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.
Venture into the insects world with a few helpful tips and tricks from our specialist wildlife photographer Peter Madeley
- 30 Nov -0001
Robin Whalley shares his tips on planning a successful photographic holiday.
- 16 Jul 2013
Images with large amounts of colour noise can lead to bigger files when using Jpeg compression, Matthew Page describes his technique for reducing the noise, without sacrificing detail.
- 30 Nov -0001
Norman Koren explains why you should learn how to use your camera's meter and the Zone system to make your photos stand out from the crowd
- 5 Jan 2001
The closer you look the more you'll see. Angelika Stehle suggests we add a new dimension to our flower photography.
- 7 Jan 2001
As the leaves fall off the trees and the nights get longer venturing outside into the damp and cold to take a photograph of a mushroom isn't something everyone will want to do. Here, two photographers who specialise in fungi photography tell us why we should be photographing mushrooms and how to capture them in their best light.
- 19 Sep 2008
This article is a few pointers to get you started posing for the camera if you're new to modelling or if you're a bit nervous. Photographers will also find this information useful for dealing with models.
- 19 Nov 2010
With rain on the way, spend some time shooting around the house using everyday household objects.
- 12 Oct 2013
Here are 10 tips you need to read before you begin taking photos at someone's big day.
- 28 Apr 2011
Miss Aniela shows us how a little planning can make a big difference to a photograph.
- 11 Jun 2011
Visit a re-enactment such as the weekend at Ramsey and you'll be taking photos all day.
- 5 Aug 2015
Learn how the panels in your monitor can effect the display when viewed at an angle.
- 8 Oct 2014