Free night photography cheat sheet: how to shoot popular low-light scenes

Free night photography cheat sheet: shoot any low-light scene

In our latest photography cheat sheet, we’ve seized upon these themes and created a handy flowchart that explains step-by-step how to achieve four of the more popular night photography subjects.

Our night photography cheat sheet shows you how to shoot city scenes, moonlit landscapes, low-light portraits and the ever-popular painting with light.

Building photography: tips for pro results without the specialist gear

Building photography: tips for pro results without the specialist gear

Cities offer huge image potential for photographers with a creative eye, and shooting building photography is a great way to extend your portfolio. You don’t need lots of specialist (and pricey) equipment to for top-notch pictures of buildings; you can get started with just a camera and a few basic lenses.

Interior Photography: 10 quick tips to get you started

How to set up your camera to shoot pictures of buildings both old and new

Interior photography may at first sound fairly easy, but rest assured it is quite challenging. From tricky exposures to mixed lighting causing white balance issues, to hordes of tourists walking through your frame, there are all sorts of problems you must overcome in order to shoot quality interior photography.

How to fix converging verticals in-camera

How to fix converging verticals in-camera: step 1

Using extreme angles and viewpoints can produce striking pictures of buildings. But if you tilt the camera it can look like the building is about to topple over backwards. This effect is called converging verticals. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to easily straighten your pictures of builds using your in-camera editing features.

Set up and shoot pictures of buildings like a pro

How to set up your camera to shoot pictures of buildings both old and new

When architectural photographers take pictures of buildings, their aim is to capture it at its very best. They try to shoot it in the best light, at the best time of day and from the best possible angle – and preferably without any pesky people cluttering it up!

Find out how you can take pictures of buildings like a professional by learning the secrets of getting set up and what gear you’ll need to succeed.