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As the sea is always changing, the same spot can offer many photo opportunities, all with different outcomes. If you’re looking for tips on how to take fantastic seascape and coastal photographs, we’ve got the tips you need. If you’re stuck for ideas on how to shoot a seascape, here are 25 great examples.
Try this easy way to boost the colour of a lacklustre sunset, using a custom colour gradient to create a scene with added depth Sunsets are always a popular subject for many photographers, but sometimes the image you end up capturing isn’t as vibrant or amazing as the scene in front of you. Many problems… Continue reading
Learn how to optimise a RAW file’s colours and tones to create a mono shot with a strong tonal range It’s easy enough to convert a colour photo to black and white, but much trickier to get a monochrome image with a healthy sweep of tones from black shadows through to grey midtones and white… Continue reading
Learn to use the Split Toning feature of Adobe Camera Raw 4.1 to target and tint mono conversions Mono images can be given extra warmth by converting them to sepia. To create the classy, antique look you can always use Photoshop to alter the hue and saturation of your raw format image, but Adobe Camera Raw’s… Continue reading
Creating a sense of motion in your images can be a tricky technique to master, and blurring moving water is no exception.
Towns and cities boast countless buildings, both old and new, ripe for some stunning abstract shots.
When shooting autumnal scenes, it‘s important to make sure that all the colours in your images remain vibrant and punchy.
On these warm summer nights it‘s worth staying out late, taking your flashgun along to some of your favou