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.
As the Olympics are getting closer, we have a few tips to help you improve your athletic photography skills.
- 6 Jun 2012
Peter Bargh explains how Lightroom presets can save you time when making similar changes to your photos. Also how they let you perform and repeat advanced colourising and vignetting effects as well as apply treatments perfected by other users.
- 26 Sep 2012
See how the Histogram can be used to help you improve your photos.
- 20 Mar 2013
The closer you look the more you'll see. Angelika Stehle suggests we add a new dimension to our flower photography.
- 7 Jan 2001
The effect of blurring the non-critical parts of an image helps separate the main subject from the rest of the foreground and background that might otherwise be found as distracting. Anthony Moringello shows us how to digitally create depth-of-field.
- 11 Jun 2008
Michael Bates shows us how the depth of field tool can help you centre the viewer's attention on a subject of your choice.
- 24 Oct 2008
Mark Humpage is a stormchaser and elemental photographer. Here's his advice on capturing the weather.
- 27 Mar 2009
Robin Whalley explains why playing with your white balance can sometimes create a more interesting picture.
- 30 Oct 2013
Before you hit the shutter button, are you really shooting from the best angle you can?
- 12 Nov 2011
John Gravett shows us how wind movement can make interesting and more dynamic landscape shots.
- 18 Feb 2013
Learn how to use the clone tool so you can fix your photos with ease.
- 4 Apr 2012