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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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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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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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Do landscape shots always have to be static? If you think about it, you'll realise that they're often not and by introducing movement, you're able to capture something much more interesting.

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When the weather forecast predicts frosty mornings are on the cards, get out there and photograph it.

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Tree lines make excellent photographic subjects, particularly in winter when lacking leaves, and they're not really that difficult to capture on camera either.

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When it comes to photographing waterfalls, you can either capture the power and intensity of every cascade or you can slow things down and make the movement the focus of your photo.

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Grab your camera, one lens and see what you can photograph over the next week, month or even year with a one lens challenge.

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Set the alarm clock a little earlier than normal and capture some early morning landscapes bursting with sunrise colours.

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Learn the one main rule that'll instantly improve your black & white landscapes and the 4 steps you need to follow to succeed.

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The black & white medium can work really well for snow shots if you follow a few simple steps.

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Enjoy the fresh, crisp air that winter has to offer and head out to shoot some mountainscapes.

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Award-winning landscape photographer, John Gravett tells us how we can capture the perfect landscape image.

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