How much do you REALLY know about photography?

How much do you REALLY know about photography?

Here’s a quick and fun quick to test just how much you’ve learned over the years. There are no prizes other than the bragging rights you’ll have knowing you are a certified photographic genius. Don’t be shy, tell your friends!

Behind the Image: Dan Ballard on great light and the importance of timing

Behind the Image: Dan Ballard on great light and the importance of timing

To celebrate the lead up to PhotoLive 2014, we’ll be featuring a different image from each photographer speaking at the event.

This week we go behind the image with Dan Ballard who is appearing at PhotoLive Leeds today (Saturday 23 August).

Get a FREE copy of Photography Week, now available on any device!

Get a FREE copy of Photography Week, now available on any device!

Photography Week, the world’s best-selling digital photography magazine, has been given a makeover, and to celebrate we’re giving away a free issue!

Behind the Image: Steve Davey on why familiarity breeds contempt

Behind the Image: Steve Davey

Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it. In his guest blog post, PhotoLive speaker Steve Davey explains his secret to always striving to come up with a unique way of seeing your subject.

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If your passion for photography pre-dates the digital era, you’re likely sitting on an archive of hundreds, if not thousands, of slides and photographic prints.

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Behind the Image: Paul Debois on luck, patience and predicting decisive moments

Pinhole Impressions 3 - Lime tree or Tilia Tomentosa ©Paul Debois

Paul Debois explains how gale force winds, a Zero 2000 pinhole camera and a photographer’s intuition created one of his favourite images.

Behind the Image: Jeremy Walker recounts his New York state of mind

Behind the Image: Jeremy Walker recounts his New York state of mind

Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it. Leading landscape pro Jeremy Walker explains how a trip to New York to photograph architecture yielded a completely different type of image than you’d normally associate with the Big Apple.

Behind the Image: Fran Halsall on shooting in extreme conditions

Behind the Image: Fran Halsall on shooting in extreme conditions

Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it. Fran Halsall explains how a long walk, a steep scramble and triumphing in the face of adversity has lead to the creation of one of her favourite images.

Win a handheld GPS unit with Duracell rechargeable batteries (Sponsored)

Win a handheld GPS unit with Duracell rechargeable batteries (Sponsored)

We’ve teamed up with Duracell to give you the opportunity to win a Garmin Oregon 650 handheld GPS complete with a set of Duracell rechargeable batteries and a charger.

8 things you’ll learn at PhotoLive 2014

8 things you'll learn at PhotoLive 2014

PhotoLive 2014 is fast approaching and we’re getting excited about the tips, tricks and useful takeaways we’ll get from some of our favourite professional photographers.

PhotoLive is taking place in Leeds (23 Aug), Edinburgh (30 Aug) and London (06 Sep) and there are over twenty seminars to chose from. 

Here are eight things you’ll learn from a day out at PhotoLive: