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Here are some of the best images of the Milky Way captured this year and found in the 'Milky Way Photographer of the Year' collection.

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Here's a quick list of 10 tips to help you keep your camera safe while on holiday so you can enjoy yourself and not worry about your photography kit.

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Travel and holidays give us so many opportunities to photograph exotic locations, interesting people and other subjects we might not see at home. With this in mind, we're sharing 6 travel-themed tutorials for you to peruse before your next trip.

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Brush-up on your seaside photography skills with the help of our 14 top coastal photography tutorials.

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Sunrise and sunset are two events that you can always rely on to happen every day, so why not head out and photograph them? Here we've created a comprehensive guide to photographing sunrise and sunset as well as some kit suggestions.

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Stone Circles make excellent photographic subjects and with so many dotted around the UK, you probably won't have to travel too far to photograph one either. Here are the locations of 10 of our favourite stone circles along with a bit of information on them.

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Here are a few quick but still interesting ideas on how you can photograph waterfalls when you're next out on a walk in the countryside with your camera.

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Holiday locations perfect for photographers, essential gear you won't want to travel without and vacation photography tips you won't want to miss out on.

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If the UK gets a decent covering of snow this winter, here are some tips on how you can capture snow-filled shots.

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Most of us use bridges every single day and while it is true that many - big and small, old and new - of them aren't worth photographing, there are a great many that are extremely photogenic as John Duder's been finding out.

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Here are a few ways you can capture Autumn photos a little closer to home. It's easy to create great-looking autumn images in your back garden.

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Give your autumn images an abstract feel in three easy ways. Read on to find out how.

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