Noted landscape photographer David Clapp tells Geoff Harris how he has discovered the joys of colour negative film
Booked Images has expanded its line of hand-bound coffee-table photobooks with the addition of a new ‘premium’ option.
While blur is a pain when you want to keep all aspects of a shot pin sharp, such as an image of a sweeping landscape or formal portrait, it’s a…
If you’re into photography and music, the chance to shoot a live concert ticks two big boxes. Gig photography isn’t easy, though, and even pros have to work under tough…
Paul Hobson explains why the hedgehog, that large prickly ball that snuffles through the undergrowth, makes a great subject
Leading landscape and wildlife photographer Guy Edwardes talks to Geoff Harris about how to make blur and camera shake a thing of the past
The Royal Photographic Society is planning a two-day wedding photography workshop in Lacock, Wiltshire from 17-18 September.
Movement has always played a big part in my landscape photography. The ripples in a river, waves crashing on the shore and the wind in the trees all serve to…
Sharpening your image is a vital finishing touch when processing raw files. Here’s how to go about it.
DxO OpticsPro 11 aims to correct the optical flaws of your lenses and squeeze the best out of your camera’s raw files. Alex Krube tries it out
Levon Biss has spent more than two years creating stunning insect portraits using a unique microscopic shooting set-up, as he explains to Steve Fairclough
From holding their breath to leaning against walls, photographers have lots of tricks for getting sharp images when they’re handholding their cameras. Thanks to technology their images could be sharper…
AP puts the VisibleDust Arctic Beez to the test
Learning to control the zone of acceptable sharpness in an image is pivotal to its success, says Tracy Calder. Here are some of her depth of field tips
We give you our top tips for making the most of reflections, including puddles, bodies of water and objects in glass.
Trying to rescue an out-of-focus picture post-capture often leads to disappointment. Luckily, there is plenty you can do before you release the shutter to ensure super-sharp results
Andrew Scriven discusses the importance of confidence and his unusual shot of a dance performed by Maasai villagers in Tanzania
Painting with light is nothing new: in fact, the technique can be seen in an image dating back to 1889, when Étienne-Jules Marey and Georges Demeny attached incandescent bulbs to…
Read our letter of the week, from an Amateur Photographer reader, sharing their views and opinions about a photography related subject. Find out how to submit your own letter to…
Through his photography, Terence Donovan captured the 1960s’ spirit like nobody else, photo historian Robin Muir tells David Clark