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Tips for great wedding photography in wet weather

  They do say it’s good luck for it to rain on your wedding, but we’re not entirely convinced! Don’t get us wrong, rain is a wonderful thing – especially when Melbourne is often so short of the wet stuff – but in most people’s dreams about their wedding day it’s a brilliantly clear blue…

Great tips for achieving bokeh effect in your own photos

Some great tips here achieving the bokeh effect with your own photography – tips for DLSR and pocket camera users! Read the whole feature here: http://www.robertsdonovan.com/?p=702 Edited text from above feature: Bokeh (pronounced: “boke-aay” or “boke-uh”- I prefer the latter) is the out of focus or blurry areas of a photograph. Wikipedia has a much…

Tips for best ISO for low noise on Canon 5DmkII

Whilst I’ve got the attention of the camera nerds, here is something else that might be of interest if you’ve had to shoot in a dark church or venue – noise – and how to keep it to a minimum. Click here to find out how to reduce iso noise when taking wedding photos in…

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