For long exposures or bright conditions you’ll need to rely on your camera filters. But which set is best? We put six systems to the test…
Do you still need to use filters on your camera lens or is it easy to recreate their effects in Lightroom and Photoshop?
In this quick tutorial we show you how to use a graduated filter the wrong way round when shooting sunsets to create even more striking effects.
Thought camera filters died with film? Think again, as a decent filter kit can still work wonders. Here we round up six of the best filter systems to find out which is the best camera filter system for photographers.
In our latest DIY Photography Hacks tutorial we show you how to use an old pair of sunglasses as a filter to create a variety of photo effects.
With the advances in post-production software, it’s now possible to do almost anything to your images after you’ve fired the shutter, but there’s one filter that’s difficult to replicate effectively, and that’s the polariser filter. In this tutorial we show you 4 simple ways to use your polariser filter to its maximum potential.
Using long exposures to blur moving water is a classic technique, but a similar technique can also be used to great effect to blur scudding clouds. In this tutorial we show you how to calculate exposures with your ND filter to blur moving clouds, giving more impact to your landscape photography.
Frustrated by unattractive water in your landscape photography? Try these simple in-camera tricks for smoothing out ripples in water.
Even though you can achieve many effects in Photoshop, here are five photography filters that no photographer should be without…
The Big Stopper has been a staple of landscape photographers everywhere. Is Lee’s new filter, the Lee Little Stopper just as good? Find out in our review.