Phototalk With Stylonylon 06

Phototalk With Stylonylon 06

In this week’s episode I discuss shooting in black and white with photographer Jay McLaughlin in order to improve your photography skills and Henri Cartier Bresson’s ‘the decisive moment’. We also answers the following questions: Prime or zoom? What’s the best lens for travel photography? And whether to go for the 17mm or 25mm lens, […]

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Phototalk With Stylonylon 05

Phototalk With Stylonylon 05

In this week’s podcast episode fashion photographer Jay McLaughlin and I answer your Insta Live questions – including why your video is coming out darker than your photos, how to handle switching from using a portrait prime lens to a wide angle one – as well as looking at landscape and light photography wisdoms and addressing […]

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Phototalk With Stylonylon 04

Phototalk With Stylonylon 04

This week fashion photographer Jay McLaughlin (who will be a regular monthly guest!) and I cover the questions you’ve sent in (the first steps to getting commercial work, inspiration for taking photographs that are not people and polarising filters!) and get stuck into debunking common photography ‘mistakes’ – shooting at the wrong time of day, […]

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Phototalk With Stylonylon 03

Phototalk With Stylonylon 03

This week I have special guest Olympus photographer Jay McLaughlin on board getting into the finer details of light metering! So if you’ve ever wondered when to use spot metering or what the difference is between centre weighted or partial weighted metering we’ve got you covered! Find Jay on Instagram @jaymclaughlin and he will be […]

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Phototalk With Stylonylon 02

Phototalk With Stylonylon 02

Keep the questions coming! This week you asked: What do you think of when composing a photograph? Why are my shots coming out yellow? How do you shoot an object in front of a window without it looking too dark? What’s the best way to shoot dark and moody shots? Olympus Pen versus Canon? What do you think of the Olympus 30mm macro lens? wdvefaz

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