Taking better pictures doesn’t mean investing in expensive new gear. Craig Roberts explains the simple cost-effective ways you can improve your photography
Legendary nature and conservation photographer Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols’ new book, A Wild Life, is a visual biography of his life. Steve Fairclough spoke to him about his illustrious career.
Glasgow-based photographer Margaret Mitchell took the Gold Award in The Royal Photographic Society's (RPS) International Photography Exhibition with four images from her series In This Place.
Images of insects in mid-flight are fairly commonplace now, but it was only in the early 1970s that British photographer Stephen Dalton became the first person to succeed in capturing them. He returns with a new book about his private…
The sheer abundance of autumn leaves make them a great subject to photograph, but how do you approach windblown foliage?
Capturing shy nocturnal animals, like badgers, is a big challenge in wildlife photography. Tesni Ward shares her low-light secrets and reflects on her career so far.
The release of a new Frans Lanting book is always a photographic event. Keith Wilson talks to the master about his latest work, which celebrates the landscape, people and wildlife of Africa over four decades
Wildlife photographer Franco Banfi talks about his striking photograph of a pod of sleeping sperm whales
If you’re stuck for a photo project idea look no further than your own neighbourhood. Here three photographers show us what’s on their doorstep
Photo opportunities abound at small gigs. Two experienced band photographers share their tips for memorable images with Geoff Harris
Tony Sellen, who’s won plaudits in both the EISA Maestro and APOY competitions, discusses his minimalist approach
With Fashion Week season upon us, we find out what it’s like to be a top fashion photographer, as Amanda Thomas talks about her typical day
James Paterson reveals a host of obscure techniques and out-of-the-way tools to enhance your images and improve your Lightroom work flow
It’s now easier than ever to use old manual-focus lenses on your camera. Andy Westlake talks you through how to get the most out of them, from shooting to image processing
For Craig Reilly, changing cameras led to a complete change of direction, and he hasn’t looked back since.
What happened when Harry Borden met the man who changed the face of British documentary photography?
Most of us have got a ‘retro’ filter lurking at the back of a cupboard, but are any of them actually still useful? David Noton puts his reputation on the line and admits to some shameful past habits
Photography is an expensive pastime, but it’s not all about spending thousands on the latest DSLR. Four top pros and eight readers reveal some clever ways of keeping costs down
Robert Canis reveals the story as well as the technique behind his beautiful silhouetted image of a white helleborine at twilight
For ex-convict Donato Di Camillo, photography has provided him with a new purpose in life, as he tells Geoff Harris