Autumn is a period of transition, when life slowly drains from the land, but instead of fading quietly it goes out in a blaze of glory, creating some of the most spectacular photo opportunities you’ll see all year. In this tutorial we explore the techniques you need to shoot stunning pictures of Fall, and tantalise you with a mouthwatering selection of autumnal shots.
Sometimes it is the simplest pictures that work best. And in terms of photo composition and lighting, shots don’t come any simpler than silhouette photography.
As the nights draw in and we have less daylight available before and after work, nighttime photography is a great way to scratch your photographic itch. Follow our 8-step plan to get sharp shots in the dark.
The night sky is one of the richest and most rewarding subjects a photographer can shoot, but it takes patience and skill to get it right. In this astrophotography tutorial, landscape pro David Clapp explains how to shoot Milky Way photography with the gear that you have.
As part of our ongoing series to help you get more creative with your digital camera, each month we publish some fun, seasonal, creative photo ideas to help inspire your imagination. Along with some amazing images, we’ve also provided some quick photography tips by both amateur and professional photographers who are experts in these fields…. Continue reading
In this macro photography tutorial you’ll learn that a rainy day needn’t be a washout, as raindrops can really bring close-up shots to life.
Learn how to darken the heavens and create better landscapes as we show you how to use ND grad filters… and when you should avoid them.
It’s far better to try and get a shot sharp to begin with than try to rescue it on the computer. Here’s a five point checklist to get perfect focus every time.
If you feel shy about dealing with strangers, here are a few tips for putting them at ease to take portraits you’ll both be happy with..
If you’re lacking inspiration and not sure how to approach a subject in a more original way, here are six photo ideas that will help you to break free from what you know and help with more creative compositions!