Damien Demolder examines readers' images, offering words of wisdom and constructive advice. Damien looks at the picture 'Walking on Water', by Gary Gudgin, to see how it might be improved.
Get those photos out of the clouds and onto solid paper by printing them, as we take you through how to make prints from your smartphone.
When it comes to drama, natural beauty and sheer variety of subject matter, the coastline is hard to beat as a photographic location. Lee Frost gives us his top tips to photographing the coastline
These secretive animals are making a comeback across the UK, but you still need good fieldcraft when photographing otters, as David Tipling explains.
If you want a dramatic coastline, the St Abb’s Head reserve in the Scottish Borders is a great location, as Jon Gibbs explains.
Connect with the landscape and your images will be all the better for it, as Paul Sanders explains.
After a busy morning watching the migration on the Masai Mara, Phil Hall spoke to wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein for tips on getting the best out of a safari.
We speak to multi award-winning photographer Edmond Terakopian, about his new exhibition Opera by the River, a photographic essay documenting the creative process of putting on an opera.
Top darkroom printer Tim Rudman has produced a book about Iceland that’s been eight years in the making. He talks to Steve Fairclough about how the project was photographed and printed
David Tipling reveals how to get the best shots of seals, these popular wildlife subjects
David Tipling explains how a passion for South Georgia and its wildlife was born out of calamity
Jeremy Walker shows how the contre-jour technique (shooting into the light) can breathe new life into your landscapes
Tom Calton tells you how to make the most out of Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, from speeding up your focusing in live view mode to improving your video quality
Recreate the golden age with our Hollywood lighting guide. Lighting expert Damien Lovegrove explains how.
Bored? In need of photography inspiration? Here are some suggestions for how to keep yourself occupied during the dark rainy nights of winter.
Kate Hopewell-Smith shares her advice about portraiture and light with a packed Nikon School Live audience.
The beginning of autumn is a great time to shoot these migratory birds, explains David Tipling
There’s more to shooting action than a fast shutter speed. Here’s our guide to freezing movement
Craig Roberts discovers the charms of staircases, an often overlooked photographic opportunity
Sail Royal Greenwich 2015 takes place between 27 - 31 August, and offers the perfect opportunity to photograph tall ships. See our guide for expert tips.