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.
What's ISO, how and when can it be used? We answer these questions here.
- 17 Dec 2013
Digital cameras, like film cameras, often have an ISO setting, but what does this means and how do you use it? All is explained here...
- 6 Jan 2003
Robin Whalley shares his noise knowledge and tells us how we can avoid it.
- 21 Dec 2010
Here, we take a look at why having a wide ISO range can help you take a wider range of photos.
- 17 Jan 2014
Higher ISOs and noise aren't always something we should shy away from. Find out why here.
- 9 Oct 2011
Here are a few tips to help you take better photos of a balloon night glow.
- 13 Jun 2012
Robin Whalley demonstrates how you can use Lightroom 3 for sharpening and managing noise in your photos.
- 14 Feb 2012
Try shooting portraits with a difference. Forget the flashgun and light up a candle or two for people pictures with a difference.
- 5 Mar 2010
Karl Taylor has some essential tips that will keep you taking great photos even when there’s only a little bit of light in the sky.
- 14 Dec 2010
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.
- 19 Nov 2010
Is there such thing as the right camera when it comes to shooting landscapes? Robin Whalley gets his compact out to put this theory to the test.
- 9 May 2011
Advice to help you take better photos in low light.
- 3 Nov 2012