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From lens focal lengths and fill-flash to portraits, macro or stunning landscapes there are techniques for everyone. Learn how to use metering, considering composition and shoot everything from classic cars to derelict buildings. We also have 100s of easy to follow step by step photo editing tutorials.
David Clapp shows us how to adapt manual focus lenses for digital cameras.
Peter Bargh provides an all-inclusive guide to developing your first black and white film.
Peter Bargh explains how the budget concious can mix their own developing chemicals.
Learn how to fill the frame with a small bird that's just a dot to the naked eye. It's all done with a digital camera attached to a spotting scope.
Light is the basic substance that your camera captures or records. This article explains the primary elements that govern how much light reaches your camera and makes an image too light, too dark, or exposed correctly.
Mountaineer, diver, photographer, lecturer and author, Jack Jackson shares his wealth of experiences in this shark photography guide
One of the most fascinating and rewarding areas of photography is shooting close-up and macro studies. Small may be beautiful, but Steve Bavister shows you how to make it big. using photos by Peter Bargh.
Chris Burfoot continues his excellent guide to getting the best results from studio lighting.
Shooting different lengths in portraits affects how the image is composed and perceived, as Duncan Evans explains.
Are you bored with images that have plain, straight edges? John Pearson shows Photoshop users how to create interesting effects of their own using Layer Masks. The method provides control so that the effect can be bold or subtle according to taste.
Why is it when we go on holiday and need a passport photo we rely on that robot booth to churn out automated pictures at a tune of over £3 per shot? Peter Bargh shows you how to shoot, prepare and print pictures for your passport with ease.
Having a little knowledge about how the camera's shutter speed works can help you obtain pictures with more impact.
Peter Bargh explains how you can use the valuable Layer Mask option of Photoshop to make better colour changes and selections, in this step by step image editing technique.
See how a hand-held light meter will help you get better exposures, even if you are using a digital camera.
The famous high key effect is one of the most interesting, yet simple, effects you can achieve in digital photography
The eyes are one of the most important parts of a portrait, and usually the first thing we notice. Therefore, a small amount of enhancement on the eyes can go a very long way to producing a portrait with real zing.
Once you grasp the basic principles of focusing your photographs will take on a whole new depth.
Attaching a neutral density filter to your camera lens will bring you several benefits, as Peter Bargh explains.
Photoshop expert, Terry Steeley, kicks off the first of a new series of tutorials for ePHOTOzine that looks at how to watermark our digital images to protect them from being used without our consent.
Chris Burfoot AMPA shows us how to set up studio lighting.
There's more to A - Z than at first glance, as this article reveals.
Here's a quick tutorial which will show you how to use the Quick Mask Tool in Photoshop to make a selection.
Just because it's turning cold doesn't mean you can't still get outdoors with your camera and other gear.
Light is not always what it seems. Peter explains about colour temperature.
Make a new shop look old with the help of Photoshop.
Vignettes are a simple yet subtle way to guide the eye through a shot and here are four ways to create one.
Richard Ross shows how to apply those familiar camera exposure techniques in the darkroom
Learn how to make selections in Photoshop with the Quick Selection tool.
If you own, or have access to a darkroom, you could be using an enlarger to help improve your photographic composition. There is no substitute to a well composed picture in the first place, but often, through no fault of our own, we capture a picture on film that needs further help.
How to add warmth to an image in Photoshop Elements.
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