e-PHOTOzine review the Alta Pro 2+ 263CGHT

CO UK e-PHOTOzine review the Alta Pro 2+ 263CGHT

"Overall, if you're a professional photographer or just someone who likes a lot of versatility in their kit then this is certainly going to fit the bill at a good price point. The extra leg angle compared with most tripods and the ability to tilt the centre column mean that the tripod can be set...

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e-PHOTOzine review the Alta Pro 2+ 263CGHT
16 Jan 19

e-PHOTOzine review the Alta Pro 2+ 263CGHT

"Overall, if you're a professional photographer or just someone who likes a lot of versatility in their kit then this is certainly going to fit the bill at a good price point. The extra leg angle compared with most tripods and the ability to tilt the centre column mean that the tripod can be set...

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London Mayor's New Years Eve Fireworks 2019 - Stewart Marsden
07 Jan 19

London Mayor's New Years Eve Fireworks 2019 - Stewart Marsden

"I’ve shot the London Fireworks display from a few good locations now and it has always been spectacular. But NOTHING compares to being front and centre and being engulfed in the light from the most awesome visual spectacle I have ever witnessed. For me, this is a bucket list shot well and truly ticked."- Stewart...

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Claim up to £50 CASHBACK with Alta Pro 2+ Tripods
06 Jan 19

Claim up to £50 CASHBACK with Alta Pro 2+ Tripods

Claim £30 CASHBACK on any Alta Pro 2+ Tripods Aluminium Tripod and £50 CASHBACK on any Alta Pro 2+ Tripods Carbon Fibre Tripod About the Alta Pro 2+Vanguard’s Alta Pro 2+ tripods have won multiple awards that include the TIPA Best Tripod 2017 and TIPA Best Tripod 2018, alongside a Red Dot Design Award 2017. Red...

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Photographing One of Scotland's Hardiest - The Mountain Hare - by Peter Lewis
26 Dec 18

Photographing One of Scotland's Hardiest - The Mountain Hare - by Peter Lewis

As the daylight starts to shorten in the coming Winter months, it’s an ideal time to photograph one of Scotland's hardiest animals, the Mountain Hare (Lepus Timidus).Over the last few years I have followed what is my favourite wildlife subject in Scotland. Why? Maybe it is the bond or respect for this animal that I...

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Photographing the 'Gilet Jaune' Paris Riots - by Martin Middlebrook
18 Dec 18

Photographing the 'Gilet Jaune' Paris Riots - by Martin Middlebrook

Martin Middlebrook describes how he came to be photographing the ‘Gilet Jaune’ riots and shares some learnings on how he stays safeIn 2011 I was in Kabul, and had spent time with the Afghan man I lived with, trying to get security information for an upcoming religious ceremony, which takes place across the Islamic world...

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In The Thick Of It - A Journey Through Sumatra - by James Stevens
11 Dec 18

In The Thick Of It - A Journey Through Sumatra - by James Stevens

It’s hard to escape the news from Indonesia of deforestation, poaching, palm oil and pet trades. I must admit, I thought this could be a place of lost hope. However, a message from Pungky Nanda Pratama, a conservationist working in the island of Sumatra, made me rethink. He told me of conservation actions that I...

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VANGUARD’S AWARD WINNING ALTA COLLECTION EXPLAINED
20 Nov 18

VANGUARD’S AWARD WINNING ALTA COLLECTION EXPLAINED

Vanguard’s Alta Collection is designed to offer the maximum performance and versatility, while being simple to use. This has resulted in three TIPA awards, two Red Dot Design awards and multiple 5-star reviews from magazines and photographers alike.Alta Pro 2+ TripodsAlta Pro 2+ tripods won the TIPA Best Tripod 2017 and TIPA Best Tripod 2018,...

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Macro Tips for Photographing Mushrooms - by Wild Lens Photography
08 Nov 18

Macro Tips for Photographing Mushrooms - by Wild Lens Photography

Macro Tips for photographing Mushrooms Macro tipsPerhaps my favourite things I like to photograph are mushrooms, toadstools and fungi. I have always been fascinated by these other worldly beings because of the diversity of shapes, sizes, textures and colours. They never fail to have me standing in awe at their simplicity and beauty, and for this...

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Mountain Photography Tips – by Matt Holland
26 Oct 18

Mountain Photography Tips – by Matt Holland

Matt Holland is a mild mannered multimedia designer during the week, but he heads outdoors at the weekends, typically the mountains to enjoy some mountaineering, scrambling, photography and time away. He has always had an interest for the outdoors and for the past 20 years I have been involved with Duke of Edinburgh Award, Scouts...

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