The life of famous landscape photographers can appear to be a glamorous mix of travelling to distant exotic photo locations, taking a few photos in glorious golden light, selling them onto international clients for a fortune before deciding where to travel to next!
The reality is very different. But that doesn’t mean you can’t start living the dream now and selling a few of your best pics to magazines, publishers, calendar companies and more. They might even help you pay for your next lens!
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post our pro takes our apprentice on a quest to capture brilliant seaside sunset photography.
The chance find of a hoard of Victorian photographs of ‘famous feet’ is being hailed as a discovery of great historic and artistic significance, as David Clark reports.
In our new Sunday series on Digital Camera World, we select pictures by famous photographers and explain point by point what makes them work.
In our latest instalment we look closely at an amazing landscape shot by Joe Cornish, who tells us how he composed and shot this stunning scene in the glorious peaks of England’s Lake District.
The Sony World Photography Awards 2013 winners in the Open, Youth and 3D categories have been announced today. Click to see inside a gallery of all the winning pictures.
In a new series to run every Sunday on Digital Camera World, we’re going to select pictures by famous photographers and explain point by point what makes them work.
In our first instalment we look closely at an amazing animal portrait by Tim Flach, from his project More Than Human. Here’s how he achieved this dramatic image.
In Part 2 of our series speaking to women photographers about what it’s like being a photographer in a business largely dominated by men, we spoke with leading wedding and lifestyle photographer Kate Hopewell-Smith to find out her views.
In a new series on Digital Camera World we speak with a number of women photographers working in various roles in the photographic industry – some as educators, some reviewers and others as jobbing pros. We ask each of them to tell us what it’s like being a photographer in a business that is largely dominated by men.
To start things off we will hear from two women photographers working closely with the Digital Camera World team – our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, and one of our top contributors, wedding and portrait photographer Kelly Weech. And we also hear from portrait photographer and trainer Annabel Williams, who tells us about her experiences starting out.
When it comes to improving your photography, the best advice you can get is from the working pros themselves. Here we’ve gathered together 100 tips from famous photographers, and have included jargon-free advice on everything from the gear you need right through to selling your photos.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, leading wildlife and nature photographer Heather Angel shows our apprentice essential camera skills for taking close-up photography of insects and other small subjects.