How do you know when your composition is right, and when to press the shutter? I am never sure if I'm getting the best shot?
Katie Johnson, Brisbane Australia and many others!
My yoga teacher asked whether I could take some pictures of her for her website. But when I did she didn't like the way some of her poses looked. I have offered to take some more but am scared she's not going to like these either. Please help!
E.J. Brighton, UK
Why do you use 800 ISO and shoot jpegs, when on so many websites for beginners everyone says to shoot raw, and to keep the ISO down?
Pam Thorburn, Edinburgh UK
You always seem to use your trusty 70-200mm f2.8 lens, and I love mine too, but people on forums keep saying that I should use primes because "that is what the pro's use".
J.M. Jersey, Channel Islands
How do I photograph family shots with a tiny baby, under 4 months old & unable to support it's own head?
Wendy Sykes, York UK
One thing I just can't understand - how can everything be in focus (in landscape photography) at say F16 - F22 but yet recently when I was shooting a landscape in low light someone told me to go to way lower F/nr than F16 as "there's no need to be up there, you need more light now" - I thought the lower the F/nr the less detail in the photo would be in focus so why would I want that for a landscape shot?
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