Canvas print ideas for the dining room

Where you and your family eat, where the children finish their homework, the area for family meetings – the dining room has an important place in the home and certainly deserves a bit of love and attention. While keeping in mind this year’s interior must-haves for the dining room – including vintage furniture, interesting light

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Getting children interested in photography

Do you remember the moment you fell in love with photography? Were you very little or did it creep up on you over time? Imagine getting you little ones into using a camera and documenting what they see – what could be more rewarding? Here, we look at ways to get them excited about this

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Photography ideas for International Day of Friendship

Our friends and friendships are so important for health and happiness. We all need people around us to celebrate the highs and to support us through the lows, being a part of each stage of each other’s lives. From childhood friendships, to those friends we meet later in life, all are important relationships to nurture.

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Snap happy activities in National Parks Week

National Parks Week runs from Monday 24 July until Sunday 30 July, celebrating all fifteen UK National Parks with the theme of ‘bringing people together’. Parks are excellent for shooting locations, giving beautiful landscapes and the opportunity to capture your loved ones in candid poses as they enjoy mother nature. The 15 UK National Parks

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The photography buzz around bees

Did you know that today is Don’t Step on a Bee Day? If this has passed you by so far, let this post remind you of the importance of our buzzy friends and how you can incorporate them into your photography and general do-gooding… What is Don’t Step on a Bee Day? With bee populations

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Room with a view

Taking spectacular shots on location is always an exciting prospect, but have you considered taking your photography in a different direction? The use of a window to frame your photograph can create some magical results, inviting the viewer to lean in to see more. It’s as if they are with you as you take it,

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Feeling hot, hot, hot!

We have been very lucky with the weather recently, enjoying scorching sunshine and cloudless skies in what seems to be a very hot summer. While enjoying this treat of tropical climes, it got us thinking about how to capture hot weather in your photography. How can you depict heat, sunshine and the effects it has

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Exhibitions to catch in summer 2017

If you can find the time between seaside trips, afternoons in the pub and updating your summer wardrobe, head to a photography exhibition for a bit of culture and inspiration. Here’s three interesting exhibitions to see this summer, perfect to get you thinking about your next canvas print. Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of the Pines Where:

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The Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide to Photography

The Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide to Photography Smartphones and social media have heightened interest in photography, but it takes more than a few selfies to become a skilled photographer. To create images worth framing or printing onto canvas, expect to invest some time into developing your photo composition skills and learning the main photography techniques. Good

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A tipple or two: drink photography tips

If you can manage to wait long enough after the drink is poured to take a photograph of it, then drink photography could be another string to your bow. Making food and drink look delicious may seem like an easy task, but getting it just right takes a lot of effort and some insider tips

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