Chris Nicholson

Photographer

How I became more creative in late-2018

Being creative is something that I have always struggled with since the days in High School trying to draw in art class. To my disappointment, my younger self did not decided to take art as a higher study, that has […]

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Fujifilm X100t review – A year and a half on

A year and a half on To be honest the Fujifilm X100 series of cameras changed my stubbornness against the quality of mirrorless cameras. Going from the original X100 to the X100t was quite a jump, moving from the Bayer […]

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Worldwide Photowalk Day in Glasgow

  The day was a success, I would like to first of all, thank Scott Kelby and his team for organising such a great platform for such walks to take place. I was quite surprised many attendees turned up for […]

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Planning a route

This is something when I started Street Photography, I didn’t consider as much. I now realize this can determine the amount of successful photographs you end up with at the end of the day. Choosing an effective route that has […]

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35mm focal length

The 35mm focal length is one of the popular options as a street photographer, the traditional 50mm focal length will be a cheap option if you are starting out and to be honest quite a lot of street photographers like […]

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Podcast 005 – I changed my mind

Sorry about the delay since the last podcast, as the title says I have changed my mind. I explain what I have changed my mind about in the podcast. Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk 2018 LINK

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Being comfortable

Being comfortable is very important as a Street Photographer, not only on your feet. Having comfortable shoes/trainers is a good start this will allow you to walk for longer and if needed go down a bumpy road, if you have […]

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New gear does not matter

In some genres of photography, newer more modern equipment may make you a better photographer due to the advances in technology. Doing street photography this does not apply, it all comes down to what you prefer in your hands and […]

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Composition: Rule of Thirds

“Rule of Thirds” is a compositional technique that has been used for many years and, if used correctly, can really enhance the qualities of your photograph by positioning your subject(s) to either the left or right side of the frame. […]

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk 2018

Hello Everyone, I would like to invite you to my photowalk for the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk on the 6th of October. It’s totally free to sign up, so if you want a good day out with other like-minded photographers […]

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