Remote triggers are one of the most valuable photo accessories you can keep in your camera bag. But they can also be one of the most intimidating if you’ve never come across one before. Below we’ve answered some of the most common questions about using remote triggers to get you started.
There are many factors that contribute to how sharp your pictures are, including the quality of the camera lens and how accurately it’s been focused, and the choice of aperture and shutter speed. However, camera shake remains the biggest concern.
Our latest photography cheat sheet shows you the best way to avoid camera shake by showing you the best techniques for using your choice of camera support.
Taking sharp images is the goal of any photographer. In Part 2 of her two-part series, our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, explains some of the best ways photographers have found to get their pictures ultra-sharp.
Confused about how to use your lens’ focal length when composing photos. This quick guide shows you the impact your focal length has on photo composition, and the merits of each.
Follow our tried and tested method for securing cameras that the pros love. We believe this is the best camera strap adjustment you can make. Once you use it you’ll never go back!
What’s the best way to carry a tripod when out on a long shoot? Here we show you three of the best techniques every professional photographer uses.
Want to get better at photographing snow? Here is a selection of our best tutorials on how to take pictures of snow, with tips on everything from exposure to keeping your camera safe.
Taking sharp images is perhaps the ultimate goal of any photographer, and it’s only natural then that over the past 150-odd years photographers have found a number of different ways to achieve it.
In the first of a two-part series, our head of testing Angela Nicholson draws on her wealth of experience and explains all of the methods photographers use to get sharp images.
Aperture, shutter speed and ISO are three photography basics every photographer must learn, as they are the building blocks of exposure. It’s the exposure meter inside your digital camera that essentially brings them all together. The problem is, cameras can be easily fooled.
To help you along in your photographic endeavours, our latest photography cheat sheet draws on the key photography basics of exposure to help you bag a well-lit shot no matter where you may be shooting.
Tired of wasting pictures? Find out how to master spot metering like the pros for perfectly nailed exposures every time.