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Welcome to RyanPhotography, we hope you enjoy viewing our latest blog posts and please feel free to comment.  Photography for us isn't just a hobby it is a passion.  Learning new techniques in processing as well as learning how to photograph different objects is something we thoroughly enjoy.   For us, Photography is our way of getting out and about... we love to visit stately homes as well as formal gardens.  We photograph a broad range of subjects, including landscapes, flowers and architectural buildings. However, portrait photography is not in our forte... perhaps it is something we might consider doing once we become more confident and experienced in our photography skills.

Country roads… take me home

This photograph was taken by St Margaret’s Church in High Halstow, near Rochester, Kent and composed of 6 photos at different exposures.  I then merged them in Photomatix and added an autumn tone to the picture, by using a preset in Photomatix and once the photograph was re-imported back to Lightroom I then adjusted the …

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Daffodil buds…

As we ventured around Ightham Mote the other weekend… my usual lens (which I love) was making my camera feel so heavy that it was playing havoc with my arthritis so the only thing to do was to change to a much lighter lens.. so I opted for my nifty fifty lens..  and one of …

Power of Lightroom…

The above photograph was taken at North Greenwich overlooking the River Thames towards Canary Wharf… and it was one of our very first night time photography shoots we did.  At the moment I am battling a PMR Flare-up and finding it difficult to move yet alone hold a camera… so our photography outings are very, very …

Bodiam Castle

One of the very first places we visited when we started to take up photography was Bodiam Castle in East Sussex.  It is a lovely place to visit and the steam train leaves Bodiam for Tenterden very regular… so whilst visiting Bodiam you can also have a nice train ride. When processing a photo, I …

Wooden Bridge

One of the places that we love to visit is Sheffield Park Gardens, and since the car park changes at Wakehurst Place, it seems Sheffield Park Gardens has a hell of a lot more visitors than we’ve ever seen before. As you stroll around the wooded area of the park you come across little wooden …