The charming Shell House located in Dunnottar Woods. The locked gate teases you with views of the ornate mosaic of shells on the walls inside. A single rose is placed in the gate.
Time for another post-processing tutorial. I was out at the picturesque Dunnottar Castle near Stonehaven in Scotland. Although the ruined castle looks amazing sitting stop it's rocky plinth, the weather was not so attractive. Dull grey skies and high winds which is often the norm for Scotland. However, this is a dramatic building in a... Continue Reading →
In my previous post I discussed the benefits of switching your camera off of automatic mode and onto a semi-automatic or manual mode. Today, I want to have a more in depth look at the shooting mode which I use most - Aperture Priority. Spin that Wheel Aperture Priority is a shooting mode that is... Continue Reading →
Many people recommend not shooting with your camera in full automatic mode and suggest instead using manual mode. So today I want to look at the differences between manual and automatic modes on a standard DSLR and what are the benefits or disadvantages of using them. What are all those settings? Before even thinking about... Continue Reading →
You often hear photographers and artists talk about the composition of a piece. Merriam-Webster Dictionary has numerous different definitions for the word but the one which is relevant to us is: 'the act or process of composing; specifically : arrangement into specific proportion or relation and especially into artistic form' Thus, in photography it relates... Continue Reading →