Edward Horsford must have a very wet studio floor. The London based photographer has perfected the technique for photographing water balloons at high speed. Here, we bring you some of his coolest water balloon photos yet! Edward claims to love a challenge in photography. He began the series as a [...]
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Jack Long spent months developing triggers, mechanisms and coloured dies for this series. After hundreds of trials (and probably hundreds of cleaning cloths) he’s created an unbelievable collection of high speed photographs that resemble flowers.
Got a gig for wedding photography but stressing about it being overcast and not getting the right light? Or maybe you have to do a bit of family photography but don’t know how to get that happy family “glow” in your photo? Here are some tips to help you manipulate your lighting and produce great photos every time.
Traditionally, a camera’s flash is used to artificially fill a scene with light to allow for a brighter photo in certain situations. Most cameras though have multiple flash modes that allow you to use your flash creatively.