Find out how to shoot in the water and keep your costly camera and lens safe with a simple, inexpensive underwater camera housing. Water and cameras don’t usually mix. However, there are a wealth of options available to help you take pictures underwater without wrecking your camera. At the top end, you can get hard… Continue reading
In this photo editing tutorial we’ll show you a quick and easy way to create a motion blur effect in Photoshop using the Path Blur and Spin Blur tools. Download our start image and follow along.
Understanding all your camera’s drive mode options can help you take better photos in a wide range of situations, so if you’re not sure what they’re all for you better read this…
Want to create attention-grabbing shots with ease? Try using this simple zoom burst technique. Zoom bursts are achieved by twisting the zoom ring during a long exposure. The change in focal length creates streaks of colour and light that seem to burst from the centre of the frame. It’s an effect normally associated with sports… Continue reading
Fresh off the heels of their announcements last week, Sony has revealed it will add user selectable Compressed and Uncompressed 14-bit raw image capture to the Sony A7S II and Sony A7R II.
Become a master of professional portrait lighting with these 24 essential studio lighting set-ups. Our free portrait lighting guide offers everything you need to know to get set up, plus illustrations of the effects.
Turn the world upside-down as we show you how to replicate reality by photographing reflections and then flipping the image on its head.
Who needs Photoshop! If your camera has a ‘Multiple Exposure’ option, it’s easier than ever to get creative with your portraits. Here are a trio of quick techniques you can use to create in-camera multiple exposures.
As the world gets to grips with the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, the humanitarian aid organisation The International Rescue Committee sent its photographer Tyler Jump to visit one of the migrant camps at Lesbos.
Sony has announced the Sony A7S II – price tag €3,400 – with internal 4K movie recording and a staggering sensitivity range up to 409,600.