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.
We catch a wave with surf photographer Jason Murray and learn a thing or two about surf photography.
- 14 Aug 2009
How to produce shots without distracting backgrounds by combing two or more photos together.
- 19 Jun 2011
A car is something most of us now use everyday but have you ever thought about using it as an object for photography? Well three photographers who specialise in car photography have some advice and pointers about this type of work.
- 3 Oct 2008
Starting out in stage photography? There are a few rules you can apply.
- 3 Jan 2002
David Taylor is a full-time photographer who specialises in landscape and travel photography. Here he tells ePHOTOzine why your holiday snaps should feature more than just your sister falling in the pool.
- 28 Oct 2008
Part 4 of Michael Jenkins guide to beginning photography looks at tighter framing of the subject.
- 7 Jan 2002
Russ Barker, takes us on a scenic tour of the American Southwest Slot Canyons and explains all you need to know to get a good set of photos.
- 30 Nov -0001
Read about Niall Benvie's 2020Vision photography assignment to the north west Highlands of Scotland and pick up some landscape photography tips.
- 11 Feb 2011
Spend a day in a public garden and you'll have a memory card bursting with colourful flora in no time.
- 14 May 2016
If you're heading on your summer travels here are 5 photography mistakes you'll want to avoid.
- 12 Jun 2016
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
Brightly coloured trees, crisp cold mornings and the crunch of leaves underfoot are all signs of autumn creeping in and if you're a landscape photographer there's no better time to be outdoors capturing all of what nature has to offer. Here Tony Howell and Nick Jenkins tell ePHOTOzine why autumn is such a great season and they also offer a few autumnal photography tips along the way.
- 23 Oct 2008