Following a serious sporting injury, Simon Baxter discovered that photography was able to provide the solitude and distraction he craves
Sadly the summer is almost on its way out, but that doesn’t mean we have to pack our cameras away. The Autumn may not have the heat, but it certainly offers some wonderful light and colours. We asked professional landscape…
AP meets two regular users of Fat Lama, a camera-renting platform with a difference
It’s never been more important to print easily lost digital images, but the process can be frustrating. Tim Daly shares his cast-iron print workflow for a higher success rate and lower printing costs
A boat graveyard on the Isle of Skye offers plenty of scope for shots of peeling paint and old ropes, says Jeremy Walker
Pro photographer Justin Mott is currently starring in season 2 of bonkers photography competition show Photo Face-Off on History channel Asia, but took a break to share some critical tips for going pro. Enjoy Justin's advice below.
Don’t let your beautifully edited images languish on hard drives. James Paterson has a host of output tips for displaying them
When I’m commissioned, to shoot a portrait, I’m usually given a free hand to photograph the subject in the way I choose. Editors know the kind of images I’m going to produce, so I simply shoot as wide a range…
On a shoot in a cold, draughty country house, fashion photographer Wayne Johns re-imagines an old fairytale with modern technology
If you want to make your digital monochrome images or film scans look as good as possible, check out James Paterson's power edits
A wintertime trip to the Sierra Nevada led David Clapp to these futuristic-looking radio telescopes. The perfect opportunity for a night shot.
In his 55-year career, Steve Schapiro has witnessed many key events in modern US history, and made some of the most enduring images of the civil rights movement. Steve Fairclough finds out more
Many cities look their best at night, but capturing them in all their glory takes preparation and persistence, says David Noton
Light is a photographer’s raw material, the building block that makes or breaks our images. Pro shooter David Noton explains the skill in learning how to see, feel and understand it
In today's Quick Tips, we look at a tricky portrait technique - but one that pays off when done right. Here's how to shoot backlit portraits
Want to travel light but still come home with great images? Matt Golowczynski shows how to lighten your load but raise your hit rate
In his new book, author and military historian Jon Cooksey looks back at the one camera that was able to democratise photography for the troops of the First World War – the Vest Pocket Kodak
Taking some time to set up your camera from the outset will help you get the right settings for the right moment. Angela Nicholson guides you through the process
According to a recent study, many people struggle to tell the difference between images that have between digitally altered and unaltered original images.
It gets a bad rap, but flare can be used to tell a story or enhance the summery mood of landscapes and portraits. Jeremy Walker and Tom Calton show how