See the winning images from the British Heart Foundation’s recent landscape photography competition.
Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful image organisation and editing software package. Of course the downside to having such a powerful tool at your disposal is that it’s possible to make some pretty significant mistakes, especially when you’re first learning how to use it.
To help out we’ve drawn up a list of the most common mistakes that photographers make when using Lightroom and have some advice about how to get things right from the outset.
What’s the new Lightroom Mobile app’s price tag? How big are the file sizes? In their latest guest post our friends at the blog Life After Photoshop answer all your burning questions.
It’s all too easy to get into the habit of taking every shot from eye-level, and using the same type of lens. Here are five sure-fire ways to find a fresh perspective and compose an image with supreme impact.
For a very limited time we’re giving readers the opportunity to download five of our digital photo magazines for free!
The Sony A7s announced today adds a slew of new professional features to the company’s popular full-frame compact camera.
As our series on how to sell photos online and in print continues we look at how to get your work seen. Social media success is the 21st century Holy Grail – everyone’s looking for it. Here’s how one photographer found it…
The Nest Traveller NT-6294AK is lightweight, can support a hefty 20kg load and costs £200. Is this the perfect tripod? Find out in our review.
What is an ND filter used for – and how should you use it? If you’re new to photography you might understandably have a few questions about some of the equipment.
There are a number of things you need to consider when purchasing an ND filter, and in our latest layman’s guide to fundamental gear we answer some of the most common questions photographers have.
The low-cost kit lenses you get with digital SLRs or compact system cameras don’t have much of a reputation, but is that fair? They might be cheap, they might be light, they might not have earth-shattering specifications, but they do have some qualities and advantages that are all too easily overlooked. Here are eight reasons why cheap kit lenses are the perfect lens.