In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post our professional photographer takes our apprentice to the slopes in Switzerland for an Alpine adventure in ski photography.
In Part 3 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 Catherine Connor of Aspire training to get her outlook on what the guide book aren’t telling us.
Sometimes amazing photos are made when all you can think about is getting somewhere warm! In his latest guest blog post, professional photographer David Clapp explains how forces of nature combined to give him an unconventional photo composition.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post we set up indoors, as our pro shares his best interior photography tips for taking perfectly lit photos at home.
A new in-depth study on the use of images by photo-sharing websites and other social media suggests that some of the most popular names are removing photographers’ metadata from photos.
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, our professional photographer shows our apprentice some simple animal photography tips that are relevant for any type of species you want to shoot, whether in the wild or in your local safari park.
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.
Professional photographer Guy Edwardes shows us what’s in his camera bag that allows him to be so versatile with his photography. From flash extenders to super-telephoto lenses, here is what one successful pro uses day in and day out.
Our friends at Photoventure recently offered some interesting advice for sharing photos online. Taking criticism is always hard, but knowing how – and when – to accept or dismiss what others say about your images is one of the key lessons to learn in your development as a photographer. Check out their advice inside. Do you agree?
In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post we get a bit niche – and a bit wet! Find out how to take incredible pictures of castles that utilise the natural elements to add drama.