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Black and white documentary photography on the beach in Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast – a photographers dream landscape

By Catherine Gil / September 19, 2018

Things I did know before going: It was nearing the end of the summer and we were going to South West Wales. We needed a holiday. There would be more blue flag beaches in Pembrokeshire alone than candles on my son’s birthday cake (he would be turning 10). I would relish the opportunity to get…

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child using manual photography to take a photograph of a flower

Teaching manual photography to children

By Catherine Gil / April 24, 2018

Why teach your child to master the art of manual photography? Teaching manual photography to children is a great way to combine mastering technology with the great outdoors. The process of learning photography outside will not only immerse your children in nature; but foster an independence and confidence that comes through creativity and artistic ownership.…

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Dog photography – my top technical tips

By Catherine Gil / April 24, 2018

I love photographing dogs on their own, with other dogs, and within family shoots. Dog photography involves being ready to capture the action (as well as the quieter moments) as and when it happens. The element of a totally spontaneous creature with boundless energy takes creativity to a new level – and when shooting in…

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Black and white family photograph of two siblings and their pet Viszla

A journey into conscious parenting

By Catherine Gil / March 22, 2018

The thing is, it doesn’t matter how much you try to shield your kids from divorce, they will feel the fallout. Unless as parents, you are able to work together during this volatile period, the reality is an uphill struggle for the primary caregiver to remain the constant in the midst of the storm. Worse…

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