#WexTips 1: Experiment with shutter speeds to add impact to your coastal images. Using a speed of around 1-2 seconds should blur the water enough to show movement without losing the detail in the rest of the scene. Don't forget your tripod!
Stay tuned for more quick, practical photo advice. Today's tip and image comes from Justin Minns Photography.
We remember the world's most famous and influential sporting icon in pictures, some of which you may have never seen before:
#WexTips 3: To create atmospheric woodland scenes in autumn, arrive early and stay close to the edge of the woods to make the most of the sun's penetration through the mist.
Stay tuned for more quick, practical photo advice. Today's tip and image come from Lee Acaster Photography
Andy Farrer tells the story behind his image, which won him the title of Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2015: http://goo.gl/rrqkJI
Following his hospitalisation in 2004, Daniel Regan Photography turned to the art form as a means of coping with his mental-health issues.
Part of Daniel's Abandoned series exploring the things left behind in decaying Victorian asylums, the below image draws parallels with what the photographer left behind during his own recovery. #MoreThanAnImage
See more of Daniel's work at http://danielregan.com/.