It can be difficult to shoot memorable images on a short city break or brief holiday, particularly in packed tourist hotspots. We give you our top quick tips for making the most of your break.
Award winning photographer Stan Raucher talks to us about his recent project, travelling the world's metro systems to capture candid moments of everyday life that reflect the human condition.
‘My head’s kind of spinning,’ Brian May confesses to guests gathered at Dolby’s plush offices in London’s Soho Square to learn about his latest adventures in the world of 3D.
The avocet, the symbol of the RSPB, is a true conservation success story and a great photographic subject, as David Tipling reveals
Controlling the zone of acceptable sharpness is vital to successful image making. We show you how to take control of your depth of field with your Nikon DSLR
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Boxer by Brian Holmes and offers advice on how it might be improved.
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses recomposing an image.
Martyn James Bull tells us how the locations of Didcot’s power stations were plotted to fit with the natural landscape, and his project to recreate the ‘viewpoint’ photographs of the original plans.
Street photographer Dougie Wallace, otherwise known as ‘Glasweegee’, talks to Jade Severs about his project documenting the world of Premier Padmini taxis in Mumbai, India, using flash
There is a raft of customisable options on the Canon EOS 7D Mark II. We guide you to the most useful ones and how to make the most of them
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Jama Masjid Mosque by Tony Beane and offers advice on how it might be improved.
Surrealist photographer Benjamin Von Wong recounts the challenging process behind his stunning underwater shot of one model’s encounter with sharks.
Details in the landscape can be just as rewarding to shoot as sweeping vistas. Lee Frost gives us his 14 top tips for creating stunning abstract landscape images.
Adobe Lightroom is the most popular image editing software on the market. We find out what it can do and how it can be used to benefit your photography
With poor weather conditions hampering his creativity, landscape photographer Russ Barnes was forced to look a little closer to home during his lunch break
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses how to change perspective.
While it’s easy for us to pay attention to the technical aspects of photography, knowing the rules of composition are just as critical, as Kate Hopewell-Smith explains
We chat with Thomas Dukes, curator of the Open 2: Pieces of You exhibition, which explores how we gather and make meaning of our experiences.
Weather not playing ball? Don't cancel your wildlife shoot. David Tipling says we should embrace photography in bad weather and make use of its dramatic potential.
Stu Meech explains his approach to photographing the natural world, and how shooting portrait format landscapes can help bring a fresh perspective to familiar scenes.