosted grass, icicles or bubbles under the ice there are shots everywhere.

It’s the harsh weather that creates those Continue reading “Capturing Winter – a photographer’s guide”