Thanks to Kieran Metcalfe, who shared these beautiful frozen bubble images in the comments of our recent blog piece. Here's the link if you fancy trying the technique for yourself: https://goo.gl/wgTOi9 (blog by Vikspics - Wildlife Photography)
#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.
#WexTips 4: Add authenticity and personality to portraits of children by asking your subjects about their favourite colour or toy, rather than telling them to smile.
Great portrait photography is about building a connection and trust, so anything you can do to put your subjects at ease will improve results.
Stay tuned for more quick, practical photo advice. Today's tip and image come from Hannah Couzens: http://www.hcphotography.co.uk.
#WexTips 8: When photographing animals, get down to your subject's eye level to focus their attention and create a more engaging image.
Stay tuned for more quick, practical photo advice. Today's tip and image comes from our very own Ben Piper
#WexTips 6: Break the rule of thirds and place your focal point in the centre of the frame for a high-impact seascape.
Stay tuned for more quick, practical photo advice. Today's tip and image come from Lee Acaster Photography
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