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Advanced Architecture Photography Alignment is a mechanism for composing an image that has prominent lines, concentrating on this aims to align two or more of these lines, for example on an office building, aligning the top of the building with the frame emphasises the geometry. With the photographer choosing how to present objects, the edge […]

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Street Photography I like Joel Meyerowitz, he seems to love life. His philosophy always makes me happy because of it’s simplicity – ‘what you put in the frame, determines the photograph’. He seems to approach his work from a philosophical point of view as much as a literal, image based one. The real world continues […]

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Using a scanner as a device to capture images is relatively untapped. Sometimes referred to as ‘Scanography’ the process is as simple as it sounds, take an item and scan it. The results vary depending on light leeks, ambient light sources and of course the marks on the scanner. The initial reaction might be to […]

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Anamorphic lenses, what are they? whats the point of building your own? Well…the answer is because it looks cool, really cool. Anamorphic lenses allow you to achieve true widescreen on your digital SLR by squashing the image onto the camera sensor, which you then have to stretch back out again in Photoshop. Essentially everything looks […]

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With photographers such as Dan Mountford, Florian Imgrund, Jon Duenas, Sara K Byrne and Cristoffer Reilander championing the renaissance of double exposure photography for a new generation, we’re going to explore how to successfully create a double exposure portrait. Dan Mountford and Cristoffer Reilander both create their images using digital SLR’s, cameras such as the […]

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