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Exciting things...

We have been a bit quiet on the blog front recently and we apologise to our millions(!) 👀 of fans who regularly check and have been disappointed :-)  We have been working away on lots of new and exciting things and we will fill you all in shortly with more details.  In the meantime, although our bloggers may be slacking, our production team are still working flat out offering you the best premium panoramic canvases and prints around.  Follow us on socials to keep up to date on everything going on and for the latest updates, tips and offers.

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The Great Panoramic Sale - 10 Days Remaining!

If you haven't had a chance to snap up one of our 38x8 Panoramic Canvases, now is the time to do it. For the next 10 days only we are offering our exquisitely made, ultra high quality printed panoramic canvases for only £49, reduced from our normal retail (and frankly, still cheap bang for buck wise) price of £69! [caption id="attachment_1378" align="aligncenter" width="1065"] Customer examples of our Canvas Panoramic Prints[/caption] And, with all our products, free shipping is included as standard (for UK mainland) So, if you want to make your pad look absolutely top dollar, then there's never been a better time to do it. Photos taken using your camera phone set to panoramic code turn out superbly onto...

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How to Take Great Cityscape Photos

People are drawn to cities. People like to congregate and people like to build. The upshot of this is that as photographers, we have incredible photo opportunities both in the rural areas, where there is no sign of civilization and the stark contrast with a towering and bustling cityscape photo. As well as being homes to many people, businesses and cultures, cities are packed full of energy, vitality and power, and if take the right photo you can capture all of this. Mood Factors The ultimate factor that encapsulates the feel of a cityscape is the time of day the photograph is captured. Early morning cityscapes often give off a feeling of calm and peace (as long as it’s before...

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The Line Between "Naff" Personalised Gifts and Chic Personalised Gifts

Christmas is nearly upon us and time is fast running out to grab a present. The problem is, every year we end up giving away presents that we're not always happy with (well, I do anyway), that is unless you are more the receiving type, and giving gifts isn't your thing. The digital age has given rise to downloadable products, cheaper material goods and ultimately a much harder decision when it comes to buying presents for friends & loved ones. Unlike the 1980's where people were clambering through catalogues, seeking objects of desire, now, most people download or buy the things they want, at the time they want it, leaving present opportunities a little thin on the ground. So how...

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Creating Amazing iPhone Photos

Phone cameras these days pack one hell of a punch, and the latest incarnation of Apple’s iPhone is no exception. It has an 8 Mega Pixel sensor an fstop aperture of 2.2 and what Apple call “Focus Pixels” which enables the camera to focus faster, essentially by processing more information in a shorter space of time. It’s common these days to see phone originated photos in press, the media and even used on TV. In fact many of the images you see shared or in the paper today are captured by amateurs who happened to be in the right place at the right time, rather than professional photographers with large SLR cameras. But what about when you intentionally want to...

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