Silverstone MotoGP 2015

This year has seen me purchase a new Suzuki GSX-R 750 and because of that, to my surprise, I received two complimentary tickets to this years British MotoGP at Silverstone Motor Circuit Circuit.¬†What a result I thought, get to watch the MotoGP live once again at Silverstone and also get to try out my newContinue reading “Silverstone MotoGP 2015”

Converting to Black & White

With today’s skies being somewhat overcast and grey, I’ve spent my afternoon having a lovely walk through the woods with our dog Bailey and my Nikon D7000 just clicking away practicing and trying to improve my skills at Landscape Photography. Ok, you may ask yourself why is this post called Converting to Black & White,Continue reading “Converting to Black & White”

HMS Victory Using Auto ISO

HMS Victory located within Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard. The Victory was built back in 1860 and due to the age of the ship and the artifacts onboard, you are NOT allowed to take flash photography. This restriction on using flash, therefore, made this trip the best time to practice using my D7000 with the following settingContinue reading “HMS Victory Using Auto ISO”

Fields of Gold

The evening skies are blue and the countryside has broken into colour, so it’s a great time to get out and practice using Aperture Priority and different ISO settings to capture the colours of spring. The above photo was taken whilst driving home from work using my Nikon D7000 set to Aperture Priority. However, thisContinue reading “Fields of Gold”

Spring Flowers

It’s lovely to really start seeing signs of spring popping up everywhere, now that the sun is finally shining. Bluebells starting to appear in the woods. Whilst white daffodils grow by the side of a lake. Just got to love spring

Aperture Priority Practise around Old Portsmouth

So spent the other evening out around Old Portsmouth learning more about using Aperture Priority, so what is Aperture Priority you might ask yourself and what’s it all about. Aperture Priority on your camera will allow you to set and control the F stop (the amount of light you let into your lens) whilst theContinue reading “Aperture Priority Practise around Old Portsmouth”

Adding Background Movement

So adding background movement in a photograph is all about getting your panning right along with your camera set up, so what is panning I ask myself. Panning is having the ability to move your upper body but keeping your feet still and your camera on target to the subject you wish to photograph, whilstContinue reading “Adding Background Movement”