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Photo Tips

"Taking pictures is savouring life intensely, every hundredth of a second" -  Marc Riboud.

  1. HOW TO CREATE AND CAPTURE A MAGICAL CHRISTMAS with Barbora Kurcova

    HOW TO CREATE AND CAPTURE A MAGICAL CHRISTMAS with Barbora Kurcova
    Christmas – like Santa’s sleigh – comes and goes before we know it. But creative photographer and craft enthusiast, Barbora Kurcova, tries to spend Christmas slowing things down and really savouring the things that matter. “For me,” she says, “Christmas is about family, thinking of that perfect gift for the special people in your life and being kind.”She also takes time...
  2. AN AMERICAN IN PORTUGAL WITH LEAH JOHNS

    AN AMERICAN IN PORTUGAL WITH LEAH JOHNS
    Leah Johns grew up in Madison, a small lakeside city in the American Midwest. But after spending a semester in Belgium during her time at university, she yearned to see more of the world. “Something about being abroad opened my mind in a way I hadn't felt before. And I craved more and more of it,” she says. She wanted...
  3. The Life of a Traveller with Kirsten Michalski

    The Life of a Traveller with Kirsten Michalski
    Kirsten Michalski lives in The Hague in the Netherlands. She was born in Germany and grew up in Saudi Arabia. She has an Italian boyfriend in Paris and her family is spread across the globe, from Australia to Chile to India. On her latest count she has visited 35 countries and lived in three. She’s most familiar with Europe and...
  4. 5 Tips on Capturing Extraordinary Travel Photos

    5 Tips on Capturing Extraordinary Travel Photos
    Capturing your travels through the art of photography is a way of preserving and displaying those memorable and visually pleasing moments. Whether it be a majestic waterfall, a busy marketplace or the flight of a native bird, there are clever and effective camera techniques that will transform a flat holiday snap into a bold and engaging photograph. Here are 5...
  5. A simple guide to getting the most out of your phone camera

    A simple guide to getting the most out of your phone camera
    Smartphone cameras are deceptively simple, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to know. With only a handful of variables at your control, it's more important than ever to make each element work to get the results you want with minimal fuss. Used well, the tiny portable camera in your pocket can be a powerful tool for creating beautiful, professional imagery...
  6. Why I shoot with 35mm film - @buxtonc

    Why I shoot with 35mm film - @buxtonc
    These days we are so focused on trying to mimic the look and feel of film using digital. We invest money on presets, put up the grain on photos and chuck a little fade on them too. Yes, I admit, I do this too. But why? Because it's easier, it's quicker and it's cheaper. This has pretty much become...
  7. 5 Simple Ways To Create Exceptional Food Photography

    5 Simple Ways To Create Exceptional Food Photography
    Michael Gardenia is a lover of photography and homemade food. With over 110,000 followers on Instagram, his food photography is known and loved throughout the globe. Read on for 5 exclusive tips to transform your food photography, together with a selection of beautiful images that have been created exclusively for Inkifi. Be dynamicFood can create amazing textures and shades...
  8. Five Photos & Tips on Getting the Best out of Nighttime Photography

    Five Photos & Tips on Getting the Best out of Nighttime Photography
    With the year coming near it's end cycle, the days starting darker and nighttime starting earlier and earlier, it's becoming more challenging to take photos in the daylight hours. So, with that, we have collaborated with Steffen Eisenacher to bring you 5 tips on getting the best shot possible in the darken hours.#1 Blue Hour MVAstrophotography is probably the biggest...
  9. 7 Street Photography Tips from a Pro

    7 Street Photography Tips from a Pro
    Ronya Galka is a renowned street photographer, she was listed in the Top 10 British Street Photographers in 2015 by the Interactive Design Institute. Her fine art street photography has been exhibited at Liberty's of London and the Pall Mall Gallery. During the past ten years her photography has appeared in numerous publications and exhibitions.#1 Wear Comfortable (not to be confused...
  10. How to Capture Stunning Symmetry Photos with your iPhone

    How to Capture Stunning Symmetry Photos with your iPhone
    There is something visually pleasing and fascinating about symmetry and whilst it can easily go unnoticed day to day, when captured or viewed in a photograph, the result can often excite and captivate both the photographer and the viewer instantly. Below are some of my essential tips that can easily be implemented which are sure to assist anyone in...
  11. Photographing People: 6 Tips to Get the Perfect Shot

    Photographing People: 6 Tips to Get the Perfect Shot
    Any photographer will tell you, photographing people can be quite a challenge. Whether it's a child who had a rough morning or a couple who are tense and uncomfortable in front of the camera, you as the photographer are still responsible for capturing some great shots. Not to mention you have to consider what to focus on, lighting, and composition...
  12. 5 Tips to Create the Perfect Landscape Shot

    5 Tips to Create the Perfect Landscape Shot
    Everyone aims to get that perfect landscape shot, whether you're a pro or a complete novice we all aim to catch that perfect light. With only weeks left of it still being light in the later evening, here are some tips to get you out there to get that shot that'll bring you comfort in the colder, darker months. Yes...
  13. IPHONEOGRAPHY: PAYING ATTENTION TO LIGHT

    IPHONEOGRAPHY: PAYING ATTENTION TO LIGHT
    Hello again! I hope you've been really well and have had fun playing with the Rule of Thirds we talked about last month. Today we're jumping into the glowing world of light! The word 'photography' stems from its Greek translation; drawing with light, thus understanding light is a fundamental piece of the photography puzzle. Whether you're shooting with a camera, or on...
  14. Creative selfies & including yourself in your images

    Creative selfies & including yourself in your images
    Much maligned, the selfie can actually be a brilliant tool for self expression, storytelling and capturing memories. Sara Tasker, aka Instagrammer Me & Orla, tells you how.put yourself in the photoIt's all too easy to get trapped in the role of photographer and fail to include anything of yourself. We sit behind the camera or smartphone only to look back and...
  15. Uncovering the art of mobile photography - 16 practical tips to better photos

    Uncovering the art of mobile photography - 16 practical tips to better photos
    "Photographs capture a moment that's gone forever, impossible to reproduce." Karl Lagerfeld's words still hold true today. Even as photographic technology changes and mobile phone cameras become more sophisticated, it's still up to the photographer to find those unique moments with the power to move and inspire us. But how to go about capturing them? We've spoken to some of...
  16. Magic in the mundane - finding the photo opportunities in your everyday life

    Magic in the mundane - finding the photo opportunities in your everyday life
    The secret to a steady flow of beautiful, meaningful images you want to keep forever? Finding the magic in the mundane. Follow instagrammer Sara Tasker's tips for finding the photo opportunities in your everyday life, and elevating the ordinary. tell a story My favourite images have some sort of tale to tell, however small or short. The abandoned slippers...
  17. IPHONEOGRAPHY: HOW TO MASTER THE RULE OF THIRDS

    IPHONEOGRAPHY: HOW TO MASTER THE RULE OF THIRDS
    Welcome to the first part in this series of iPhoneography tips, where I'm going to show you how to apply well-established photography principles to elevate your mobile photography. Over the series, we'll be tackling everything from different types of compositional techniques to lighting and inspiration for what to shoot. Just because you shot it on your mobile phone doesn't have...
  18. They grow up so fast - the importance of photography in families

    They grow up so fast - the importance of photography in families
    In this digital age, with most of us carrying camera phones everywhere we go,we're better equipped than ever to be capturing the magical moments of family life. With all the functions of a DSLR and what used to be only available to professionals, most of us now have access to amazing cameras, in our pockets. However with the bombardment of...
  19. Colour and Shape with @huxsterized

    Colour and Shape with @huxsterized
    Huxster, as he likes to be known, is a photographer living and working in Malaysia. His Instagram feed is made up of striking, minimalist compositions, bursting with beautiful colour. Ever on the look-out for bright colours and defined lines, Huxster reveals the creativity and dynamism you can find even in the most unlikely of urban spaces. Here he tells us...
  20. SIMPLE RULES FOR BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITION

    SIMPLE RULES FOR BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITION
    With only a handful of settings at your disposal, composition is possibly the single most important part of smartphone photography. If you've ever wondered why the pictures on your screen never quite look as good as they did to your eyes, then the list below should help. As with all rules, there are exceptions, and times when ignoring them...

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