Keep your camera gear in top condition by avoiding these 9 common cleaning mistakes.
Capture all the high-speed action, whatever the sport or conditions, with the right settings dialled into your camera. Our series of pre-shoot checklists continues with a look at the best camera settings for panning images of sports.
Manual exposure mode is the ideal choice when you want to control both depth of field and movement blur because you set aperture and shutter speed. It can be daunting to use on the first few occasions so we’ve put together a short list of dos and don’t to keep on the right track. Do… Continue reading
Digital camera tips for photographers at every level of ability. Learn how to get your pictures right in-camera to save yourself from having to edit photos later.
Our series of pre-shot checklists continues with a look at some of the best camera settings for freezing action.
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.