Setting up your camera before you start shooting can save you time, effort and maybe even using the wrong camera settings. In the first of a new series, we’ll be running through our essential guide to setting up your camera for 10 of the most common photographic subjects and situations.
Learn how to shoot a series of photos and combine them to encapsulate the transition from day to night in a single frame
A good landscape photograph doesn’t just capture what you saw when you took the shot. It brings back a whole host memories and the emotions that you felt when you first saw the scene.
It might sound a tall order, but achieving that isn’t as hard as you might think, just take a look at these 10 points to fin out more.
Timing is key to shooting great seascapes. You need to be there at the right time of day, but just as important is the timing of the exposure. For a raging, stormy sea, a fast shutter speed can be appropriate, but with calmer waters, the best approach is to take it slow. Very slow. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to take control of your camera to take long exposure pictures of the sea you can be proud of.
Improve your photos with our expert help. Here are 10 quick landscape photography tips to help you give your pictures a breath of fresh air…
When you first start out in landscape photography, observing a few of the classic conventions can really make a difference to the kind of results you get. Just knowing how to adjust aperture so you get maximum depth of field in an image is a big help, as is understanding some of the classic theories… Continue reading
In this long exposure photography tutorial we’ll show you step-by-step how to use one filter to balance your exposure, then use another filter to enable a long exposure.
Take your landscape photos to the next level with these creative composition and framing tricks.
With this week’s solar storm causing increased aurora borealis activity we turned to one of the foremost experts in aurora photography to tell us how to photograph the Northern Lights.
When it comes to landscape photography you’ve got all the time in the world, right? You’re fully prepared: you’ve scouted a location, got your tripod into position, preselected all the camera settings and all you need to do is wait for the light.