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.
Michael Greccos explains some ideas to help you think more creatively when shooting portaits.
- 2 Jan 2002
Infra-red photography is a bit like Marmite you either love it or hate it and John Powell, the founder of the Infra-Red Photographic Society most definitely adores it. He started taking infra-red images in the eighties and here he tells ePHOTOzine why more people should be looking at the world in a way we can't usually see.
- 25 Nov 2008
Travel Photographer and writer Ian M Butterfield visited Rome to shoot buildings and blue skies. Unfortunately the weather had other ideas. In this feature Ian shares his top tips on what to do when the weather turns bad.
- 19 Oct 2009
Take a look at a showcase of work produced by some of the top flower photographers on ePz.
- 10 Aug 2012
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
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
Steve Davey and David Taylor are professional travel photographers who have a spot of advice on taking better holiday photographs.
- 24 Jul 2009
Mark Humpage is a stormchaser and elemental photographer. Here's his advice on capturing the weather.
- 27 Mar 2009
Anyone can take a picture of a person but to take a really great picture of someone takes practice, patience and a little bit of know how. We spoke to three professional portrait photographers to see what tips they have for taking better portraits. Here's part one.
- 6 Jan 2009
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