I know a lot of people who just really want a quick way to improve their photos. They don’t want to be spending hours on a single edit, using layers and playing with various different sliders. If that sounds like you then this post and video is perfect for you, we’ll be using two sliders and that’s it.Read More
The gorgeous sunshine, the blue skies and the green crops, it’s like Summer all in one simple photo.
I felt getting down low would make for an interesting perspective, so this was me pretty much laying down on the ground to get it.Read More
Have you ever got home and edited a photo only to notice a dust spot or watermark? Add to that a random bird in the sky or something similar.
We’ve all been there and especially if like me your camera sensor is dirty and you’ve never got round to cleaning it.Read More
This video is part of a new series that I’ll be putting together. I’ll be showing you lots of quick tips that you might not have known that Skylum Luminar can do.
To start things off this is all about their libraries and albums. People may think that this is a feature only found in Lightroom but it is also part of Luminar. A place where you can organise all of your photos.Read More
I love how small you feel walking in forests, it’s at that point that you realise how small we are.
When you see scenes like this you wonder why we’re cutting so many trees and natural woodlands down, we should be cherishing these places not destroying them.
This was taken at the amazing Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent.Read More
Within the next couple of weeks, my wife and I will be celebrating our 15th Wedding Anniversary. It’s not that often that we go anywhere without the girls but with the help of RedLetterDays, I’d arranged a little secret treat.
The girls would be enjoying the afternoon with their grandparents while my wife and I headed off to the luxurious Ashdown Park Hotel for some Afternoon Tea.Read More
If you are a keen photographer and you want to try and make some money out of it, there are actually many ways that you can go about it. Regardless of whether or not you have made any money with it in the past, it is something you can turn your hand to at any time, and in doing so you should discover that you can make it a career surprisingly easily and fast.Read More
During the bluebell season I find myself taking lots of photos. Some of them get shared on Instagram and others get filed safety on a hard-drive never to be seen again.
This year I thought I’d change that by sharing them here and talking about them. Some of them I like and others I would have done something a little bit different.Read More
For 2019 we’ve created a list of 100 things to do this year. The idea is that we’d spend more time as a family together and also get us all away from screens. The list involved things to do and one of them was to Visit Monkey World Dorset. This is a place we’ve wanted to visit for a long time so we set the wheels in motion.Read More
Back in 1895, the first slot machine was created by a Californian man named Charles Fey. They can now be found online over at the likes of Slots Baby, but let's first take a look back in time to where it all began. Fey was a mechanic who liked to create new things and one day in 1895, he made the world’s first slot machine which was known as the Liberty Bell.Read More