My Perth photography Blog

Welcome to my Blog, Please take the time to read a few posts.
I just LOVE doing photography in Perth but i also love to write about photography. I have done a number of posts about how to use your camera and i always welcome feedback :)

The rule of thirds – Better photography

The rule of thirds – Better photography

Ask any photographer for a basic composition advice and they’ll tell you to use the … Rule Of Thirds, Bro. Rule of Thirds? Rule of Thirds. The Rule of Thirds. What does it mean? Where does it come from? Is it really a rule at all? The Rule of Thirds is one of the most […]

Depth of field

Depth of field

Perth Photography Welcome to Perth Photography Tutorials where today we’re going to be taking an in depth look at depth of field. Now, depth of field is extremely important for photographers. Why? Because it adds a whole new world of creativity for you if you understand it. Now, depth of field can be a complex […]

Step up your photography game

Step up your photography game

Perth Photography tips and tricks Get the best angle Five things to instantly step up your photo game. Here we go, let’s get rolling, let’s get right into it. Number one, angles. No more hip shots or blind fire. We’re gonna think about this. Angles are huge, instead of just pulling out your camera and […]

Perth photographer – 10 Tips

Perth photographer – 10 Tips

10 tips for been the best Perth photographer I wanted to put together a quick blog explaining some steps that you can take to become a better photographer to ultimately do the best perth photography that you can be. Now, these steps are gathered from my own experience of the past 10 years of doing […]

Understanding Composition Tips from Perth Western Australia

What is┬áComposition Imagine purchasing a book and opening it only to find the pages were out of order, the text was in hard to read places, and the story rambled on in no particular direction. Well, that’s exactly the same as a badly composed imaged. Composition, everybody’s heard of if. What is it? Composition is […]

5 Mistakes I Made When I Started Photography

5 Mistakes I Made When I Started Photography

Today, I want to talk to you about the five mistakes I made when I started doing Perth photography. I want to give you some tips so hopefully you don’t make the same mistakes I did. Before I get started here, I just want to point out these are only five of the mistakes I […]

Take better photos with 3 simple questions

Take better photos with 3 simple questions

How to dramatically improve your photography Lets start asking a few simple questions that can dramatically improve your photography. It seems that the most common questions people in Perth have is, “So often my photos come out looking like very bad snapshots. I seem to be unable to remake the vision that’s in my head […]

5 Tips on why you should turn off the AUTO setting

5 Tips on why you should turn off the AUTO setting

Both amateur and professionals photographers usually have their camera’s AUTO setting turned on all the time. Why? Because it makes it easy to look back at photos you’ve just taken and make sure everything turned out perfectly. But lately, more people are turning off their camera’s AUTO setting. It may sound scary, but it’s actually […]

Perth Photography – Detailed guide to taking your camera off auto

Perth Photography – Detailed guide to taking your camera off auto

What your need to run this photography test yourself, A Camera, A dimmer swich for lighing, a fan and some detailed objects in the background Shutter speed, aperture, ISO and light When doing photography you must remember the relationship between shutter speed, aperture, ISO and light. They are all connected to each other and adjusting […]

Things Most PHOTOGRAPHERS Get WRONG!

The sweet spot All lenses have different levels of sharpness depending on the F-stop that you use. There is a common misconception that lenses are sharpest at F8, in reality this is simply not true. I test every lens I own and in my experience lens tend to be sharpest at F4 or so. I […]