Which photography course is right for you? by Hugh Nicholas

Photography is a vast and complex subject and takes many years of training in theory and practical experience, and to add to the complication digital arrived around the year 2000 challenging many technical applications of the past. In fact in some cases i had to rethink my approach to assignments. Digital photography is an entirely different beast […]

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Choosing a wedding photographer by Hugh Nicholas

I have collated some ideas to help you in choosing a photographer based on talking to couples over many years. Professionalism is a must and a good personality is important, this person will be sharing your day and interacting with your relatives and friends. Hire a photographer for their quality of work, not their price! […]

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Low light photography

Photography tip, shooting at night by Hugh Nicholas

If you want to capture artificial light at night, shoot at dusk when the ambient light is slightly lower (Approximately 1=f/stop) than the artificial light. This will hold detail in the buildings / landscape etc and keep detail in the artificial lights. I would recommend a tripod and remote release allowing longer exposures at lower ISO’s […]

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Photograph of thoughtful bride

What qualities do the best photographers have?

This is an interesting question, which a client asked the other day. The answers include technical knowledge, creativity and the ability to connect with people. You will see this in action at a wedding. Good photographers have the knack of getting the right people together and making them feel at ease. They can sum up […]

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