Using manual mode can be slow and fiddly. So in this tutorial we ask the question: is manual mode still relevant to the digital photographer?
Learn how to master exposure in photography and get pictures with punch by balancing aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
Every photographer aspires to shoot professional-looking images, and in this in-depth tutorial we reveale the recipe that makes up all good outdoor portrait photography, offering expert photography tips on everything you need to know about this subject, from composition and kit to camera tips, flash techniques and more. We’ll start by covering the equipment you’ll… Continue reading
A major bonus of fast lenses is that they allow you to use faster shutter speeds in low light, fending off the problems of both camera shake and motion blur, the latter of which can’t be fixed with any amount of optical image stabilisation.
If you think a cursory read of your camera manual is all you need to know, then think again. There are many hidden power features inside that you often forget are there, and when somebody points them out it’s something of a revelation. With this in mind here is a reminder of some must-know camera tips and not-necessarily-obvious time savers and tweaks….
Here’s a selection of settings that portrait photographers can get wrong – and how to go about fixing them.
The joy of digital photography is that it’s a lot cheaper to learn from common mistakes… provided you know that they’re mistakes in the first place.
Confused by the options on your Nikon camera? The experts at the Nikon magazine N-Photo explain which camera settings you really need to get to grips with, and which you can manage without…
Digital Camera World readers are a clever bunch. In the past we thought we could stump you with our camera connundra, but you’ve proved us wrong. However, we’re certain our new photography quiz will prove a real challenge… Liked this? Test your knowledge at some of our other quizzes! How well do you know your… Continue reading
When it comes to landscape photography you’ve got all the time in the world, right? You’re fully prepared: you’ve scouted a location, got your tripod into position, preselected all the camera settings and all you need to do is wait for the light.