By: Infocus Photography & Video | October 23, 2018

Interested in learning more about Kikie Wilkins before his exhibition opens at our studio on 14 November 2018? He's written some great articles about photography and why and how he does what he does. This one is definitely worth a read:


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By: Infocus Photography & Video | October 18, 2018

Infocus Photography & Video is proud to present international film photographer Kikie Wilkins' first solo exhibition this summer.

Opening on 14 November 2018, Kikie's work "combines the elements of street photography with an engrained reverie for cultural and architectural monuments", and displays both the sedate monochrome of old and the riotous colour of new, all captured on a classic medium, film.

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By: Infocus Photography & Video | September 10, 2018

You know what we bring to your session? Generally two photographers, two to four cameras, flashes, reflectors, memory cards, spare batteries, lens cleaners, lens hoods, spare's like Mary Poppins' carpet [gear] bag.

You know what you need to bring to your session? Just yourself :) And if you have long hair, maybe a hair tie in case it gets windy - we want to see your face. Otherwise, just enjoy not having to carry a pile of stuff around with you for a change.

It's best to leave bags (handbags, nappy bags, etc.), purses, wallets, phones, sunglasses, etc. in the car or at home. Particularly for the guys, don't put your phone in your side/front pants pocket thinking it's out of sight - we can see the outline and depending on your out...

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By: Infocus Photography & Video | August 10, 2018

Often the first thing a non-photographer will notice about one of our images is the sharp subject in the foreground with a blurry background. If you're shooting with what we call a 'point and shoot' camera it can be difficult to achieve this, but with a dSLR you can create the background blur (called bokeh) quite simply.

If you're just starting out, try your hand with the 'A' mode on your dSLR. That's A for aperture, not auto!

Aperture is how wide the shutter will open when you take a shot. The wider the aperture, the more light that is let into the lens and the shallower your depth of field. A shallow depth of field is what will give you nice smooth bokeh.

The diagram below gives a better illustration of how depth of field works that we can e...

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By: Infocus Photography & Video | July 10, 2018

How many photos have you deleted because they're blurry? Thank goodness for digital, right? Remember the days of film where you'd only get one shot and if it was blurry, too bad, you didn't discover until sometimes weeks later?

There are different types of blur in photos, and you need to know what's causing it to know how to fix it.

Motion blur

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