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.
Here's some things you should know about digital zoom before choosing a digital or advanced compact.
- 21 Jan 2014
Peter Bargh explains what polarising filters are and how they work.
- 7 Jan 2002
Learn how to create a ragged frame that can be added to any image.
- 1 Mar 2010
You've taken the pictures now add a little bit of colour to your incense smoke images in Photoshop.
- 3 Mar 2010
Tone mapped HDR images are rarely perfect when the HDR program finishes with them. They can look flat, lack overall contrast, and can suffer from artifacts, ghosting and halos. Ferrell McCollough of www.beforethecoffee.com explains how to correct such problems.
- 2 Oct 2007
Robin Whalley shows us how to create an infrared landscape in Photoshop.
- 22 May 2012
Panoramas are easier than you think! You don't even need a special tripod head.
- 25 Mar 2010
Robin Whalley shows you how to convert your boring landscapes into monochrome masterpieces.
- 17 Feb 2011
Good equipment and technical knowledge are both important to taking strong wildlife photographs, but there are also a great many ways of improving your results that have less to do with cutting edge technology than with how you look through your lens, explains wildlife expert, Ariadne Van Zandbergen.
- 5 Jan 2001
Long exposure landscapes don't just have to be of the sea as Karl Taylor explains.
- 14 Apr 2010
Over the next three articles Dr Mike Ware describes three iron-based processes - new cyanotype, argyrotype and platino-palladiotype. They have the same working methods so, to avoid repetition, the equipment, materials and handling procedures you will need are described here first.
- 9 Jan 2001