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High contrast is tough to master but can yield excellent results. We show you how to shoot high-contrast landscapes and high-contrast portraits in our expert's…

There really isn’t anything to be scared of when it comes to understanding focal length. We break it down in our focal length explained expert's…

Essential Filters - Neutral Density Sample

Though you can do a lot of tricks in Photoshop, there are some filters that every photographer should own. Here’s our guide to the essential…

  In a DSLR, the aperture is situated in the lens between the front and rear elements. A series of usually 8 or 9 metal…

  There are those who say that the only true exposure tool in photography is the shutter speed. Exposure could be defined as the length…

Masting Focusing - Predictive Autofocus

  Focusing is an integral part of any camera operation. Whether you are using a basic point-and-shoot model, or something that enables you to fine-tune…

How to Shoot Infrared Photography

  Colour, as we see it, is only a small part of the light spectrum. Ranging from violet to deep red it occupies wavelengths from…

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Follow our guide to photography viewpoints and camera angles for tips on viewpoints to shoot low and how to utilise viewpoint to photograph from up…

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Metering explained: Learn to take control of your exposures and get perfect images even in difficult situations

LCDs and Viewfinder Types The LCD screen One of the primary camera viewing options, all digital cameras have an LCD screen to review your pictures…

DSLR menus offer a bewildering list of options to control every facet of your picture taking. Get to grips with our DSLR menu guide

Depth of Field Explained

Not sure how to utilise depth of field in your images? We explain everything you need to know in Depth of Field Explained

Once you've taken your picture, you may want to take a look at it, but there are other things you can do too, using your…