In their latest guest post the team at Photoventure have collected a set of ten tips that can help you take your photography to the next level. Or help you stop making the odd mistake…
In our latest photo editing tutorial we show you how to stitch photos together by learning how to apply a range of montage and colour effects in CameraRaw and Photoshop.
Using manual mode can be slow and fiddly. So in this tutorial we ask the question: is manual mode still relevant to the digital photographer?
Learn how to master exposure in photography and get pictures with punch by balancing aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
Are you looking for constant lighting or something a bit more flash? In this group test we compare 4 flash heads and 4 constant head for your digital studio to find out which is the best studio lighting for photographers.
Using natural patterns in photography is a great way to improve your compositional skills, and can also help transform the ordinary into something extraordinary, as nature pro Mark Hamblin explains…
Don’t settle for any old illumination: fit your flashgun with a light modifier. We test six top options to see which is the best flashgun modifier for your money.
The risk of using software to sharpen if you don’t know what you are doing is that you can ‘solve’ one problem, but can create a much bigger one – over-sharpening your images.
Every photographer aspires to shoot professional-looking images, and in this in-depth tutorial we reveale the recipe that makes up all good outdoor portrait photography, offering expert photography tips on everything you need to know about this subject, from composition and kit to camera tips, flash techniques and more. We’ll start by covering the equipment you’ll… Continue reading
We’ve got the REAL story behind the incredible ‘weasel woodpecker’ photo that’s been a viral sensation on websites and across social media worldwide.
Our friends at the Canon magazine PhotoPlus interviewed the man behind the shot, amateur photographer Martin Le-May. You’ll never believe how he captured his amazing image of a weasel riding a woodpecker…