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Photo Appraisal: Street at Night

Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. Damien looks at 'Street at night' by Alexey Samoylenko

Sensor Cleaning

Dealing with sensor dust on your Nikon DSLR

Dust on the sensor. Those are the words that photographers never want to hear. Keeping your sensor clean is always a concern, but lenses need to be changed and mistakes do happen. Sometimes, little particles can creep into the places…

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14 Autumn photography tips

Need some tips for getting the most out of your Autumn photography. We asked a range of experts for their best advice.  Jeremy Walker Jeremy is an award-winning photographer specialising in high-quality landscape and location photography around the world for…

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Photo Appraisal: Old Age

Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. Damien looks at 'Old age' by Simon James, to see how it might be improved.

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Photo Appraisal: Walking on water

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.

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Wildlife Watch: Photographing otters

These secretive animals are making a comeback across the UK, but you still need good fieldcraft when photographing otters, as David Tipling explains.

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Shooting the Masai Mara

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.

Opera by the River pic by Edmond Terakopian

Opera by the River photo exhibition

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.

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Tim Rudman: Darkroom master

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