Shooting after Dark

So with the dark winter evenings upon us, trying to capture landscape photography can be fun when it comes to looking through that viewfinder or seeing details on your screen display due to the sky being dark and overcast this time of year. With the lack of light in the mornings or after 4pm inContinue reading “Shooting after Dark”

Summers Evening

So with the British summer finally arriving (well nearly) it’s time for those lovely evening walks round Heath Lake in Petersfield just chilling out and taking photos. So with my D7000 set to Manual Mode, I started out taking shots and trying to practice using my Cokin ND and GD filter sets.¬†Which I’m slowly gettingContinue reading “Summers Evening”

Family Wedding

So after my attempt at taking photographs at a total strangers Wedding, this time I got to take photographs at my sister-in-law’s Wedding. To be open and truthful I found this so much easier as the guest and the family all knew who I was lol!! With the camera set to Manual Mode and ISOContinue reading “Family Wedding”

Vintage Cars on Track

It started out as just when of then days when you get called into work to fix an issue, but this time the caller said make sure you bring your camera? That’s was a very strange way to finishes a phone which started with I need your help to fix my computer, so with cameraContinue reading “Vintage Cars on Track”

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

Also Comes in Red

Just got to love working at Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, yesterday I was lucky enough to capture a Spitfire burning off excess fuel, and today’s lunch break has been spent watching people test drive Ferrari’s. Which provided me with the opportunity to practice Shutter Speed Priority, whilst trying to add that slight blurring motionContinue reading “Also Comes in Red”

Spitting Fire

With the weather being warm and sunny, it’s been a great couple of days just to get out during my lunch break a practice playing with Shutter Speed & Aperture Priority on my Nikon D7000. And as the photo shows below, being in the right place at the right time can also help when itContinue reading “Spitting Fire”

Shutter Priority, Hangers Way Walk

Today has been spent going for a lovely walk around Hangers Ways just outside of Petersfield Hampshire, during our walk we came across a couple of lovely little waterfalls which allowed us to practice using Shutter Priority, The above and below images aren’t amazing, however, you can see by just slowing your Shutter Speed downContinue reading “Shutter Priority, Hangers Way Walk”