We sort through the complete range of Panasonic Lumix cameras, from point-and-shoot compacts and superzooms to bridge cameras and CSCs…
American photographer John Moore, of Getty Images, has won the overall L’Iris d’Or / Professional Photographer of the Year award at the Sony World Photography Awards 2015. Chosen from the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards’ 13 professional categories, Moore’s winning project “Ebola Crisis Overwhelms Liberian Capital” capture the scale of the ebola epidemic… Continue reading
In a new series, the legendary Scott Kelby reveals the secrets of some of his best images. Here, he shows how an inexpensive camera mount can literally take your photography further…
Ricoh Imaging has officially unveiled the Pentax K-3 II – price tag £769.99 body only – its new flagship K-series DSLR.
50MP+ High-res digital cameras compared: everything you need to know about the Canon 5DS, Olympus E-M5 Mark II and Pentax 645Z
Adobe has announced a major development to its Creative Cloud Photography plan, unveiling its new Photoshop Lightroom CC photo editing software and standalone Lightroom 6.
Get start files for the May 2015 issue’s Digital Darkroom tutorials, plus files to accompany the Lightroom ebook included with this issue In Digital Camera 164, on sale from Friday 24th April, our new Digital Darkroom section helps you develop your image-editing skills, with guides for Lightroom, Photoshop and PhotoDirector. Where indicated in the tutorials,… Continue reading
Digital SLR cameras are the preferred tool of most professional photographers and they’re the first choice of camera for most enthusiast camera for decades, but what is a digital SLR, how do they work and why are they so popular? Our head of testing, Angela Nicholson explains all you need to know.
Rotolight, specialists in continuous lighting systems, are marking the release of their new Rotolight Neo by offering you the chance to learn all about continuous lighting, and try out their products, in a workshop and seminar hosted by the multi-award winning photographer and Sony artisan of imagery Jason Lanier.
When you find a great subject or location that inspires you, make the most of it by really working the scene to maximise your chances of shooting a perfect image. Here’s how it’s done…