It’s far better to try and get a shot sharp to begin with than try to rescue it on the computer. Here’s a five point checklist to get perfect focus every time.
Get to grips with the basics of shutter speed in photography as we explain everything you need to know to take sharp pictures across a range of exposures.
Find out how to shoot in the water and keep your costly camera and lens safe with a simple, inexpensive underwater camera housing. Water and cameras don’t usually mix. However, there are a wealth of options available to help you take pictures underwater without wrecking your camera. At the top end, you can get hard… Continue reading
Understanding all your camera’s drive mode options can help you take better photos in a wide range of situations, so if you’re not sure what they’re all for you better read this…
What focus points and why are they important? If you’re new to photography you might understandably have a few questions about some of the technology and techniques.
In our latest layman’s guide we answer some of the most common questions photographers have about using focus points.
Take a shot in the dark… but make sure you’ve set up your camera first. Our series of pre-shot checklists continues with a look at the best camera settings for astrophotography.
If you’re looking for photography tips, tricks and techniques, Digital Camera World is a fantastic resource, even if we do say so ourselves. We serve up fresh photo advice daily and have a back catalogue of tutorials to cater for beginners and more experienced photographers alike. But how much of it do you really put… Continue reading
Be prepared to change your settings when you dip into the tiny world of macro. Our series of pre-shot checklists continues with a look at the best camera settings for macro photography.
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.