Entries by Helen @ RenoufDesign

Day 6 – Nifty 50 – Low Light

This mornings dog walk was the only time today I would have had the chance to take a photo… it was overcast, damp and I choose a woodland walk… Photo 1: ISO 1600, F8 and 0.4secs – I focused on the 2nd barbed wire spike, with the idea of seeing the line of wire stretching […]

Day 5 – Interior Photography

For my work with Renouf Design, I sometimes have the privilege of visiting people’s home and businesses offering them advice and photographing their property to promote it in local advertising on local web sites like Explore the New Forest for example. Today I was invited to visit and photograph a brand new B&B that is […]

Day 4 – my running challenge

Today I was doing my first 10k of the year, I started running in 2014 and ideally in 2015 I would like to raise £500 for Kleine Levin Syndrome – the condition my son has run a 10k in under an hour run the Great South Run Today was my first running event of 2015 […]

Day 3 – Nifty 50 F stops and Aperture

One again this morning I am in Aperture priority mode on my Canon camera and I am going to look at F-stops to help enhance my own understanding. For this morning’s exercise I have manually focused the camera on the satsuma which was balanced on a mirror, and set the ISO to 100 – I […]

Day 2 – Nifty 50

Not sure I was going to get a photo today – but took the camera and the nifty 50 with me on the dog walk and with that in mind I thought I would try and photograph something then I can fill the frame with and yet enhance some small detail by using the depth […]

Future Challenges

If I am stuck for ideas in future Emma Davies has posted some ideas for a 30 day challenge – there is a whole list of different photos to try and take and it is a place to start it I am looking for inspiration or am suck for an idea … there are all […]

Day 1 -1st Challenge – Nifty 50!

I have a 50mm 1:1.8 Canon Lens – A nifty 50 which I brought to use with my Canon EDS60D DSLR and I really do not know what to do with it or how to use it properly… I know it is a fixed lens with great control over its depth of field, but I […]