Camera filters can be a bit of an enigma for many photographers, both new and experienced. In our new cheat sheet we’ve produced a handy cheat sheet that takes you four of the most common problem areas for photographers when it comes to using camera filters.
Our flow chart shows you how to choose the best ND grad filter; how to get perfect exposures with a solid ND filter; the secret to using a circular polariser and troubleshooting the common problems with camera filters.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post we get a bit niche – and a bit wet! Find out how to take incredible pictures of castles that utilise the natural elements to add drama.
What is a polarizer filter? Find out how you can use this filter to reduce reflections in pictures of water and achieve stronger colours.
What are the must have items in a professional photographer’s camera bag? Pro landscape photographer Adam Burton gives us a sneak peek at his most trusted gear.
Big sky photography can give your landscape photos immediate impact, but how do you cope with the obvious contrast issues when taking pictures of the sky? Follow these simple DSLR tips and learn exactly how to adapt your approach to sky photography that fills your frame.
What is hyperfocal distance? Before the introduction of autofocus cameras, the use of ‘hyperfocal distance’ was a popular focus technique used by photographers – and it’s still one of the really neat camera tricks for times when your camera struggles to autofocus in difficult lighting conditions.
Using a polarizing filter in your landscape photography is a great way to darken skies and create images with real impact. These 4 tips for using a polarizing filter will help get you started right.
Keen to try your hand at aerial photography, but nervous about the cost? In this post we’ll show you an easy, cost-effective method of getting airborne so you can shoot landscape photography from a completely new angle. We’ll also show you how to track your aerial photos and include their exact location from the GPS track log, as well as what you’ll need for the shoot.
What’s the best way to carry a tripod when out on a long shoot? Here we show you three of the best techniques every professional photographer uses.
Want to get better at photographing snow? Here is a selection of our best tutorials on how to take pictures of snow, with tips on everything from exposure to keeping your camera safe.