Photography

    Peli Camera Trap Captures Badger

    Wildlife photographer Andy Swinden recently captured an extraordinary set of images using his Peli camera trap. The nocturnal badger can be difficult to capture, as humans are their main predator, so close interaction is very uncommon. However, this camera trap with a triggered motion sensor flash created a unique...
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    Photography students visit the Galápagos Islands

    For the last 5 years, students and staff from Falmouth University have been heading out on an annual expedition the Galápagos Islands, to photograph and film some of the world's most incredible nature and wildlife. Working closely with the Galápagos Conservation Trust and the Charles Darwin Foundation, the team from...
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    How to Find Your Own Style in Photography

    While it may sound like a simple thing to some people, others may struggle to find their own unique style and personality when it comes to photography. Luckily, we are here to help! Here are a few tips to help you find your own style in your photography. 1. Don’t Copy...
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    5 things to consider when planning a street photography shot

    What is street photography? What’s the first thing that typically comes to mind when thinking about the term street photography? Most likely a candid image of a stranger roaming around the streets of a famous city, such as Venice, Tokyo or New York. But your location doesn’t have to...
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    A guide to the best UK photography events to visit in 2019

    With 2019 just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start planning for photography events, trade shows and exhibitions throughout the UK in 2019. As there are so many to choose from, we've rounded up some of the biggest and best photography shows heading for the UK in...
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    The best natural lighting for landscape photography

    Among many other aspects, landscape photographers need to take into account the light and composition for their photography. Whilst they can control the composition to some extent, landscape photographers do not have the luxury of being able to adjust the light to get the best photograph.With lighting affecting the colour...
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    Unexpected Food Photography Hacks

    Professional food photography is a world away from a quick snap you might take of a dish and upload to Instagram. Shoots that involve food as the main subject are rarely an impromptu event. They are meticulously planned weeks and even months in advance, to ensure the food stylists and...
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    The Peli UK guide to capturing emotions in photography

    If there’s one thing that transforms a photograph from being just ‘okay’ to something much more special, it’s emotion. Happiness, despair, surprise and sadness are just some of the emotions that can be conveyed through the medium of photography, but just how do photographers capture those emotions through the lens...
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    An interview with Matt Ben Stone, Sports Location Photographer

    Succeeding in the world of sports photography take a great amount of dedication and determination, not forgetting the creativity and passion that forms the basis of this fascinating niche. This is something that commercial freelance location photographer, Matt Ben Stone, has discovered during his career. Over the past six years...
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