Looking for inspiration for your photography? Try these 9 creative photo ideas that are perfect for shooting in January.
Taking an intentionally blurry photo? It may sound sacrilege, but sometimes it can be fun to break the rules of photography. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to take an abstract self-portrait that will make you look like a genius. Which you are.
Looking for inspiration? Look no further than these 9 creative photo ideas and photography tips to inspire your photography in December 2013.
Looking for inspiration? Look no further than these 9 creative photo ideas and photography tips to inspire your photography in August 2013.
The refraction of light is one of the most commonly observed phenomena and is a perennial favourite of photographers. While talk of bending light waves and the effects they produce may sound like complicated work, it’s actually a rather simple photography effect you can recreate anywhere. Find out below how to capture the refraction of light using a glass of water and a cool background!
In part 2 of our Nikon home projects series, we show you how to create and capture smoke effects using a makeshift home studio and everyday materials.
One of our goals as photographers – after we overcome the common photography problems and improve our skills – is to make original work. But avoid the traps (and tripod holes) of cliched compositions can be incredibly difficult. To help you along we’ve polled our experts and put together 10 of our best creative photography tips.
Find out how to make stunning abstract photos at home by mixing oil and water with a simple, colourful backdrop.
From abstracts to silhouettes, shape photography is often a part of our daily routine. Our latest guide explains how to balance shapes and tones in your compositions.
The Harris Shutter Effect is a process discovered in the days of film photography. It’s achieved by taking a sequence of three exposures on the same frame, with a red, green and blue filter used for each.
However, with Photoshop Elements it’s possible to get the same results using three standard colour images shot in sequence. In our latest Photoshop Elements tutorial we’ll look at how to use Elements to apply colour fills and blending modes to filter the three shots into their component channels.