Once a ‘hidden gem’, the blue city of Chefchaouen in northern Morocco, has become an Instagram sensation. Lured by the enduring appeal of its transcendental blue walls, the huge influx of visitors means the city is now at risk from overtourism.
Take a deeper look into the more technical, but no less creative, side of photography; from developing a photographic style to devising personal projects, from field testing a camera or other kit to from refining your compositions and presenting your finished photographs. You’ll find it all here but you won’t find those in-depth technical reviews which are so popular elsewhere. This is hands-on photography.
Oooo baby, baby!
Shooting seasons, part five – The arrival of longer, warmer days heralds the season when wildlife raise their young.
We’ve all taken a shot where it wasn’t possible to get it completely perfect in-camera or events ruined our image. Here we look at how a careful crop might rescue an image.
A splash of colour
Shooting seasons, part four – As spring moves towards summer Helmingham Hall’s formal gardens burst into life and colour
Spring erupts… slowly
Part three – The transition from winter to spring presents limited photographic opportunities but tells an important part of the changes in seasons through the year on the estate
Over-photographed: Northern Lights
Photographing the Northern Lights or Southern Lights has become extremely popular in recent years. How do you make your images stand out?
Over-photographed: the Eiffel Tower
In part four of our on-going series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots, it’s the iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
Photography on safari – looking beyond wildlife
If you just want to see animals, you may as well just go to the zoo! In the second ‘Sense of place’ feature Philip Lee Harvey looks at a different approach to photography on safari.
Over-photographed: Havana, Cuba
In part three of our on-going series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots, we take you to Havana in Cuba.
Over-photographed: Taj Mahal
Part two in our ongoing series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots.
Winter in search of Narnia
Starting the project – familiarisation and planning got underway in January and February. Would winter bring snow and transform a bleak landscape?
Casablanca’s colour palette
A sense of place – Philip Lee Harvey reveals his approach to photography which captures the essence of a destination.
Entering photo competitions
TPOTY and WPY judge Colin Finlay gives us his insight into how to win photography competitions.
To crop or not to crop?
What makes images powerful? Here we look at composition vs cropping.
Part one in our on-going series which explores how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots.
In this series Chris Coe takes you with him through the changing seasons in England to capture the life of the Helmingham Hall estate in Suffolk.