As The Sun Breaks

As The Sun Breaks

The wonderful West Pier is a real favourite of mine to take photos of, it’s still standing strong and works so well with long exposures. This was a beautiful photo that I took the other day.

The sun was just breaking through the clouds adding drama to the sky above.

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Arundel Wetland Reserve

Arundel Wetland Reserve

For 2019 we’ve created a list of 100 things to do as a family. The idea behind the list is to try new things, and also to cut down on screen time. The list consists of things like bake a cake, climb a tree, go litter picking and do something nice for a family member. A complete mix of days out, good deeds and other fun exciting things to do.

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Everything You Need To Know About Becoming A Professional Photographer

Everything You Need To Know About Becoming A Professional Photographer

If you are considering becoming a professional photographer, you might have come here looking for some advice on how you can make this happen. There are many paths that you can take, and many things that you need to know, but luckily for you we are going to be talking about some of them in this article. As such, if you are looking for some information about all the things that you need to know, you have come to the right place! So, keep reading to find out more.

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Joshua | 50mm 1.8 Portrait Photography

Joshua | 50mm 1.8 Portrait Photography

We all have that favourite portrait lens, and I’m sure we will dream of that lens that will take our photography to the next level. I’ve always dreamed of a 35mm 1.4 for portraits which I’m trying to save my pennies for. I know a lot of photographers prefer an 85mm but for me, it’s just a little too close and I prefer to capture a bit more of surrounds to tell the story.

For the time being, I’m using what I have and that is currently a 50mm 1.8 but the one I have is a brand out of China that is as light as a feather, not weather-sealed and it seems made from plastic. It doesn’t fill me confidence.

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