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.
Practical advice about the world of picture framing from DIYframing.com
- 29 May 2009
Stationary subjects are easier to photograph, aren't they? Well, not necessarily. Michael Jenkins gives an excellent beginners' guide to photographing Architecture.
- 1 Jan 2003
Michael Bates shows us how the depth of field tool can help you centre the viewer's attention on a subject of your choice.
- 24 Oct 2008
Using Photoshop's Move tool to rearrange elements in a digital image.
- 3 Jan 2000
Progressing your framing using the 3 Ps: Presentation, Professionalism and Profit.
- 12 May 2009
Peter Bargh shows you how to make a simple crop tool, useful for deciding which part of a digital image to crop.
- 11 Jan 2002
Once you grasp the basic principles of focusing your photographs will take on a whole new depth.
- 6 Jan 2002
Tips on better exposure and lighting when photographing black people in the studio.
- 7 Jan 2002
Your web browser can be used to help you view your photos in a new way by turning it into a useful cropping tool.
- 30 Nov -0001
See why not everything needs to be sharp all of the time in your shots.
- 7 Oct 2012
Peter Bargh uses Photoshop's Blend mode to create a more realistic paint effect.
- 11 Jan 2001
We show you how to create a realistic jigsaw puzzle out of one of your digital photographs
- 3 Jan 2003