film

Fancy shooting things old-style? Film might surprise you with its creative possibilities. Andrew Sanderson explains the basics

Star trails with the ruin of a priory in the foreground

It’s still possible to get unpolluted views of the night sky in the UK. Andrew Whyte reveals how to capture the heavens at their best…

Andrew Sanderson demonstrates how easy, beneficial and enjoyable it can be to process your own photographs in our essential guide to processing film

Darkroom printing isn’t as difficult as you may think and it can be done without a great deal of expense. Andrew Sanderson runs through the…

If you don’t have a winter scene suitable for a Christmas card, fear not, as Andrew Sydenham reveals how you can fake it in a…

Christmas Photo Project - Gardens 3

Your garden may be awash with colour in summer, but winter can reveal a more subtle beauty that’s equally satisfying to photograph. Clive Nichols explains...…

Christmas Photo Projects Food 3

Everything from mince pies to a celebratory glass of champagne or even Christmas dinner itself can make a fantastic photographic subject. Here’s how you can…

Pleasing bokeh always enhances an image, but modifying it can introduce a fun, Christmas-themed twist. Callum McInerney-Riley explains how to do it

There are plenty of ways to improve the performance of your digital darkroom, from the hardware you use to the processes you put in place

The best advice to focus on when it comes to choosing and using lenses...

Making a book

Rather than getting a company to make a photo book for you, why not try making your own? It’s not as hard as you might…

Watermarking image

Callum McInerney-Riley explains how to optimise your images for use online and the precautions to take to prevent them being stolen