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Win a Fine Art Inspirational Print of Your Choice

Hi

I have just launched a competition to Win an Inspirational Print of your choice from my website. It is mounted and singed and is approximately 20″ x 16″, including the mount.

The Winner will be able to pick an image from the galleries on the website and it will shipped out to them.

The competition is open Worldwide.

The prize is worth £75 GBP (approximately $125 USD).

No purchase necessary.

For details of the competition, please click on the link below.

http://www.gregorygoldston.com/winaprint.html

You can also Follow me on Twitter and Become a Fan on Facebook.

Have a great day.

Greg Goldston

 

 

Inspirational Card of the Day Reading

I have just launched my Inspirational Card of the Day Reading on my main website.

http://www.gregorygoldston.com/cardoftheday.htm

 

It has some fo my favourite images, as well as uplifting words.

 

The reading is completely free and you can use it as often as you like.

 

You can also sign up to receive a Weekly Inspiration Card by email. In the emails, I tell you more about each of the places and what inspired me to take the photographs.

 

You can also buy the pictures as mounted prints, if you would like to do that.

 

I hope you like the reading.

 

Greg Goldston

 

 

Welcome to Greg Goldston Photography Blog

Here I will be posting articles to help you get the most out of your camera, whether that is a Compact Camera or a DSLR camera.

 

I will be offering tips and tricks of the trade. I will be posting some of my photographs, along with explanations as to what I did with my camera to achieve those effects. You will be able to see what worked, and perhaps more importantly, what did not work!

 

I am a firm believer that great photographs are created and taken “in camera” and should need only minimal, if any, work from Photoshop.

 

You can easily take great photographs with whatever type of camera you have.  Some of the best photos can be taken, once you understand the functions and settings of your camera – in other words, once you get “off auto.”

 

I would be very interested in what you would find most useful to know, to help you to take fantastic photographs.

 

Please send me your comments.

Greg Goldston