Amateur Photographer of the Year 2017, Henrik Spranz, talks to AP about what it takes to come out on top
Discover how to correct all manner of photo problems with these essential Lightroom techniques. James Paterson explains all
Looking for creative ways to shoot landscapes? Chris Dale shows how intentional camera movement can transform even mundane scenes
Stuck for photo inspiration? Award-winning enthusiast Darragh Mason Field explains how highly successful shots can often be found at interesting local events.
Still enthusiastic about photography at 93, Fred Lyon talks to Geoff Harris about the historic, low-light masterpieces in his new book San Francisco Noir
Looking to get great garden bird shots this winter? With RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend, top pro David Tipling shows you how to capture stunning results
For successful street shots give zone focusing a go, think about your angle of view and lens choice, and keep an eye out for interesting reflections
Some important aspects of travel photography include working with the right light, heading out at optimum shooting times and ensuring accurate focusing. Check out the expert tips for this genre
Yoga masters have been shot before, but not in such numbers using the wet collodion process. The man behind this fascinating project, Francesco Mastalia, talks to Geoff Harris
Our experts highlight the importance of working with available weather and light conditions, planning ahead, shooting with JPEGs and getting the maximum depth of field
Is it possible to shoot the same person in 50 different ways and still get creative portraits? The authors of a fascinating new book reveal how, in this case, more is more
Peter Macdiarmid has recently celebrated 30 years as a top news photographer. Steve Fairclough spoke to him about his career thus far
Photographing fireworks is remarkably easy, but a little preparation and thinking will help you get the best shots at this New Year's Eve
Blue Planet II was a stunning BBC TV series documenting the amazing wildlife in our oceans. Steve Fairclough spoke to two of the stills photographers involved
If you’re the designated family photographer when the big day rolls around, be prepared to take Christmas Day photos which are truly album worthy.
Losing sensation in your fingers and being pelted in the eyes by icicles is all in a day’s work if you choose to shoot film in the Arctic, as Paolo Solari Bozzi discovered. Tracy Calder hears his story
Make complicated studio lighting set-ups a thing of the past with this simple technique, says Phil Hall. All you need is a few candles and a fast lens...
When the weather turns cold, moodiness and atmosphere increase tenfold. James Abbott shows you how to take stunning winter landscapes with minimal kit
Have you always wanted your own nature reserve? The truth is, you may already have one, as gardens provide a welcome oasis for birds, especially at Christmas. Luke Massey explains...
It’s a common sight around the UK to see people staring at their phones as they walk along the street, narrowly avoiding potential collisions. Now, Ritzo ten Cate’s street photography project is capturing people on their phones with the aim…