Photographing friends and family can make for a photographic challenge. See the best family photos from the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011 shortlist.
The best documentary photography from the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011 shortlist
Creative photography and expert use of Photoshop and camera trickery produced some excellent shots in the Creative Licence shortlist for the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011
See the dynamic and exciting photographs that made the Action and Movement shortlist for the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011
Check out the amazing and inspiring, urban, wild and coastal shots that made the Landscapes shortlist for the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011 awards
With 1000s of titles published every month, magazines are the most accessible market available to budding freelance photographers – here are our tips for success
Stock photography – we don’t need to tell you it’s a competitive business. But we can tell you how to give yourself the best chance of successfully selling your pictures…
Cook up some tasty photos of cutlery and cooking utensils for your kitchen wall. You only need simple kit for this photography project, but the results are seriously artistic
Tired of textbook landscape photos? Want photo ideas that offer you something a little more impressionistic? Then go slow and get moving. By using slow shutter speeds and moving the camera smoothly during the exposure, you can create striking abstract landscapes. Shoot handheld for unpredictable results or – as we explain here – use a tripod and move the camera in one direction for more defined scenic ‘streaks’.
Follow these photography tips to create fine art minimalist landscapes and seascapes. Just add a Neutral Density filter and your favourite black and white sofware…