I have been asked on quite a few occasions how I got this photography website up and running. So, I've decided to write a very short howto detailing the steps I took. I'd better say first, I'm not a computer whizz and some of the info in this article may not be entirely accurate. But this is how it worked for me. You have been warned.
Since the first images were captured on photographic plates, photographers have sought to have them viewed by the public. They would exhibit their images in galleries or invite the public into their studios to view them.
Little has changed since those early days of photography – photographers still use studios and galleries to display their work. However in recent years the advent of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc have presented us with new and exciting ways to showcase our images. Above all, they have provided a free space in which to advertise our services or brand.
Howto: Long exposure photography is when the cameras sensor is exposed to light for longer than usual. The exposure can range from a few seconds to many minutes. Traditionally this technique was used for taking photos at night.
Chromatic Aberration or colour fringing is the bane of many digital photographers. We've all seen it at one time or another. It's especially noticable when viewing your photographs at 100%. It appears as a green or red halo or outline around dark objects that are shot in front of a bright sky. Indeed I have many photos