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
Take a trip into the reptile realm with wildlife photographer Jason Steel. He passes on his tips and tricks for photographing reptiles to get you started
Two complementary styles unite in the work of Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb. They talk to Oliver Atwell
In autumn many species of waders head south and settle around the UK coastline. Oscar Dewhurst explains how best to capture them
If you have kit aspirations beyond your budget, maybe it’s time to take a look at renting some gear. Angela Nicholson explains what you need to know
Knowing what to do when the unthinkable happens can save your sanity as well as your images and kit. Angela Nicholson has tips to guide you back from the brink in various hair-raising situations
Following a serious sporting injury, Simon Baxter discovered that photography was able to provide the solitude and distraction he craves
Sadly the summer is almost on its way out, but that doesn’t mean we have to pack our cameras away. The Autumn may not have the heat, but it certainly offers some wonderful light and colours. We asked professional landscape…
AP meets two regular users of Fat Lama, a camera-renting platform with a difference
It’s never been more important to print easily lost digital images, but the process can be frustrating. Tim Daly shares his cast-iron print workflow for a higher success rate and lower printing costs
A boat graveyard on the Isle of Skye offers plenty of scope for shots of peeling paint and old ropes, says Jeremy Walker
Pro photographer Justin Mott is currently starring in season 2 of bonkers photography competition show Photo Face-Off on History channel Asia, but took a break to share some critical tips for going pro. Enjoy Justin's advice below.
Don’t let your beautifully edited images languish on hard drives. James Paterson has a host of output tips for displaying them
When I’m commissioned, to shoot a portrait, I’m usually given a free hand to photograph the subject in the way I choose. Editors know the kind of images I’m going to produce, so I simply shoot as wide a range…
On a shoot in a cold, draughty country house, fashion photographer Wayne Johns re-imagines an old fairytale with modern technology