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Here are ten photography tutorials that'll fill you with tips and ideas for shooting during the autumn.
Mark Humpage is a stormchaser and elemental photographer. Here's his advice on capturing the weather.
Robin Whalley's tips on shooting in the city after the sun has set.
Here's a round up of ten popular winter photography tutorials found on site.
Here are a few tips on how you can create blurry backgrounds with a compact camera.
Here's some top tips on shooting autumn macros with a compact camera.
See how a little bit of blur can create an autumn shot that's a little more arty but still recognisable.
In part three, Damian steps away from portraits of young ladies to show you how he photographs children.
Want to know where to go to photograph wildlife and how to do it once you're there? Have a read of this.
In this technique, ePHOTOzine gets to grips with zero gravity photography.
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.
We show you how to create Warhol style Pop Art using Photoshop and a dandelion photo.
Calibrating the monitor is the first, and perhaps the most important step in setting up a digital workstation.
As the weather's nice make the most of it and head out into your garden with your camera.
Puffins make great characters for portraits so why not head to the coast and spend an hour or two photographing these popular sea birds.
Find out what metering modes are and how to use them.
Create a look similar to that of Lith prints with the help of CS4.
Michael Bates shows us how to add stage lighting to a photograph.
Landscapes don't just have to be about trees and hills.
Peter Bargh explains what polarising filters are, how they work and provides a series of tips to get the best out of them.
Taking your kids to a museum this summer? Well here's a few tips to improve the photos you take in museums.
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