Friday, 16th September 2016
Here’s something the Olympus team’s resident photography nerds (which is all of us, now we think about it) believe: any photographic guidance preceded by words like “rule”, “you must”, “always” or “never” is almost always followed by a line of total rubbish.
Monday, 15th August 2016
Choosing and achieving the correct exposure for your images is at the very heart of photography. Together with focus, exposure is pretty much the only thing you need to get right in order to record what’s in front of you. I’m not saying it will be the greatest picture – composition, communication and creativity need to be added into the mix for that – but none of those matter if you can’t record the scene onto the camera sensor in the first place.
Tuesday, 12th July 2016
OLYMPUS was back for another year of photographic fun with the whip-crackin’ high-tumblin’ bottle-jugglin’ horse-wranglin’ wagon-trundlin’ tent-raisin’ stake-drivin’ boot-stompin’ spur-janglin’ rain dancin’ gold-rushin’ bounty-huntin’ bugle-tootin’ banjo-pluckin’ Hell-raisin’ Thanks-givin’ Giffords Circus at the picturesque Chiswick House and Gardens. 60 lucky photographers were invited to photograph three superb acts from the Circus’ latest production “The Painted Wagon”.
Wednesday, 22nd June 2016
Flat lays are one of the most popular photography styles on Instagram – think of them as a fashion blogger’s new age version of the still life oil painting. So why do we love them so? They’re fun to style and set up, they break up our Insta feeds with ease, and they are, hands down, the best way to showcase great products without distraction.
Tuesday, 21st June 2016
There’s a not-so-secret address book of stylish London hangouts that every blogger worth their Insta-followers seems to have visited and snapped at some point. These gorgeous venues – restaurants, bars, galleries and the like – are some of the capital’s best-decorated haunts and take our #InteriorsGoals to a whole other level.
Thursday, 16th June 2016
There’s always a lot of talk about the exposure triangle: the shutter speed, the ISO sensitivity and your aperture setting. These are the three most important settings on the camera, which allow you to capture the correct exposure for the scene you’re photographing.
Thursday, 26th May 2016
Denholm Norris is a food photographer based in Essex. His work involves a lot of still life techniques in the studio and on-locations…
Thursday, 5th May 2016
To coincide with John Nassari’s ‘80 at 80‘ exhibition at Art Bermondsey Project Space, London, there was a private view evening at the gallery.