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Your New Best Friend: The Histogram

Have you noticed that funny graph appearing on your preview and review screen? What does it mean? Well, I’m here to tell you that it is your best friend in both getting the shot right in camera as well as being tremendously useful in post-processing.

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Photography Trip to Malta (November 2016)

We have partnered with Creative Holidays Malta for a photography trip to the beautiful island of Malta (Nov 24th – 29th 2016).

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Travel Photography Tips: Malta

Malta is full of the elements that photographers love. Here are some simple tips to help you with your travel photography when visiting Malta.


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Diving in Deeper – Lightroom Sun 3 July 2016

At some point in your photographic career you’ll realise you need a way to keep track of your ten thousands photos. You’ll also will see the necessity of correcting and optimising your photos.

Adobe Lightroom is a program specially made for photographers which can just do this and more. There is however a bit of a learning curve and by attending our workshop you’ll be up and working in a day. We teach you everything you need to know to start working on and with your images

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Diving in Deeper – Blijdorp Zoo: Animal Photography Sun 2 Oct 2016

Zoos are great locations to practice photography as they present us both with a great variety of subjects but also present us with some real challenges. We will work on location combining theory with practice to produce some stunning animal shots you can be proud of.

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Diving in Deeper – Landscape & Long Exposure Photography Sun 13 Nov 2016

A successful landscape image will capture the essence of the place in the scene and evoke an emotion in the viewer. We will work on location at Rottermeren, Blieswijk, combining theory with practice and you will learn how to look for different landscape compositions, how to control the light with filters and the techniques of long exposure photography.

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Helmut Newton Retrospective in FOAM Photo Museum Amsterdam

Helmut Newton Retrospective in FOAM Photo Museum Amsterdam

Disfarmer in FOAM Amsterdam

Between 1915 and 1959, American studio photographer Mike Disfarmer (1884-1959) made portraits of the residents of Heber Springs, a small town in rural Arkansas.

2015, Self portrait-®RobindePuy, courtesy The Ravestijn Gallery
ROBIN DE PUY If this is true… 8,000 Miles on a Motorcycle in the USA. Fotomuseum Den Haag

ROBIN DE PUY If this is true… 8,000 Miles on a Motorcycle in the USA. Fotomuseum Den Haag

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Farming Folk Exhibition Review

History has come alive within the latest exhibition at the Fotomuseum, Den Haag. Farming culture is an integral part of Dutch history and ‘Farming Folk’ delivers a humbling representation of the aging nature of agriculture in the Netherlands.


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Photographer Profile: Trevor E.R. Yerbury & Faye Yerbury

Photographer Profile: Trevor E.R. Yerbury & Faye Yerbury constantly reinvent themselves with fresh approaches to their art – and challenging diversions within the social portraiture genus.

Layers ©Hengki Koentjoro
Photographer Profile: Hengki Koentjoro

Photographer Profile: Hengki Koegtjoro’s photographs have a striking signature simplicity, he delicately preserves the dreamy awe in ordinary objects above and under water. Hengki seeks soundness of mind mostly in the oceans and open nature—away from the buzzing city life.

XXX Olympiad: Equestrian Jumping Individual, Greenwich Park, London. 8 August 2012 ©Simon Roberts
Photographer Profile: Simon Roberts

Photographer Profile: Simon Roberts deals with our relationship to landscape and notions of identity and belonging.

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Photographer Profile: Ross Hoddinott

Photographer Profile: Ross Hoddinott

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Photographer Profile: Paul Rogers

Photographer Profile: Paul Rogers’ style of wedding photography makes it appear that he is virtually invisible to the couple he is shooting and yet he is totally there in the moment capturing the very essence of the day.