Many of us across the globe find ourselves in lockdown as we try to stop the spread of coronavirus. Unable leave the house we must look for photography projects that we can do indoors. This week I have been trying multiple exposure selfies.
The latest book by landscape photographers Ross Hoddinott and Mark Bauer contains 52 assignments to improve your landscape photography. Find out how I got on when challenged by my good friend Julian Baird to complete one of the assignments and join in the fun by trying one of the assignments for yourself.
Modern camera lenses are wonderful bits of kit but how often do we push them to the limits? By setting out to shoot at our lens’s extreme settings we can force ourselves to be more creative and learn through experimentation.
I recently set a friend of mine, Cat, the challenge of shooting a triptych; a set of three images on a shared theme that are intended to be viewed together. It was great fun. Now is your turn to have a go.
Many of us shoot predominantly with a wide angle lens. However, with wide angle lenses our choices are rather limited. On a recent visit to Loughrigg Fell in the central Lake District I used my telephoto to increase my options. Now it’s your turn to have a go.