Create a still life bokeh backdrop in a way you may not have come across before
In this DIY Photography Hacks tutorial we show you how to create soft shadows and stylish portrait lighting from your own DIY LED ring light.
You’ve mastered long exposures and nailed your colourful sunsets – what’s next? Here is a list of some creative ideas for landscape photography.
This time of year, many of us start thinking about new year’s resolutions for our photography – or more specifically, we begin looking for interesting photography projects to kickstart our creativity.
Our former colleague and avid photographer, Amy Davies, did this by taking the concept of the 365 project to a whole new level. This time last year she vowed to use a different camera every single day of 2014. She managed to do it. And this is her story…
Low-key lighting is great fun to use on an indoor shoot, and all it requires is a DSLR, a tripod and a table lamp. You’ll also need a suitable subject to capture, of course – in this tutorial we’ve selected the classic ‘apples and pears’ for a still life photography setup.
If the hangover of New Year’s eve, the extra pounds gained on the waistline during Christmas and the overdrafts of December have conspired to make your January the Monday of the year, then it´s time you set yourself some goals to aspire to in 2015.
From easy home photography projects you can do today to creative long-terms projects, here are 52 fantastic photo ideas you have to try this year.
Another year is on the books, which gives us a chance to look back at some of the greatest images from 2014. From perfect moments to man’s greatest achievements to man’s inhumanity, here are our 12 favourite photographs from the past years
In our latest DIY Photography Hacks post we show you a very simple way to liven up your parties by making a home-made photo booth.
If you’re new to photography or if you’ve just upgraded to a new camera – perhaps you’ve bought yourself one in the sales – and taking your first pictures with a camera that gives you more control, you’re probably feeling conflicting emotions. On one hand you’re probably itching to get shooting some of the many picture opportunities that abound at Christmas, but on the other feeling a bit daunted and unsure about what to photograph.