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Business: How I Protect My Images & Ensure My Clients Exclusivity

Protecting one's photographs is a vital part of a professional photographers job in today's 'digital age'. When I licence or sell an image to a client, they trust that I will continue to honour our agreement. That is why I am an ImageRights Pro subscriber.

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Review: Lowepro ProTactic 450AW

My opinion of the Lowepro's ProTactic Backpack and how it compares to the Lowepro DSLR Video Pack 350AW.

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Feature: Roddy Child-Villiers

In memory of my late uncle, Roddy Child-Villiers. A keen photographer and a constant source of inspiration for me and my work.

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Auction: Global White Lion Protection Trust

On Thursday the 5th of March 2015, three photographs were auctioned in aid of the Global White Lion Protection Trust.

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Welcome To The New FCVPhotography Website!

Finally, it's here! A complete website redesign in collaboration with the amazing designers at Internet Dreams Studio. Are we happy? How was the experience?

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Tutorial: What is Aperture?

Basics of Photography Part 1. Regardless of what camera you are using, it is important to realise that photography is fundamentally built around three core principles: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. If you can get you head around what these are and how they work, you’ll be well on your way.

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Tutorial: What is Depth Of Field?

Basics of Photography Part 2. Regardless of what camera you are using, it is important to realise that photography is fundamentally built around three core principles: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. If you can get you head around what these are and how they work, you’ll be well on your way.

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Tutorial: What is Shutter Speed?

Basics of Photography Part 3. Regardless of what camera you are using, it is important to realise that photography is fundamentally built around three core principles: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. If you can get you head around what these are and how they work, you’ll be well on your way.

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Tutorial: What is ISO?

Basics of Photography Part 4. Regardless of what camera you are using, it is important to realise that photography is fundamentally built around three core principles: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. If you can get you head around what these are and how they work, you’ll be well on your way.

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