Are you struggling to get sharp images with your super-telephoto lens, even when you use a tripod? Your problem is due to mirror bounce. In this quick guide we’ll show you four simple ways you can keep it at bay.
Don’t waste time juggling the ISO between shots! In this tutorial we show you why Auto ISO can work in your favour when light levels are low and unpredictable.
As our Shoot Like A Pro series on mastering some of the basic camera techniques continues, we look at your camera’s white balance settings and how you can get the most accurate colours possible.
Nikon DSLRs come with a variety of connectors for a diverse range of Nikon accessories. In this complete guide to your camera’s sockets and connectors we’ll show you how and where to connect your Nikon accessories to your DSLR. And even if you’re loyal to another brand, we’re certain you’ll find this tutorial and cheat sheet useful!
While it can take years to master the camera techniques you need to take amazing images, whatever your skill level and whatever you choose to shoot, it often pays to keep things simple. Here we’ve put together 10 essential camera techniques every photographer should master.
As photographers, we put so much effort into some things that we often overlook the really obvious. In their latest guest post the photo management and Canon Project1709 experts at Photoventure sh are ten things that we all know we should be doing, but that a huge number of photographers don’t do.
Photographers run into all sorts of problems when they take out their flashgun. In this quick tutorial we highlight the three most common flash photography problems and what you can do to avoid them.
Never let your landscape shots be thwarted by wonky horizons again! Here’s how…
In this quick guide to off-camera flash we explain everything you need to know about how to take control of lighting.
If you’re new to photography and are lucky enough to have been given a camera for Christmas, or perhaps you’ve bought one in the sales, you may need a few tips on how to set up a camera for the first time. Our head of testing Angela Nicholson is on hand with all the information you need.