The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, announced today, is built to shoot 170 raw files at 14 frames per second before it starts to slow
Got a GoPro but not sure how to get the best out of it? We offer a few ideas for things to do with a…
In the Amateur Photographer digital issue 6 February 2016 we test the Tamron 14-150mm f/3.5-5.8 Di III lens
The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) Collection will transfer to the V&A in London, in a move set to create the ‘world’s foremost collection on the…
An incredible image of a diving kingfisher has won the Societies’ Photographer of the Year title for the UK.
The best images from the 2015 Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year reveal a ‘visual feast of extraordinary, dramatic and atmospheric moments’, say organisers.
Like the look of the new Olympus Pen F? We’ve picked nine key points about the new model to tell you what you need to…
Nikon has released firmware updates for the D3300, D5500 and D5300.
Sony has launched a new line of USB storage devices, offering a read transfer speed of up to 130MB/s.
Manfrotto has released a carbon-fibre version of its 190Go! tripod which debuted last year.
Olympus has turned back the clock to the 1960s by announcing a micro-four-thirds version of the Pen-F, a film-based SLR.
Former 'Doctor Who' star Matt Smith is set to play controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in a biopic, reports claim.
We offer readers the chance to experience the Holy Grail for eclipse chasers.
Sir Kenneth Corfield, the founder of renowned British camera maker K G Corfield, has died aged 91.
This week we ask - Would you lend your camera to a friend?
Digital Issue Amateur Photographer 30 January 2016 Nikon’s Dirk Jesper talks to Michael Topham about the company’s strategy Michael Topham gets hands on with Nikon’s most advanced…
This is the photograph of a regular potato which sold for a somewhat less-than-ordinary €1m.
Here are the nominations for the best products of the year in the Amateur Photographer Awards 2016. We look forward to announcing the winners on…
The winners of an online competition that explored ‘the complexities of ageing’ have been plucked from more than 1,200 entries.
We take a look at some of the best images from the 158th Royal Photographic Society print exhibition, including the three overall winners.