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Street Photography Tips at Night

November 22nd, 2017

Street Photography Tips at Night

Today's article from Picture Correct gives some valuable tips on taking street photographs at night, and is written by Juan Jose Reyes, a street photographer based in Miami, Florida.

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Rain Photography Tips

October 31st, 2017

Rain Photography Tips

Todays article is from our friends over at PictureCorrect and is written by Kalyan Kumar, from New York’s legendary camera store 42photo.com,

Do you love the sound and sight of rain? If you do, then you can consider this as a great opportunity to take beautiful photos.

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Bad Weather - Good Light for Photographers

October 31st, 2017

Bad Weather - Good Light for Photographers

In today's article, courtesy of Picture Correct, Mark Eden shows how to make the best of bad weather in your photography. Mark is a freelance travel photographer and writer, and the founder and director of Expanse Photography..

We’ve all sat, staring out of our window and cursing at the rain poring down or the flat, grey sky that just happened to cloud over on few hours we’ve managed to set aside in our busy schedule to head out and shoot some photos. But all is not lost for the opportunistic and well prepared photographer.

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Cesar Manrique

April 22nd, 2017

Cesar Manrique

I recently visited Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, the home of the artist Cesar Manrique.

He was born in Arrecife, Lanzarote and fought in the Spanish Civil War as a volunteer in the artillery unit on Franco's side. He attended the University of La Laguna to study architecture, but after two years he quit his studies. He moved to Madrid in 1945 and received a scholarship for the Art School of San Fernando, where he graduated as a teacher of art and painting. Between 1964 and 1966 he lived in New York City, where a grant from Nelson Rockefeller allowed him to rent his own studio, where he painted many of his works.

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Liverpool and The Wirral

February 5th, 2017

Liverpool and The Wirral

I recently spent a weekend on The Wirral and visited Liverpool.

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Edgbaston Reservoir

January 11th, 2017

Edgbaston Reservoir

On a sunny morning in January, I went for a walk around Edgbaston Reservoir in Birmingham, England.

The reservoir, originally known as Rotton Park Reservoir and referred to in some early maps as Rock Pool Reservoir, is a canal feeder reservoir and it is supplied by small streams and was formed by damming a small stream. The dam is a 330 metre long earth embankment with a height of 10 metres near the centre.

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The Five Ps of Better Wildlife Photography

January 5th, 2017

 The Five Ps of Better Wildlife Photography

Today's article from Picture Correct, creates a new slogan particularly for photographing wildlife and is written by Mario Fazekas, a wildlife photographer from South Africa, whose website is Kruger to Kalahari.

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Why Photography Is Such A Great Hobby

November 29th, 2016

Why Photography Is Such A Great Hobby

Todays article from our friends over at Picture Correct is written by David Tong, who is a freelance photographer, blogger, and writer providing quality and free photography-related tutorials, camera reviews, and Adobe Photoshop tips through his blog and workshops. The article provides an interesting insite into David's photography and has several interesting comments from readers of the article, explaining why the writer enjoys photography.

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Blackpool

November 8th, 2016

Blackpool

Blackpool is a popular seaside resort in Lancashire, on the Irish Sea coast of England. It is best known for Blackpool Pleasure Beach, an old-school amusement park with vintage wooden roller coasters as well as the UKs tallest roller coaster, the Big One. The landmark Blackpool Tower was built in 1894 and visitors can go to a glass viewing platform and then up the metal staircases for a magnificent views of the town and surrounding countryside.In the autumn thousands of visitors go to see the famous Blackpool Illuminations. It also boast three piers, North, Central and South.

I visited there a couple of weeks ago towards the end of the Illuminations, but the following set of images shows more natural illuminations.

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