Steve Schapiro march to Montgomery

Fighting for rights: Steve Schapiro

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

Outdoor light Salisbury Cathedral

Complete guide to outdoor light

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

The Vest pocket kodak and the first world war

The Vest Pocket Kodak: the soldier’s kodak

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

Perfect camera set-up

Your perfect camera set-up

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

Lens flare

How to use lens flare properly

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

Golf Photography tips with Kevin Murray

Kevin Murray has photographed nearly 300 golf courses to date, and his previous clients include World Atlas of Golf, St Andrews Links and Rolex who has used his imagery in its global advertising campaigns. As staff photographer for Golf Monthly…

Summer Solstice Tips

Summer Solstice photography tips

Summer solstice offers the longest period of daylight in the year for inhabitants of the northern hemisphere and if the weather is favourable, which it is this year for most of us, it’s photographer’s dream. If you are hoping to…