Image stabilisation features in lenses and improved high ISO performance in cameras, have transformed the possibilities of taking pictures in low light, but the steady base of a tripod is your best choice when it comes to exploring the creative possibilities of slow shutter speeds and low light. Below we’ll show you some quick tips for how to use a tripod effectively, as well as some essential features you’ll want when choosing the best tripod for your needs.
Step back in time as we show you a cheap and simple DIY camera to transform your DSLR into a traditional pinhole camera.
From legendary photographers to new kit to free workshops and seminars, this year’s Photography Show is shaping up to be the best ever. Here are 16 stands in particular offering some incredible savings this year…
If you’re consistently getting blurry shots, even when using a tripod, you are probably experiencing mirror bounce. Find out how to set your camera to avoid this.
Canon has announced its newest entry-level DSLR, the EOS 1300D / Rebel T6 – price tag £289.99/€ 399.99 body only – which offers photographers a few improvements over its predecessor, the 1200D, while largely sticking to old tech.
Tired of losing detail in high-contrast conditions? Try these DSLR tips and learn how to use your camera’s lighting optimisation feature for preserving that detail in any situation you may find yourself.
Sometimes, even when using effective image stabilisation or a tripod, images can still come out with a little less bite than expected. Here are six tips make sure you always stand the best chance of capturing images with clearly defined details.
Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro review: it’s not just the devil that’s in the detail
Discover the secrets of making a moonstack image, as we show you how to capture the movement of the moon across the night sky in a single composite image
At last, it’s prime time for Tamron as the lensmaker enters the fray with a brand new pair of fast, up-market lenses. Find out how they perform in our Tamron SP 35mm and 45mm f/1.8 review.