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 some ideas for subjects that you can photograph on your commute so next time you're heading to work, don't forget your camera!

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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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Here are a few tips on shutter speeds and how to focus so you get sharp action shots every time.

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Photographing pets doesn't have to be troublesome! Here are a few tips for you to follow when photographing your dog, cat or even pet fish.

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Here are three different approaches to posing hands so the next time you're capturing a portrait, your subject's pose won't look so awkward.

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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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Light's an important tool for photographers and knowing how to make it work to your advantage when capturing photographs outdoors is essential.

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Cold mornings might not be fun for commuters but it does mean photographers get the chance to photograph frost before the sun thaws everything through.

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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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Here are some top tips for shooting rain creatively, both inside and out so you can be brave and embrace the weather or stay warm inside.

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Here are five tips to help you get started in still life photography which include little snippets on all of the topics you need to know about to create a cracking still life shot.

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By combining longer shutter speeds with low light photographers can capture great imagery that's also fun to do.

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