Do you know how to create converging lines and control vanishing points? In this video tutorial on understanding perspective in photography we show you how to use angles to master the third dimension.
What is aspect ratio in photographic terms? If image format is something that you tend to decide when processing files then perhaps it’s time you started using your camera’s aspect ratio settings. Angela Nicholson explains.
To help you get the most from your photography time, we’ve come up with our list of the top 150 photography tips and techniques to help you get better images. You’ll find all you need to know here, from the basics of setting up your camera and planning your shoot, to how to achieve well-exposed and sharp shots with the minimum of fuss.
Take your landscape photos to the next level with these creative composition and framing tricks.
When you find a great subject or location that inspires you, make the most of it by really working the scene to maximise your chances of shooting a perfect image. Here’s how it’s done…
Using natural patterns in photography is a great way to improve your compositional skills, and can also help transform the ordinary into something extraordinary, as nature pro Mark Hamblin explains…
What is photo composition and why is it important? If you’re new to photography you might understandably have a few questions about how to compose a photograph. In our latest layman’s guide we answer some of the most common questions new photographers have.
Want to shoot an original image of a familiar landmark? Or perhaps a quirky portrait of a friend? In this tutorial we’ll show you how to photograph reflections in puddles to create pictures that look different than the norm.
In this quick video tutorial we’ll show you how to compose and shoot sideways photos of people turn the world on its head!
It’s a new year, and many of you are probably getting to grips with new cameras! In their first guest blog post of 2015, the team at Photoventure suggest ten photography techniques you can use everyday to help improve your images and become a better photographer.