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In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.
Learn how a few simple measures can keep your images from being illegally used.
Copyright is a recurring issue with photographers and a recent victim of copyright theft shares her story here.
Here are eight essential tips on using and storing memory cards.
Martin Jordan got his hands on the new Sony A55 and Sony A33 digital cameras.
We list our ten photography accessories we think photographers shouldn't be without.
Chris Burfoot beginners guide to studio lighting and why you might need it. This is part 1 or 4 parts - Enjoy!
We select the top 10 best pocket zoom cameras reviewed by ePHOTOzine - if you want 16 to 24x optical zoom in a compact camera then this article is for you.
Chris Burfoot continues his lighting guide with flashmeters and other lighting accessories
A roundup of the gadgets that will help you move really close to your subject. Words and pictures by Peter Bargh
We look at the digital camera market and pick out seven of the best waterproof cameras for underwater and water sport use.
Charles Islas gives an account of the pros and cons of the tiny digital cameras now available.
You may be aware that a polarising filter is one of the most useful additions to your camera kit, but there are a few things you need to decide before buying one. First thing you should know is that there are two varieties - linear and circular. Although they're both physically round, a linear variety can have an effect on the autofocus or metering accuracy of any camera that uses a semi-silvered mirror or prism to split the light entering the viewfinder.
David Toyne, ePHOTOzine's professional portfolio editor, catches up with the UK's leading wildlife photographer, Andy Rouse.
If you're looking for a photography bargain have a look at the deals available through My Voucher Code.
James Vellacott gives us an insight into the world of Page Three.
Welcome to the fifth part of the EPZ Beginner's Guide to Photography. In this section we are going to look at the various types of exposure metering such as zone, centre weighted and spot, and how the camera works out what the exposure needs to be.
We list the Photoshop techniques our members have checked out the most over the last year.
Over the next couple of weeks, sports photographer Chris Wallis will be reporting and photographing the Tour de France for ePHOTOzine. As each stage is complete, Chris will update this diary with details of life on the tour, with a selection of images of the event in progress.
The memory card reader is a useful device that connects to the computer's USB port, allowing images, music or video files to be uploaded from flash memory cards, without the need for the camera to be connected to the PC. In this buyer's guide Rebecca Bradley reviews nine of the latest readers on the market.
ePHOTOzine picks out ten recommended photography books released in 2012.
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