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Sydney Workshop announced Feb 2012

Dates for my Exploring Photography workshop in Sydney are set for 10 and 11 February. I only run 2 or 3 of these workshops a year, so act fast and let me know if you’re interested in attending. More info […]

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Daily Photo

Here are just 2 ideas to help get you out and shooting more. 1. Shoot a daily photo. Something, anything, inside your own backyard. For example, check out Aquabumps. Ok, perhaps an extreme example, but you’ve gotta start somewhere. Aquabumps […]

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Shooting your backyard!

As I sit here in the headquarters (!) of Stu Harris Photography, in beautiful Tasmania, I’m reminded that I did not get up this morning and shoot the sunrise, nor am I out right now with my camera. Why is […]

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What lens?

I’m not going to contradict my last post. Really. Today’s post is all about technique. What is the best lens to use? This depends on what you’re shooting. The basics… Go wide if you’re shooting a landscape of architecture (24-28mm), […]

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It’s not all about the equipment

I’ve hear too many people get too stuck into what equipment they’ve got or what they’d like to buy. Sure, I’ve probably been guilty of camera envy too, but when it really comes down to it I have to agree […]

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