Getting everything ready before you head out will save you trying to change settings in near-darkness. Our series of pre-shot checklists continues with a look at the best camera settings for night cityscapes and traffic trails.
Should you use autofocus or manual focus? The truth is, there are times when one or the other is more advantageous. In this quick guide we explain when to use manual focus, and when to avoid it.
Do you find your camera’s complex AF options confusing? We get back to basics and answer the question, ‘What is autofocus anyway?’ in full and jargon-free.
Setting a camera’s sensitivity or ISO value is an essential part of setting exposure. But what is ISO anyway? Here are six things you should know about your camera’s sensitivity settings.
Our series of pre-shot checklists continues with a look at some of the best camera settings for outdoor portrait photography. While variable lighting conditions can present challenges,
you can still set up your camera in advance… here’s how.
Get more from your EOS camera with this exhaustive guide full of Canon photography tips.
Learn three simple ways to add shadow detail to your photos and give them more impact when shooting in difficult condition.
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.
As our series of pre-shot checklists continues we take a look at some of the best camera settings for window-lit portraits.
A sturdy tripod helps you stay steady. Coupled with a remote release, your shots will be as sharp as possible. Here are three types of common photographic subjects that are easier captured with a tripod and a remote release.