Don’t just stand there let’s get to it, strike a pose there’s nothing to it!

Don’t just stand there let’s get to it, strike a pose there’s nothing to it!

The biggest problem with starting a fashion and photography blog slap-bang in the middle of a stinkingly cold and wet winter is simple; the photography bit. Given that good photography is very much dependent on the quality of light available (be it natural or artificial), by far the biggest obstacle to getting decent images so far has been the weather.

So what if the light isn’t as great as you hoped it might be? The logical thing for most photographers would be to add artificial light; but what if you’re just out and about for the day taking some casual snaps?! (So many first world problems, so little time). As it happens we encountered this very situation recently when wandering the busy streets of London. So, nerd hats on everyone as we take a closer look at three simple fixes to help you get good pictures even when the light is less than perfect...

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