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  1. Top 10 Tips for Better Product Photography

    Top 10 Tips for Better Product Photography Our 10 Best Tips On How To Photograph Products For E-commerce - Amazon, Websites & eBay Photography is the most important tool for any e-commerce website. Online customers can’t feel, touch, try or handle your products, so they need photos... Read more...
  2. The Beginner's Guide to Newborn Photography

    The Beginner's Guide to Newborn Photography Safety first! So you’ve decided to start dabbling in newborn photography, but before you start shooting there are certain things you must do beforehand. There is nothing more precious to someone than their newborn child, hence why the ... Read more...
  3. The Beginner's Guide to Product Photography

    The Beginner's Guide to Product Photography Introduction We’ve all seen images of products that really stand out, and have probably seen just as many that look terrible. You only need to check online marketplaces like eBay and Facebook Marketplace to see what we mean. As the saying goes... Read more...
  4. A Photographer's Introduction to Newborn Photography

    A Photographer's Introduction to Newborn Photography In the words of our in-house photographer, Mike Crompton - brand new father to 3-week-old baby Robbie- read the challenges and experiences of a professional photographer trying their hand at a newborn photoshoot. One of the things I looked forward ... Read more...
  5. Why Photographers are Switching to Paper Photography Backgrounds

    Why Photographers are Switching to Paper Photography Backgrounds The Best Backdrops for Photography and Videography Backdrops have always been a popular item with photographers. In the 1960s, world renowned photographers such as David Bailey and Terrance Donavan became popular for their unique styles and look in ... Read more...
  6. Which is the Right Softbox for you? By Garry Edwards

    Which is the Right Softbox for you? By Garry Edwards Softboxes are the popular go-to tool for producing soft light, especially in the studio, because they combine the advantages of both shoot through and reflective umbrellas, i.e. they produce even, soft light that can be placed as close as required ... Read more...
  7. The Ultimate Buyer's Guide to Continuous Lighting

    The Ultimate Buyer's Guide to Continuous Lighting Continuous lighting is becoming increasingly popular for photographers/videographers that are looking into studio lighting for the first time. The headache of syncing up your camera to your trigger and flash is removed, and the photographer is ... Read more...
  8. The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to Flash Photography Lighting

    The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to Flash Photography Lighting Any keen photographer - regardless of their experience - is always looking for ways to improve the quality of their shots. Most beginner cameras come with a built-in flash which is serviceable but is very limited in lighting options. Adding ... Read more...
  9. Comparing the new Godox TT685II with the V860III

    Comparing the new Godox TT685II with the V860III A good speedlight is a core component of a photographer’s kit. As one of the more versatile and most heavily used tools in a photographer’s kitbag, it’s essential that you have a quality, reliable and easy to use on-camera flash that you ... Read more...
  10. Wedding Season: Our Top Kit Picks

    Wedding Season: Our Top Kit Picks Whether it’s your first wedding, or you are a wedding photography novice, it’s important to have the right kit so you are prepared for all kinds of scenarios that a wedding may bring. Photographing a wedding is probably one of the most varied... Read more...

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