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From local churches to giant cathedrals, places of worships have plenty of photographic potential and we've got 5 top tips to make sure your church photography will always be top-notch.

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Nikon has announced the continued sponsorship of the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award which celebrates female photographers as well as highlighting the positive power of photojournalism.

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The 5 winners of the 'What Have You Photographed At Home?' photography competition, sponsored by Vanguard, have now been chosen from over 250 entries.

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A monochrome portrait of a young woman, which was creatively captured, has been crowned ePHOTOzine's 'Photo of the Week'.

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Dogs can make great subjects, but they can be tricky to capture and work with. Here are a few tips to help you perfect your canine photography technique.

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Here's ePHOTOzine's guide to creating passport images at home, with tips on taking, cropping and printing your images.

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Photographing models outside is fun, challenging and the results can be brilliant but, it's not always straightforward so we have 3 essential tips to help you out.

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A visit to the Chemist

Back in the 70s, I would guess the cost of a can of film and developing was on average £2.50 for 24 prints. I used to eagerly pop up the chemist a few days later and be immediately underwhelmed with the results of my labours. 24 shots might equal ...

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Sunset at Pennington Flash

Tonight we decided to drive over to Pennington Flash and see if there was a decent sunset. I took the Canon SX40HS 12MP bridge camera and the Pentax X90 bridge camera. The idea was that I would start my "head to head" comparison of the two. In the ev...

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Urbex

[photo] My experience of urbex is limited: itís a genre that I am, essentially, not well suited to. I am large, donít bend well, and tend to carry quite a lot of equipment. Urbex sometimes requires that you are very flexible, and fit through small ga...

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Exploring Gin Pit with the Pentax X90

I was lamenting that I hadn't kept my Pentax X90 bridge camera a while back, so I found another to replace it on eBay. It's in lovely condition, and even takes the same battery as my Pentax MX-1, which is useful. So today I chose to explore Gin Pit, ...


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