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Richard Walker

Richard Walker is a landscape photographer based in Oxfordshire. See more of his photography on his website and follow him on social media with the tabs above.

8 Common Landscape Photography Mistakes Beginners Make

8 Common Landscape Photography Mistakes Beginners Make

If you are interested in landscape photography I’m sure you have read lots of “how to improve…” type articles, which are all useful in their own way. But often to get things right you need to analyse what you are doing wrong. With this in mind here are 8 common mistakes that can spoil a […]

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5 Amazing Apps That Every Photographer Should Have

5 Amazing Apps That Every Photographer Should Have

Once upon a time photography was in large part about remembering complicated rules and equations and a fair amount of luck. The more you knew of the equations and rules the less luck was involved but even if you knew it all you could still have your shoot ruined by unforeseen weather conditions. But the […]

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When To Shoot Black And White

When To Shoot Black And White

When I first started out on this road of endless expense that is photography I spent many hours musing over the merits of black & white. There is no doubt that sometimes a black & white photograph just looks right, but why? What is it that makes black & white sometimes just work better and […]

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The Single Most Important Element In Every Great Photograph And Why You Should Include It In Yours

The Single Most Important Element In Every Great Photograph And Why You Should Include It In Yours

Photographers are, at heart, exhibitionists. We crave people seeing our photographs and telling us how good they are, it gives us a warm fuzzy feeling and deep down and that’s why we do it. Whether you print and show to your friends or upload and share on Flickr or Facebook the one thing you want […]

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5 Ways To Improve Your Photography Without Touching Your Camera

5 Ways To Improve Your Photography Without Touching Your Camera

We’ve all been there. You’re clicking through the pages of a website like Light Stalking and you are bombarded with so many beautiful top quality images that you feel like giving up. A wave of pessimism comes over you as you convince yourself that you’ll never take a picture like that. Either that or you […]

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