Just because it’s miserable outside doesn’t mean you can’t take great winter photos. With a bit of imagination and perhaps some warm clothes, there is no reason your photography has to hibernate for the winter.
Winter offers some wonderful picture-taking opportunities, both outdoors and in, and we hope this list of 53 photo ideas inspires you to crawl out from under your duvet. Snow, rain and frost make great subjects, and the constantly changing light can be both a challenge and a revelation.
Polar explorer Ben Saunders shares his adventure photography tips for getting great images in extreme environments like the Arctic
Seize the day and get out there with your DSLR – from sunrise to sunset and into the dead of night. It’s your 24 hour guide to creative landscape photography…
Past judges from the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year competition offer their advice for success in future competitions
Stick to your camera’s auto settings and all your shots will look the same, and you might not always get the results you’re after. Here’s how to explore your camera’s settings in depth…
Reduce the time you spend trying to rescue under- and over-exposed photos in Photoshop by getting the shots right first time in-camera
Set the right combination of aperture and shutter speed and you’ll notice an immediate difference in your photography
You can control the way that movement is captured in your pictures by getting to grips with your camera’s full range of shutter speeds
Learn how to read your camera’s exposure meter and alter key
camera settings that enable you to get exposures just right
Focus and drive settings are often overlooked by photographers, but they are essential for coping with challenging situations