Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. Damien looks at Messing Woods by Bob Hill to offer advice on how it might be improved.
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. Damien looks at Opera House by Phil Yorks to see how it may be improved.
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Lastolite has launched a new collapsible softbox and three new backgrounds designed for portrait photography
In this issue we showcase finalists' images from Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015 and take the new Sony RX1R II for a test run
Shooting multiple exposures with your Nikon DSLR: Thanks to digital, combining two or more images can be as easy or as complicated as you like.
Calumet Photographic is set to host a series of Discover More open days across the UK from tomorrow, designed to improve photography skills and knowledge
We announce the winners of APOY 2015: Lie of the land results
Dust on the sensor. Those are the words that photographers never want to hear. Keeping your sensor clean is always a concern, but lenses need to be changed and mistakes…
Zhongyi Optics (ZY Optics) has revamped its Micro Four Thirds adapters designed for Canon EF-mount and Nikon F-mount lenses
Need some tips for getting the most out of your Autumn photography. We asked a range of experts for their best advice. Jeremy Walker Jeremy is an award-winning photographer specialising…
Canon has revealed a new printer aimed at professional photographers called the imagePROGRAF PRO-1000
A seemingly ordinary woodland can be transformed into a magical place, as Russ Barnes discovers in his advice on photographing woodland
Photo enthusiasts will get the chance to get their hands on a DxO One at a series of events taking place across the UK this autumn.
With the annual deer rut taking, it’s the best time of the year to capture these evocative beasts, as Andrew Mason reveals.
When it comes to drama, natural beauty and sheer variety of subject matter, the coastline is hard to beat as a photographic location. Lee Frost gives us his top tips…
These secretive animals are making a comeback across the UK, but you still need good fieldcraft when photographing otters, as David Tipling explains.
Whether it’s your own family, a friend’s or a relative’s, practically every aspiring photographer has tried their hand at taking family photos at some point in their lifetime. Those who…
If you want a dramatic coastline, the St Abb’s Head reserve in the Scottish Borders is a great location, as Jon Gibbs explains.
Connect with the landscape and your images will be all the better for it, as Paul Sanders explains.