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What do you do when you’re faced with a really dark space to shoot in? One of the problems with cranking up the ISO of your camera is that you lose contrast and the sense of depth that directional and controlled lighting can bring to an image. You don’t always have to use multiple flashes…

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Sunday June 2nd, in the lovely surroundings of Charlton Park (Canterbury, Kent), a private country house, you’ll spend the morning going back to basics to learn how to get the most out of your camera and get off the auto setting. In the afternoon you’ll learn how to photograph people, working with natural and reflected…

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It’s not unusual with location / editorial photography to have a very limited amount of time with somebody in a single location (not of your choosing) without always being able to control everything.  Although the examples below are commercial photography pictures for a brochure or magazine in Kent, the principles are the same as for…

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. One thing can be found in most photographers’ work areas – whether professional or amateur – is a bit of kit that we bought thinking that we would use them but never did. It’s not just a boys with toys thing and a common mistake is in the area of lighting – too many…

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Ready to brush up your photography skills before the summer? Time to dust off that SLR you got for Christmas and get cracking. 2 sessions – morning of camera skills and an afternoon of portraits. Come for either or both! http://photographytraining-auto.eventbrite.com/ http://cameracourses-auto.eventbrite.com/ http://portraitcourses-esearch.eventbrite.com/

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