Monthly Archives: June 2017

Scripting Exposure Compensation for Timelapse

As I discussed previously it’s sometimes necessary to change the exposure during a timelapse capture ( for example for a sunset or sunrise). However for timelapse the advice is generally to leave the camera in full manual mode because modifying … Continue reading

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Buildings and Patterns

Repeating patterns can often add interest to what might otherwise be mundane images. I found that this was especially true of buildings and architecture. The photos below were taken during the period that I lived and worked near Birmingham in … Continue reading

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OK, so Paris, at number 3 in the world’s most popular tourist cities, is not exactly off the beaten track. However there are still relatively undiscovered activities and locations to be had which allow you to avoid the crowds. Getting … Continue reading

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