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This guide shows you how to make someone look great without them going under the knife!
- 26 Feb 2009
Need to photograph a group of people and you're not sure how to light the shot? Take a look at this article.
- 25 Mar 2011
John Gravett shares his top tips on how photographers can take photos and survive the cold weather.
- 6 Dec 2011
Following on from last month's article on beginners astrophotography Michael A. Covington now goes one stage further and explain about telescopes and how to use them to view stars and planets.
- 11 Jan 2001
Attaching a flash umbrella to your studio flash light is the first step to better lighting and is one of the basic principals of lighting “The bigger the light the softer it is”. Here we explain one of the basic lighting improvements in our studio lighting beginners' guide series. Words and Pictures Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP
- 20 Jul 2007
- The Flash Centre
Pick up some tips on photographing snowy landscapes this winter.
- 3 Dec 2016
Learn more about backlighting about from Michael Freeman in this extract from his latest book.
- 18 Jul 2012
Ariadne Van Zandbergen, a leading wildlife and travel photographer, shares a collection of tips to help you phoptograph people of Africa.
- 6 Jan 2001
Part 2 of our beginner's guide to photography Michael Jenkins suggests we look around a little more when pointing the camera at the subject
- 6 Jan 2002
Keywording is something all photographers should be doing but not all do. Here three keywording specialists and two professional photographers who use the system successfully talk to ePHOTOzine about this confusing subject.
- 19 Dec 2008
Struggling to capture that picture perfect Puffin? Are your subjects flying out of frame before you've clicked the shutter button? If so, you need Joe Kellard's help.
- 16 Nov 2009