Samuel Curtis Photography

  I take the photos, So you can enjoy the moment 

Hints and Tips

Reflections

Posted on 1 February, 2017 at 16:00 Comments comments (0)

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Finding a viewpoint isn't always about repositioning your camea. Using reflections in glass or mirrors can help you to give a new prespective on things. Coffee shops, restaurants, and tall glass-sided buildings are brilliant set-ups for this. Don't get too focused on the reflection, sometimes the detail is whats beh...

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Timing is everything

Posted on 1 February, 2017 at 15:50 Comments comments (0)

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In photography, you can tackle things in two ways; The spray and pray method or by taking your time. For a not so fast paced situation, i would take my time and wait for the right moment where subject and light match.

I would reccoment by first finding a spot where light is goog and garanteed that y...

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Hip shooting

Posted on 1 February, 2017 at 15:40 Comments comments (0)

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While out and about, try giving the world a new perspective. Hold your camera by your hip as your subject walks by, or as you walk along. Don't woory about wonky images or blur lines, they may add for a creative image. I would not reccomend looking immediatly at your screen as it could draw attendion to you.

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Wire Wool Trails

Posted on 17 March, 2016 at 11:40 Comments comments (0)

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By dosing wire wool in something flamable, lighting it and swinging it around in circles can produce some amazing images. As the wool burns, it throws off burning embers, combined with a long exposure can leave some impressive light trails in a larg orb shape. Atach a handfull of wire wool to a length of rope, light the wool and spin in a lasoo motion. For your first shot, i would reccomend you try; A manual exposur...

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