Top 10 tips for Wedding second shooters

Posted by Peter Treadway on February 22, 2017
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Weddings are by no means a suitable arena to learn general photographic principles. It has frequently been likened to conducting a portrait shoot, at 100mph, for 8-10 hours (if not longer) straight and having been shooting weddings myself for a number of years now, I can largely attest to the

‘That’s been photoshopped!. We’ve all heard the phrase, haven’t we? It’s usually said in response to an obviously (and overly) retouched image shared on social media or a very badly composited image and it’s usually uttered by a fellow photographer. Somehow over the last 28 years then, ‘photoshop’ has become

The Importance of Filters (or why I changed my mind on the importance of filters)

Posted by Peter Treadway on February 8, 2017
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From the moment I picked up my very first camera many years ago, I was told that filters were the best way to minimise or maximise certain effects the environment can have on your images. Be it a circular polariser to reduce reflections and haze, a graduated ND filter to

Having had a bit of a wait for the flight from Las Vegas’ McCarran airport to New York, we were pleased to finally get called to board the plane taking us pretty much the breadth of the country on an overnight flight. Even more pleased were we with the thought