Hey guys, I hope you're all well. I've started uni again which is going well - I'll be working on a magazine project this term which will include design, photography, writing. Pretty excited to get started, and to broaden my skills.
Being back at uni means less time for blogging, though (which has been going a bit slow recently anyway), so I've decided to mix things up a bit for the start of the year.
I still want to share my tips and tricks with you, and give you advice on photography related topics - as long as it helps even just one person I'm happy. But, I want to change the way I go about it. Instead of me coming up with advice topics to share with you, I want to give you the chance to ask your questions. It's hard to know what you're struggling with, so my advice posts might not even be helpful and related to your problems. Let me know what you want to know, and what you want to learn about. I can't always promise to have a perfect answer straight away, but I'll certainly try my very best to give you an answer.



  1. Ooh...your uni project sounds really great! :) I've been enjoying all of your photography tips, since I just learned how to use a 35mm last year and am currently learning how to shoot with my digital camera manually - any tips on that would be cool! (like my elusive foe, white balance!). In camera effects are cool, too - like double exposures and using magnifying glass filters and stuff...things I've been meaning to try. :) Good luck with your classes!

    1. Thanks, Michelle! I appreciate it.
      For a start I think exposure is the most important thing to learn to be able to photograph in manual mode. I wrote a series on that, which you find here
      This is the summary, you'll find more links to exposure related posts right at the top of this post.

      Here's a little post I did touching on white balance.

      I will keep your idea in mind - thank you for letting me know.
      I hope for now the posts I mentioned will help! :) x