Author Archives: Phil Maddocks

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5 Things I am Doing to Improve My Photography in 2019

It’s a brand-new year and the perfect time to begin thinking how 2019 can be the best year yet. If you are anything like me, you’ve probably put a lot of thought in to this already.

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My Top 7 Photographs of 2018

And just like that, another year has gone by! 2018 was a pretty good year for me and my photography. I travelled to some amazing places and even had the opportunity to tick a few […]

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7 Tips for Building an Engaged Following on Instagram

As a photographer, Instagram is likely to be one of the main ways of sharing your photography with the world. But building a large and engaged following is no easy feat. Sure, you could buy […]

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How I Photographed the Milky Way (Part 2)

Welcome to the second part of this guide on how I photographed the Milky Way. If you haven’t read the first part of this guide I would recommend you do so before reading this. In […]

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7 Things I Learnt From Photographing New York From a Helicopter

If you follow me on Instagram, you’d have seen recently that I ventured over the pond to New York for a long overdue holiday (they’ll be more on this in a later post). Not wanting […]

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How I Photographed the Milky Way (Part 1)

Have you ever seen those amazing photos of the Milky Way and thought “how would you photograph something like that?”. As soon as I got my first DSLR I asked the same question. Turns out […]

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How I Chose My First Camera

Choosing your first camera is a very difficult decision to make, or at least it was for me. I lost count of how many reviews I read and how many forums I visited hoping that […]

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