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So… not really a “blog”, a word I positively abhor and find very pretentious. But I’ve yet to come up with a better one for this section, which would sum up the contents in an equally succinct manner… But whatever the name, I trust you’ll enjoy the content and find it useful!

Technically almost everything we see, and our cameras capture, is reflected light. Unless we happen to be looking straight into a light source. So I am referring to something more specific in the "magic of reflected light". Perhaps you could call it secondary reflected light...Hallowe'en sunset at the churchyard in Rusper.A stocky bright church tower …
If you've ever tried to photograph a woodland, you'll know that it's not easy to do it justice in a still image. Woods and forests are visually busy environments. And that often makes carving meaningful compositions out of them a challenge. Moreover, if you try to shoot in direct sunlight, harsh patchy contrast makes things …
I often get confused looks when I ask my audiences, photography workshops guests or just friends interested in photography - do you know what "blue hour" is? I'll try to explain what it means in this article, as it is one of my favourite lighting scenarios for landscape photography. First what Blue Hour isn't... It's not a fancy …