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Why a Professional Headshot should be your next Business Move.

Is your business headshot showing you in the best light? "There is no second chance to make a first impression" some say, and in the world of business your headshot could, and probably is, that "first impression". If your headshot does not create a good first impression, how long do you have to recover lost ground? Will you be able to regather tru...
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Tips for Picture Perfect Headshot Posing Part 2

Tips for Picture Perfect Posing Part 2 Last Blog we looked at 4 Tips and Tricks which could help you achieve Picture Perfect Posing by altering your body position. This time we are looking into taking control of the mindset.... Background - The Reality I think we can all agree that m ost people "dislike" (that is a polite was of saying...
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5 Tips for Picture Perfect Headshot Posing Part 1

Do you look at yourself in photos then cringe......?? 😬 ✅ I do. The good news is, you are not alone. Most folk "dislike" (thats a polite was of saying "hate") their photo being taken and indeed the photos themselves. This Blog (and Part 2 to follow) are going to change all that. I shall be discussing tips on how to stand for your He...
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The Insiders Guide to Iphone Landscapes

THE INSIDERS GUIDE TO IPHONE LANDSCAPES Love taking photos with your smartphone? H app y with your pics? If not this blog will help your landscape photography with a few simple tips and tricks which you can use now. Top Tip 1 - Shoot Horizontal What does this mean? Well basically the long bit of the phone will be at the bottom of the photo...
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How to Shoot Tonights Fireworks Display

Fancy shooting the lght trails at a Fireworks event tonight? Here is a recent pic taken for the press at a fireworks event. How was it done? The camera was mounted on a tripod with a remote release to minimise movement. The aperture (which lets light in the lens) was set to about F9 to allow for some depth of focus. The shutter (speed of the ph...
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