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Julie Powell

How to get creative with a zoom lens
Photofocus Road Trip: The Daintree, from the rainforest to the reef
Are you going on a croc hunt?
Three ways to improve your photography with the help of your dog
How I got the shot: Iced coffee
Putting the Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 lens through its paces
Choosing a subject that speaks to you
Putting the Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 lens through its paces
Seeking the perfect travel duo for Sony cameras
How to keep portraits simple yet classy
In the smartphone era, why are traditional cameras still so popular?
Working with frozen berries

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How I got the shot: Iced coffee

This one is fun to try, especially if you are a coffee lover. Once you’ve got your photos, you can sit back and enjoy a delicious iced coffee while you edit! Requirements Camera and lens Tripod Remote trigger Glass Ice

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Choosing a subject that speaks to you

Regardless of what genre you shoot, you should always look at choosing a subject that ‘speaks’ to you. That way you are more likely to study it and unlock its secrets. If it is a location you enjoy visiting often,

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Working with frozen berries

When it comes to working with food photography, there is a real trend with frozen berries. And why not? They look amazing — there is something special when they achieve that ‘frosty’ look. What fruit can you use? Pretty much

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Trials while traveling

It happens to the best of us. You’re out and about, possibly even a long way from home and suddenly the unthinkable happens. Absolute heartbreak. The trials while traveling … Let me tell you about my woes. I had spent

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How to photograph silky smooth waterfalls

When I first picked up a digital SLR back in 2014, all I wanted to learn was how to photograph waterfalls. You know the ones, where the water is all smooth and milky. Soft, beautiful slightly dark and gorgeous details.

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What are you listening to?

Have you ever thought about how your style or choice of music changes, depending on what you are doing? It has been thought for a while now that mood and music are closely related. For instance, listening to a sad

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speaks

Choosing a subject that speaks to you

Regardless of what genre you shoot, you should always look at choosing a subject that ‘speaks’ to you. That way you are more likely to study it and unlock its secrets. If it is a location you enjoy visiting often,

Read More
Julie Powell_Berries

Working with frozen berries

When it comes to working with food photography, there is a real trend with frozen berries. And why not? They look amazing — there is something special when they achieve that ‘frosty’ look. What fruit can you use? Pretty much

Read More
kelly-sikkema-E8H76nY1v6Q-unsplash

Trials while traveling

It happens to the best of us. You’re out and about, possibly even a long way from home and suddenly the unthinkable happens. Absolute heartbreak. The trials while traveling … Let me tell you about my woes. I had spent

Read More
JP103606

How to photograph silky smooth waterfalls

When I first picked up a digital SLR back in 2014, all I wanted to learn was how to photograph waterfalls. You know the ones, where the water is all smooth and milky. Soft, beautiful slightly dark and gorgeous details.

Read More
adrian-korte-5gn2soeAc40-unsplash

What are you listening to?

Have you ever thought about how your style or choice of music changes, depending on what you are doing? It has been thought for a while now that mood and music are closely related. For instance, listening to a sad

Read More

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