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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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Here are 7 reasons why a lens with longer reach should be in your kit bag alongside the rest of your photography kit.

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We share 4 top tips that will help you ensure wonky horizons won't spoil your landscape shots the next time you're heading to the countryside or coast.

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So, how can you take a good portrait, during the day that doesn't have deep shadows or kids pulling odd faces? Find out here.

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Heading to the coast for a day at the beach with your friends, family and camera? Have a read of these essential photography tips first.

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Learn how you can use natural light to really give your images some punch and, it's a free resource so you don't need to spend any money on fancy lighting.

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We explain how you can take great photographs of tadpoles in a pond which you can do in your own garden if you have your own pound or at your local nature reserve.

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Find out why hot-air balloons are interesting subjects for a photographer and how to capture top shots of them with our handy top tips.

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Here's ePHOTOzine's guide to photographing historical buildings which include advice on what equipment to take, when to visit and how to get the perfect shot.

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If you're new to landscape photography and are looking for ways to improve your shots, have a read of these tips that will hopefully guide and inspire you to take better landscape shots.

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Garden photography doesn't have to be hard and to prove it, we've got 8 top but simple tips to help you out.

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Here are a few of the basics you need to think about when heading off on holiday with your camera so you're ready to hit the shutter button when at the beach, by the pool or exploring sites.

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Swans are rather photogenic and you can easily spend half an hour or so taking pictures of these majestic birds.

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