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.
Anyone can take a picture of a person but to take a really great picture of someone takes practice, patience and a little bit of know how. We spoke to three professional portrait photographers to see what tips they have for taking better portraits. Here's part one.
- 6 Jan 2009
Tony Shapps of the WideScreen Centre provides an insight into the fascinating world of 3-D, or Stereoscopy
- 4 Jan 2002
Here are some basic tips to consider before you next hit the shutter.
- 3 Mar 2015
The effect of blurring the non-critical parts of an image helps separate the main subject from the rest of the foreground and background that might otherwise be found as distracting. Anthony Moringello shows us how to digitally create depth-of-field.
- 11 Jun 2008
Windows XP comes with a small program called Windows Movie Maker that most photographers may not have realised could be a useful tool. Peter Bargh shows you how it can be used as great tool for creating fun slide shows.
- 17 Jan 2008
Sending pictures by email is easy with a tiny amount of computer knowledge
- 30 Nov -0001
Here's a round up of some of the top insect macro talent we have on site, in no particular order.
- 27 Sep 2012
Pack up the car and head for the coast with your compact camera for some beach photography.
- 26 Jul 2014
Michael Bates does a little bit of gardening in Paint Shop Pro X2 to make the surroundings of his photograph better.
- 2 Sep 2008
See how a hand-held light meter will help you get better exposures, even if you are using a digital camera.
- 27 Nov 2011
Michael Bates shows us how to remove imperfections and improve an image in Gimp.
- 11 Sep 2008
Here we are going to learn how to replace the background of a photograph and correct the lighting so that the two images are seamlessly combined to recreate a special moment. Michael Bates is your tutor and he's using the free editing program Gimp
- 25 Jun 2008