Quick tips: Comedy moments

Photographing funny moments can be a challenge, not least because they're so often fleeting. Let's have a look at some quick tips for making the moment count

Harry Borden Survivor

Harry Borden: Surviving history

Although famous for his celebrity portraits, Harry Borden’s first book is a moving collection of Holocaust survivor portraits. It was partly an exploration of his own cultural heritage, he tells David Clark

Paul Hackett Kingfisher

Guide to digiscoping

If you're a birder hoping to record a rare species, or a photographer looking to broaden your creativity, a spotting scope could be handy, says Paul Hackett

Oscar Dewhurst Foxes

Wildlife watch: Foxes

Foxes always make great subjects but in winter you have the chance to capture them in frost and snow, as Oscar Dewhurst reveals

Quick sand

Creative Photoshop: Quick sand

Persuading her model to lie in a chilly wading pool was one of the challenges facing Jane Long as she set out to create this striking composite

Amy Drucker Family Portraits

How to shoot family portraits

It's always a good time for candid images of young family members that you will treasure all year round. Amy Drucker shares her insights and tips on shooting family portraits

Pete Reed Sunset from the Rialto Venice

Going for gold: Pete Reed interview

In between being a three-times Olympic gold-medal winner and Royal Navy officer, Pete Reed is a keen photographer. Geoff Harris catches up with him for a chat

Adrian Boot punk

Shooting punk: Adrian Boot talks about his career

Since the 1970s, Adrian Boot has photographed famous musicians, including the superstars of punk, reggae and rock. He spoke to Steve Fairclough about his career and his new exhibition of punk pictures