Ted's Blog

Your camera is not a gun and it doesn’t have to be used as a point and shoot.
Back button focusing takes time to adjust to, but once mastered, it becomes very natural to think about your focus and shooting separately. ...  Read More
As a wedding and portrait photographer seeking out emotion within my subjects is critical to my image making.
With practice I have established a few strategies that allow me to tap into the emotional side of my subjects and capture them in the most authentic way possible.

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Freelensing is a nifty technique that you can use with any of your existing lenses to create magical blurred effects, as well as enabling you to control focus from front to back: something that it not normally possible to achieve without a purpose-made tilt-shift lens. ...  Read More
Get to know our Masters - next up we talk to Sushine Coast based photographer Andrew Peacock ...  Read More
Shooting a wedding is like running a marathon… if marathons included huge bewildering obstacles, heckling marshals, constantly changing surface conditions, ‘Uncle Bob’ runners incessantly questioning you about your running gear, and the pressure of knowing that the result of your run will directly impact the lives of others for decades to come. ...  Read More