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“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” ― J.K. Rowling This year has been remarkable in many ways. I was honoured to be nominated then voted into The 20 most influential Street Photographers for 2017 by Streethunter.net readers and friends. I decided there and then that I wanted to live upread more

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This may sound counter intuitive, but the worst weather can make the best images. When it’s raining, our first instinct is to protect our camera and stay dry. However, if you brave the elements you are more likely to get more interesting images. So what is so magical about a rainy day?.. I just love the reflections onread more

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“I begin with an idea and then it becomes something else. ” ― Pablo Picasso A good friend recently asked me, what makes a photograph transcend into Art? The best answer I had, “I know it when I see it”. But it got me thinking… I needed a better answer for him and for myself. There areread more

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Teresa Pilcher Photography by Teresa Pilcher - 10M ago

Everyone is familiar with the rule of thirds in Photography and Art, but there is a lesser known rule. The rule of odds or three, is not a rule as such, think of it as more of a guideline that allows us to make more interesting compositions. This is not to say that you can’t haveread more

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When out shooting street photography, often the most challenging element is to Isolate your Subject Photographically. Our minds can focus on one subject and eliminate distractions, but the camera will capture the entire scene. People, cars and rubbish bins all can create clutter and draw our eye away from your subject. However, there are a few strategies that canread more

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Gesture in Street Photography can be that essential element that can make an image more compelling.  Gesture can express emotions such as happiness, joy, sadness or loneliness. The most obvious gestures, when people are talking, they gesticulate, using their hands to express themselves, but it can also be as simple as a person smoking a cigarette. Body language can be justread more

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Teresa Pilcher Photography by Teresa Pilcher - 10M ago

Shape and Form are two of the most commonly misunderstood elements of composition in photography.  Again this idea is very simple but effective when used well. So what is the difference between Shape and Form?   Shape is simply the two-dimensional outline of an object or subject. Form is similar to shape but has three-dimensional aspect created by lightread more

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Teresa Pilcher Photography by Teresa Pilcher - 10M ago

We have just celebrated the start of a New Year and said farewell to 2016. Last year was a sad one, as we lost some amazing people. Artists, musicians and actors who have inspired me with their passion and genius. To be quite honest, it has made me look at life a bit differently. I grew upread more

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Teresa Pilcher Photography by Teresa Pilcher - 10M ago

“It’s an awful truth that suffering can deepen us, give a greater lustre to our colours, a richer resonance to our words.” ― Anne Rice This is a very simple idea.. Colour when used effectively can draw the viewer directly to a subject.  It can add to the story or be used to create a mood. So,read more

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Teresa Pilcher Photography by Teresa Pilcher - 10M ago

I must admit I am not the best traveller. Before I leave home, I often get nervous about the language, the currency, even if I will find my apartment when I first arrive. So when I was told that Shinjuku was a great location to stay in Tokyo,  I was unsure what it would beread more

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