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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.
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Light & Land tour leader, Antony Spencer, takes a look at the reasons for going on one day workshops.
Steve Gosling tells us why he loves to capture landscapes without a lens.
A good tripod is an essential piece of kit for a landscape photographer.
Ian Andrews offers some advice on what to shoot in July and where to go to shoot it.
Martin Pettinger talks with Scotlands top landscape photographers, Craig McMaster, to ask him his thoughts on landscape photography, current projects as well as gaining tips on landscape photography.
Martin Pettinger shares his thoughts in the first of a new weekly series. This week concentrates on the importance of planning.
In the second of our weekly series of beginners's landscape articles, Martin Pettinger looks at how trying a different approach can improve your images.
Jon McGovern won the title of Young Landscape Photographer of the Year. Here he talks to ePHOTOzine about the awards and his life as a young landscape photographer.
Essential list of kit for a landscape photographer.
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.
Here are our favourite lenses from the past 12 months.
Don't know which free online editor is best for you? Have a read of our top ten list.
A new iPad App lets you create a digital photo album for your iPad.
Here are a few tips to help freelance photographers with the dull but essential task of invoicing.
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Here's part three of David Clapp's Outer Hebrides report.
David Clapp shares his love for Luskentyre and a set of sand dunes you have to photograph.
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