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Photography Techniques

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.

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As it's Saint David's Day, we thought we'd kick the month off with 17 tips to help you perfect your Daffodil shots.

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Here are a few basic but really useful flower photography tips to help you capture that perfect shot of a Snowdrop.

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We share our essential tips on photographing the interesting detail you find on churches castles and other tall structures.

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Say goodbye to forced grins and say hello to the fun and laughter found on an outdoor shoot.

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Flash can be a very useful tool and there are various modes you can use. Here's what they are and what they're used for.

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What's the Histogram and how can you make the most of what it's got to offer? Find out with the help of our 5 top tips.

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Don't pack your gear up once you've captured your sunset as twilight can be just as rewarding for photographers.

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Learn how to shoot HDR images manually, as well as with a built-in HDR mode, so you can capture an image that has a much improved dynamic range.

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Blurring water is a popular technique that works really well in the right type of image. Here, we share with you ten top tips on how you can do this the next time you're near a waterfall or flowing river.

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Make the most of the free light around you and shoot some portraits next to windows or patio doors in your own home.

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Find out why, when and how to use/create vignettes on your images. Plus, follow a step-by-step guide on how to do this in Lightroom, Photoshop and GIMP.

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Converging lines and verticals don't always have to be avoided. In fact, they can be a clever tool for guiding the eye when used right.

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