Capture and Create Delphinium Photographic Workshop at Godinton House, Kent Clear skies, stunning scenery and scorching temperatures were all part of the superb Delphinium Workshop day at Godinton House, on what turned out to be a searing day; in fact the hottest day this year and the hottest since those … Read More
Guess How This Shot Was Made And Win a HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20
In the runup to our Introduction to Macro and Close Up Photography Workshop on May 2nd, 2017, here’s a little competition for you as bit of fun.
Take a look at the images and if you can guess correctly what Sue and Doug have done to make these macro images, you’ll be in with a chance to wina HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20.
Good Luck!… Read More
The last few places on our “Introduction to Close Up and Macro Workshop” on May 2nd, 2017 are up for grabs. The course is open to all levels of photographic experience but is designed as a fun introduction to the techniques involved. We will include techniques to get great close up shots and how to produce stunning detailed macro images too. We’ll include some fun and funky techniques to whet those with a more creative appetite too.… Read More
A Great Day Out Leeds Castle and Lightroom Workshop Perfect weather and attentive students made for a great day out on our Leeds Castle and Lightroom Workshop on March 16th. We worked to shoot the Castle’s landscaped gardens and of course, Leeds Castle itself with three hours of intensive camera work. Then, armed … Read More
Doug and I are both members of Ashford Photographic Society. We are one of the top clubs in Kent and I am privileged to have been their chairman for a few years, but, having relinquished that role and still sitting on the committee, I am also now on the “selection … Read More
Last Few Places Filters and Plug-ins Workshop Learn More filters and plug-ins for image editing with Capture and Create We have a few more places left on our Filters and Plug-ins for image editing workshop on February 7th 2017. There are so many filters and plug-ins for image editing, it’s a confusing … Read More
Hoarfrost Magic Time to shoot nature’s winter magic It is rare here in Kent to get hoarfrost, but this morning the temperature was a chilly -4 degrees C, sunny and wonderfully still; the perfect opportunity to get out there with the macro lens and shoot some close-up images. Both Doug … Read More
Today is the shortest day of the year; the Winter Solstice no less. And as revellers mass at Stonehenge, I thought it’d be nice to share an image of the famous henge taken earlier in 2016. This was shot on an Olympus OM-D E5 MkII and 12-60mm F/2.8 lens, tripod … Read More
National and International Photographic Exhibitions Photo Club Arizona Circuit 2016 Serbia, Romania, Macedonia Every year throughout the world there are a huge selection of both National and International exhibitions you, like me, can enter and potentially gain photography awards, but while the potential rewards are amazing, the going can get tough; you’re up … Read More
Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks Landscape photography is one of the simplest and, arguably, one of the easiest photography techniques to try because in essence, all you need is a view and a camera to photograph it with. But here are a few tips and tricks to try out to improve the … Read More