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.
Plan your perfect photo walk with these 14 essential tips.
- 10 May 2015
Here are ten reasons/ways you should try using frames within your images.
- 12 Jul 2013
Taking your kids to a museum this summer? Well here's a few tips to improve the photos you take in museums.
- 23 Jul 2011
A beginners guide to wildlife photography in your area.
- 5 Jan 2001
Once you grasp the basic principles of focusing your photographs will take on a whole new depth.
- 6 Jan 2002
In part one of our series for beginners Michael Jenkins gives advice on choosing and using cameras.
- 5 Jan 2002
Michael Jenkins gives some tips on correctly composing your photograph
- 10 Jan 2002
a guide to wildlife photography on your doorstep
- 30 Nov -0001
Clive Branson explains how to capture the metallic beauty of the automobile.
- 8 May 2007
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
In this article in our series using Paint Shop Pro we show you how to pimp up the bodywork of a Camper van. Try following our technique and then using it to max up your own car photos.
- 1 Oct 2008
Paul Hobson is a wildlife photographer and lecturer of environmental science at Sheffield college and here he gives ePHOTOzine a few pointers about how we can make our wildlife photography the best.
- 17 Oct 2008