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Mobile with my mobile » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Mobile with my mobile » Gale Photography Having tweaked my right foot a few weeks ago I needed a longish walk to see if it was working OK. I chose an area between Avebury and Devizes in Wiltshire.  There’s a fabulous walk in fascinating landscape full of the signs of human occupations going back  thousands of years.  I didn’t want to be overburdened with equipment, so I took my  Lumix TZ-100 and my Huawei mobile.  In the end I hardly…

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This is turning into a natural history website! » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

This is turning into a natural history website! » Gale Photography Lockdown has given me lots of extra time to examine my Oxfordshire* garden and its wildlife, more specifically the life that feeds or lives/dies, on my eryngiums. * Yes, I know I have a Wiltshire postal address, but that’s a quirk of Royal Mail’s systems. I’ve also had a chance to try out my Olympus’s “Pro Capture” mode for getting just the right shot of a moving subject.  It…

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Fancy a remote talk for your club? » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Fancy a remote talk for your club? » Gale Photography Thursday, June 4, 2020 Posted in Composition,Creative Photography,Equipment tips,Light Painting,Macro,Movement,Photo Tips,Photographic Training,Photographic workshops I’m doing my first remote talk to a camera club soon.  I’m using GoToMeeting for that one, but I’m happy to work with other conference systems, such as Zoom. I charge my usual fee, but there’s no travel costs, so your club could be anywhere in the country, or even further afield. Current talks: “Movement in Photography”…

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Things are looking up, and down. » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Things are looking up, and down. » Gale Photography A few days ago I was out for a walk in the glorious countryside near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Avebury in Wiltshire.  There are various Bronze Age barrows/burial mounds in the area, (some as old as the Pyramids!), that are almost ignored due to the amazing Avebury stone circle and Silbury Hill nearby.  Quite a few of them have clumps of beech trees on them, and they are atmospheric…

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It was a moving experience » Gale Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

It was a moving experience » Gale Photography Last week I led my final 2019 photography holiday for HF Holidays.  It was up in the Lake District at their Monk Coniston house near Coniston Water.  (It’s a curious anomaly that only one body of water in the Lake District is called something Lake, or Lake something – Google it).  The holiday was all about capturing movement; that’s camera movement or subject movement (or both!).  Our first exercise was all about…

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How To Use iPhone Burst Mode For Amazing Action Photos – iPhone Photography Article

How To Use iPhone Burst Mode For Amazing Action Photos Do you struggle to take great action shots with your iPhone? Photographing moving subjects can be challenging. But there’s an easy way to ensure you never miss a great photo opportunity again: use iPhone burst mode. In this tutorial, you’ll discover how to use burst mode to take incredible action photos every time!How To Use iPhone Burst ModeBurst mode is an iPhone camera setting that lets you take ten photos…

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MR. BLANKO • Number 10 original prompt list – iPhone Photography Article

MR. BLANKO • Number 10 original prompt list Number 10 original prompt list – flowing 🐍•••••••••I’ve been mentally blocked and self-sabotaging because I got frustrated with the themes and times, laziness, tiredness, then I got late with the entries and got more anxious than before. Thankfully I got this today and I’m so happy with the result :3 so here you have my #10 entry 😂 nearly a week late but meh… 🤷🏻‍♂️•••••••••#mrblanko #inktober #inktober2018 #flowing #snake #viper #fangs #anaconda…

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