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
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……
Once you tie yourself into a manufacturer it’s very expensive to change your mind. So do your research before you buy and then make sure that you always purchase the best equipment that you can afford. The superior image……
Location, location, location!
If you are stuck in a period of bad weather, use the time to search out new locations that you can then visit when the weather and light improve thus allowing you to make optimum use of a day’s shoot. Make sure that……
Think out of the box!
By all means, browse other photographers’ websites to get ideas. I certainly do. Just make sure that you don’t just copy their images. Create your own style and move it on. Try taking your images in a different……
Windermere Lake ends a mile short of Ambleside at Waterhead. Steamers and launches sail daily throughout the year between the pier here and Bowness. The sunsets here can be……
There is a lay-by at the top of Gale Road. From Keswick, take the A591 Carlisle road, turn right a few yards after the roundabout intersection with the A66 and then right……
Blea Tarn and Blea Tarn House, Little Langdale
Blea Tarn is in a beautiful setting with a dramatic backdrop of the Langdale Pikes . The tarn is located at top of the pass between Great Langdale and Little Langdale.