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Eagle Owl in flight

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Articles, Tips & Locations
More information to assist with your photography

This is the area where you will find information which will assist you with your photography. These range from simple but useful tips to more in-depth articles which are well worth a read. I hope that you will find them interesting. You will also find the first two in a series of guides about where to find some of my favourite locations for shooting images. I intend to publish more of these when I have the time

Latest Article

How to photograph a rainbow

How to photograph a rainbow

The changeable conditions that we are having at present make this a great time to get out there and photograph yourself a rainbow. It’s always such a thrilling sight to see and, if you capture your image correctly, will be a great addition to your portfolio. First find your rainbow Rainbows form when two elements come together– falling or spraying……

Photography Tips

Use best practice!

If, however, you do have time to prepare yourself for a shot, make sure that you make the best use of your equipment by supporting your camera on a tripod and using a remote switch. It’s no use buying the best equipment……

Cleanliness is next to godliness!

Always check through your kit the night before a day’s shoot e.g. clean lenses and filters, charge battery pack etc…

Be prepared!

Always have your camera set ready to take that unexpected image that may appear at a second’s notice. You will always rue the day that you missed that ‘once in a lifetime’ shot because your camera was not ready to take……

Shoot Locations

Friars Crag

Friars Crag

Carry on walking right past the boat landings and follow the wide path with Derwentwater on your right. After about half a mile, you will come to Friars Crag, a promontory……

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain, and is the most visited stone circle in Cumbria. The stone circle is on the……

Elterwater

Elterwater

Elterwater’s name comes from the small tarn by which it sits and the Norse word ‘elter’ meaning swan. The village is nestled amidst the imposing mountains……