100 Tips For Photography

“Buy the best gear you can afford; you’ll save money in the long run.” – Simon Butterworth

Always fill the frame with your subject.” – Jason Hawkes

“I find the best way of teaching composition is getting people to read the landscape – learning to look at all the component parts and seeing how these parts work. A couple of strong relationships are needed, like that between the sky and the land, so the viewer gets the narrative of the scene. Don’t accept that you’re stuck with the sky that prevails at the time. Keep coming back as the light changes, and think about the sky’s relationship with the land beneath.” – Charlie Waite

“When the sun is near the horizon, light is more colourful, making it ideal for creating atmospheric images. Avoid strong light from an overhead sun as it tends to give washed-out results.” – Fran Halsall



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