Tweet Occasionally there is a new bit of gear that comes along that really can change how we work as a photographer. The new iPad is one of them. In the field, we often produce pictures that have to be sent quickly to our clients. For the past 20 years we have acquired the photography [...]
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Tweet We do a lot of architectural and showhome photography, for clients ranging from The Sunday Times to Crest Nicholson and Oakdale homes. (In fact, you can see some of it on our home page!) The key to success is to make the end result seemless. And that is a lot harder than it looks. You need an almost custom approach [...]
Tweet Christmas is a great time of year for some outdoor photography, but keeping those new cameras alive in the cold can prove a challenge! Farmer T has asked us how to keep his DSLR going, and the answer is not so much a trick, as is about managing your gear properly. In extreme cold [...]