One of the first rules of photography is that the subject should be sharp. Most modern cameras offer a number of ways of achieving sharp photos, and in this post we’re going to look at the most important digital camera focus techniques and the best settings to use. We’ll look at how to select the AF point and which focus mode to use.
Most of us would love to spend more time taking photographs, but work and everyday life often gets in the way. However, if you follow these tips you’ll become more effective, take better shots and make more use of the time you have available for photography.
From bracketing and AE Lock to exposure compensation and more, learn when it’s best to use each different option for adjusting exposure so that you get it right every time.
It’s easy to pick up a bad photography habit, but hard to shake it off. Let’s put an end to that in 2016! Here’s our take on some common photography mistakes and spoilers, and steps to take to kick these bad habits into touch…
Photography comes naturally to some people, but most of us need a little practice. Adopting these routines can help.
The next generation of a camera doesn’t always offer a huge step forward and the expense of upgrading might not seem worthwhile. Here we take a look at some of the key reasons to upgrade to a new camera and the benefits they bring.
Snapping a double exposure with a Canon DSLR is now easier than ever thanks to Canon’s in-camera multiple exposure mode, included in the 1D X, 5D Mk III,
7D Mk II, 6D and 70D. Read on to discover how to get the best results from this nifty feature.
Professional photographers tend to think differently – or more accurately, they have a different set of attitudes and mental checklists as they approach a shoot. Here are 10 ways you can raise your photographic game by thinking more ‘pro like…’
If you’re new to photography and daunted by the learning curve, here’s how to achieve six things that beginner photographers most commonly ask us about.
In our latest layman’s guide we explain the camera setting that gives you control over the shutter, Bulb Mode.