Hello, my name is Robyn and I'm a blogger, mommy, children's photographer and photography coach, living in West Midlands, England. In this blog you'll find my photos, inspiration and tutorials. I created this blog to help you create photos and wall art that you love.

Composition Guide Part 2
Composition

Basic Composition Rules – Part 1

Which rules you need to learn and how to know when to break them. There are many composition rules within photography and luckily photographer’s use the term rules very loosely. Most of these are great starting guidelines, a brief introduction to the many compositional rules within photography. To help you

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Train your eye
Learning Photography

Training your eye – Part 2

If you haven’t read Part 1. Stop and pop back and read it. It’ll be worth it. Many people believe that training your photographic eye can only come with time and practice. Like many skills out there is needs to be developed. Want to see the difference between a trained

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Training your eye guide- Part 1
Learning Photography

Training your eye- Part 1

Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter LinkedIn What does having a photographic eye actually mean? When you think about what makes a good photographer? Many people believe it to with the ability to use expensive gear. A while expensive gear certainly helps. If you give anyone a beautiful camera that doesn’t mean

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First day back to school photo
Autumn Photography

7+ Creative and Easy First Day at School Photo Ideas

Summer is over and the learning season is beginning. While I know for many of you the back to school season is filled with dread of needing to find that perfect shade of their school uniform without passing out at the cost, but for me I’ve always loved the back

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Being a photographer is something that I enjoy every day, but it is also something that I have learned a lot doing. Patience, living in the moment, learning to persevere are all things that photography has taught me and much more. There’s a lot more to taking great photos than just good lighting and composition (although they matter too!) – click to read more! #photography #photographylessons #takingphotos #photographybusiness
Inspiration

What photography has taught me?

We dwell for so long on what we need to learn about photography, whether it be the settings, compositions, techniques. Today, I want to flip it and look at what photography has taught me in return. Patience Photography is all about timing. It’s about waiting for the right moment and

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Photography Gear

Everything you need to know about camera filters!

You love you camera, and you’ve finally got your head around the basics, but now there’s all these different accessories and you don’t know your ND filters from your skylights. Worse still there seems to be a lot of confusion about what each filter is called. Just to confuse you

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Photography Gear

My Gear 2.0

This post contains affiliate links. If you’d like to know more, Affiliate Disclosure I mean business! Hiding my camera in a pretty bag. My Lowepro Runner 450AW is my go to place. It keeps everything nice and safe and I know it has everything in there including the kitchen sink.

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Inspiration

How to find the right mentor

I’ve been putting off getting a photography mentor because it’s an additional cost and I doubted how effective a mentor would be on my photography. I believe that you should never stop learning, but I already know the basics and I was worried that I’d be repeating the same old

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10 Wishes for my Child

Today, I was going to tell you my top 10 wishes for Jack. Nothing particular unique about wanting your child to be happy and healthy, I know. But this morning at 8:44 I got a call that literally threw my day upside down. I went from having a relaxing chilled

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Preparing for your photoshoot

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Want to capture that super sweet moment, without everyone ending up in tears?

Learn how to get the most out of your photo session even if you’ve got kids who refuse to sit still or even look at a camera in the first place, with this printable session planner & checklist.

  • Avoid wasting your session and ONLY capturing ugly side of motherhood
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