The best camera is the one you have with you, which these days is probably on your phone. It’s no substitute for a DSLR, but…

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Many people regard Flickr as simply a place to show off photographs, but it is much more than an online gallery. Richard Sibley explains how…

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Don’t leave your images languishing on your computer. We suggest ways you can show them off instead...

How to start a photography blog

One of the most popular ways of getting your work online is to start a photography blog. Blogging isn’t difficult, but does require a greater…

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David Moy and Max Schuelein of theprintspace in London talk to Oliver Atwell about the services the company offers and the best materials to mount…

A hood is a key accessory for any lens, protecting it and helping to reduce flare. However, it is seldom included when you buy second-hand.…

Enlarger lenses are among the cheapest good-quality optics available, so they are great for using on your camera to create unique images. Richard Sibley explains…

Matt Golowczynski looks at five things anyone can try to improve their architecture photography, without the need for any specialist equipment...

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Autumn is the most photogenic season, so make the most of it by using our guide on how to shoot great Autumn pictures...

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Our guide to shooting car racing images offers advice on how to snap a fast moving car at an organized track, street or forest event...

Check out our ten top tips for summer photography for some tips and inspiration to take great summer shots...

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In our indoor photography tips and advice, Nigel Atherton shows how to achieve evenly exposed interiors using multiple exposures, while Phil Hall explains how to…

Many city dwellers never pay any attention to the buildings that surround them everyday. Barney Britton takes a fresh look at a familiar landmark -…

Using an aperture that strikes the right balance between depth of field and resolution is essential for getting maximum detail in your images. Angela Nicholson…