The combo of strawberries and milk is a staple of TV cereal ads, and in this tutorial we show you how to shoot split-second splash photography.
Learn how to track fast-moving subjects using so-called ‘focus tracking’ for pin-sharp action shots.
New cameras, lenses and accessories open up the possibility of fresh adventures in photography. In reality though, most of us have to make do with what we’ve got, upgrading to new camera kit as and when we can afford it. With that in mind, here are 15 suggestions to help improve your photography without splashing out on new gear.
Dust, dirt and moisture can all take their toll on your expensive kit, so it pays to keep it all in tip-top condition. Here’s a five-item camera cleaning checklist that every photographer should read…
Although tripods and monopods are the usual tools of choice for supporting a camera and keeping it still, they’re not the only solution. Take a look at a few of these ideas that can help with capturing shake-free images.
When is it safe hand hold a camera? Camera movement is a major cause of blur in images. Our friends at the Nikon magazine N-Photo put together this wonderful cheat sheet explaining the relationship between camera shake and focal length.
In this shutter blending tutorial we’ll show you how to combine images to show both a split second and a longer stretch of time.
It’s not just the speed of your subject that counts, it’s where you stand and the angle you shoot from. Discover how to shoot fast-moving objects like a pro with our new photography cheat sheet!
The saying ‘practice makes perfect’ is as valid for photography as any other activity, so in their latest guest post our friends at Photoventure have put together a collection of exercises that will help you become a better photographer.
Every digital camera has a plethora of different features and functions, but it can be bewildering to know which ones to use and when, so we’ve come-up with the five essential features that you need to master to help you get perfect results every time.