Find out how to shoot in the water and keep your costly camera and lens safe with a simple, inexpensive underwater camera housing. Water and cameras don’t usually mix. However, there are a wealth of options available to help you take pictures underwater without wrecking your camera. At the top end, you can get hard… Continue reading
Understanding all your camera’s drive mode options can help you take better photos in a wide range of situations, so if you’re not sure what they’re all for you better read this…
In this infrared photography tutorial we go beyond the visible colour spectrum to capture striking images. We’ll show you how to shoot infrared photography using a filter, how to shoot infrared with a converted DSLR and how to process your infrared images on the computer.
What is 4K video and how will it change the way you shoot still images? We explain everything you need to know about the new standard in video recording and display.
The term ‘camera drag’ may not sound like a particularly good idea, but don’t worry, we guarantee that your camera will come to no harm. Camera drag is actually a technique that adds motion blur to your images by moving the camera during an exposure to render the scene as an abstract palette of colours…. Continue reading
Shooting silhouettes can make for a really striking image, but it takes more than an interesting sky to create a great photograph. Here’s a quick tutorial.
Discover how to get hyper-real HDR images using your camera’s built-in HDR feature. In this tutorial we explain how and when to use it to extend your DSLR’s dynamic range.
In the latest instalment of his ongoing series, Scott Kelby explains how careful attention to detail made all the difference to this boxing photo, which he shot on location with two lights. Below he explains how he created atmosphere in an ordinary gym setting.
We make it rain indoors and pop some flash as we show you how to use flash to freeze motion and get intense results!
Nikon’s WMU app is handy in all sorts of situations. In this tutorial we explain how to use it in combination with your Wi-Fi-enabled DSLR.