Creative Group

Websites of many different creative photographers, they may not be to your taste but they may inspire or give you ideas.

 

http://www.evapolak.com

This is the site that I first found and which started my interest. There is much free material on the site and several online challenges/courses some free.

https://digital-photography-school.com/conceptual-contrast-photography/

This article is interesting and suggests ways of finding tension/interest in relatively ordinary situations.

For dark evening browsing and inspiration flick through some of these.

https://nickigwynnjones.zenfolio.com/

FRPS her site has lots of different interesting images many have won awards.

https://www.carolemmas.com/news

From Oxton she sees landscapes and shapes in rust, wood, old textures doe lots of photography at Lower Heswall.

http://marianthilainas.com/galleries/

This lady is one of our speakers later in the season. Look at her work as much of it is local.

http://beatamoore.co.uk

Look at Sand patterns for inspiration

https://www.lindawevillphotography.com

There is so much to look at on this site –

http://www.cherylhamer.com/

look at images 7-11 on this site.

https://www.markreevesphotography.co.uk/

Mark is great with Abstract Creative looking at the detail.

http://abstractedreality.com/jane-trotter/

Jane Trotter Abstracted Reality – sells to interior designers

 

HOW TO DO ICM AND ME IN CAMERA

http://www.dougchinnery.com/tag/how-to/

There are 3 comprehensive videos showing how Doug Chinnery uses different techniques in his landscape photography. They have material and demonstations of technique and the 3rd some of the editing used.

* Creative landscape photography – what do we mean?

* How to achieve intentional camera movement

* What techniques are there for intentional camera movement

* What compositions work for this

Much of his more recent tutorials require in camera edits that are only found in the most complex high end cameras.

https://www.baileychinnery.com

e.g. Light dark multiple image blending, the ability to change white balance whilst shooting a sequence, but the website shows you the potential even if it is not to your liking.

I am listing some info for different camera brands as a starting point: 

Nikon Owners

https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/technique/camera_skills/master-your-nikon-multiple-exposures-63771

Canon

https://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/education/infobank/digital_camera_features/multiple_exposure_shooting.do

https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/multiple-exposure-canon-5d-mk-iv/

http://www.cfriel.com/onlandscape-co-uk-multiple_exposure_photography.pdf

 

Olympus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8vNBuov4DU

Sony scroll down to the Multiple exposure App info

https://www.thephoblographer.com/2015/08/18/7-extra-features-sony-cameras-can-do-through-apps/

http://www.cfriel.com/onlandscape-co-uk-multiple_exposure_photography.pdf