Located in the Italian side of Mt Blanc, Courmayeur has been running “click on the mountain” for the past 9 years. A rider invited filming and photo competition, a team of 3 riders, 1 filmer and 1 photographer have a week to put together an adventure film ticking all the boxes of certain categories and battle off for a tasty prize of 5000 euro’s, not to mention getting heli time and accessing some outstanding terrain.
We are heading to The Photography Show in the U.K, Come and join us! For the fourth year now, the photography show will be hosted at the NEC in Birmingham, U.K, between 18-21 March. It’s going to be an exciting four days. We’re excited to show off our collection and also check out the latest technology from leading photography brands.
Layering works as 3 main levels; Your base layer, Middle layer/insulation layer and outer layer. What do we mean by layering? Simply put, it is placing clothes over your clothes to stay warm. Just like putting a jersey on when it cold or a rain jacket on when it rains.
Technically, 'good shots' have it all, composition and exposure are correct however they lack the "oh, damn" effect. Does this sound familiar in your photography? Perhaps I am just talking from a personal standpoint but I wonder why I can't take shots like these guys all the time? How do you execute and what is the recipe for coming home with the prize every time?
Learn how to make money with your photography. We interview successful photographers and ask them how they got started with making an income from their photography, what has changed since then, marketing tactics that have worked, their trials and tribulations along the way, all focusing on the main objective to find out how amateurs can make their first step towards creating a successful photography business and make money from their art.
The meteor shower happens every August. This August the show was extra good with up to 200 meteors every hour instead of the usual 80-100. The short of it is; There is a comet circling through our solar system leaving behind a dust trail, and every year at the same time, earth’s orbit enters into this dust trail where low and behold, the night sky erupts. Read on to see how I photographed the Perseid meteor shower.