If you want to make your digital monochrome images or film scans look as good as possible, check out James Paterson's power edits
We have an exciting opportunity for AP readers wishing to learn more about photography by studying online with Michael Freeman, one of the world's most respected and prolific photography writers…
Steichen’s 1904 masterpiece is both a high point of pictorialism and a unique artwork. It’s also one of the world’s most valuable photographs, writes David Clark. We look at what…
Andrew Sydenham tests a flashgun accessory kit
A wintertime trip to the Sierra Nevada led David Clapp to these futuristic-looking radio telescopes. The perfect opportunity for a night shot.
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John Wade looks at the world of panoramic photography, from the days when film cameras were made for truly expansive images
We reveal which cameras, lenses and accessories emerged as winners of the prestigious EISA Awards 2017-2018.
Colour management can feel like a daunting subject at times. Depending on your set up and workflow, there are a wide array of variables which could affect the colour accuracy…
LensCulture looks back at its favourite competition images in a new book
A look at the crowd winner of APOY Round Three: small wonders
AP takes an extended look at Rotolight's innovative new light, designed for both stills and video photographers on the move
In his 55-year career, Steve Schapiro has witnessed many key events in modern US history, and made some of the most enduring images of the civil rights movement. Steve Fairclough…
Many cities look their best at night, but capturing them in all their glory takes preparation and persistence, says David Noton
Light is a photographer’s raw material, the building block that makes or breaks our images. Pro shooter David Noton explains the skill in learning how to see, feel and understand…
The Beatles brought to life in a revealing new book from Harry Benson, covering one of the most iconic bands in history.
Gregory Crewdson at The Photographers' Gallery
Coffee tables have collapsed under the weight of all the books written about bucket-list destinations for the intrepid traveller, so it’s not easy distilling all the must-visit places for travel…
In today's Quick Tips, we look at a tricky portrait technique - but one that pays off when done right. Here's how to shoot backlit portraits
The Museum of London explores London by night