Hundreds of accessories pass through our reviewers’ hands every year, so with Christmas fast approaching we’ve picked some of our favourites under £50

Following a career change over a decade ago, to follow a life long ambition of becoming a photographer and filmmaker, Clive Booth has worked for…


Filters are a failsafe way of getting great landscape and travel shots in-camera. James Abbott shares some essential filter tips for perfect exposures every time

Lightroom search

Does the new version of the much-loved Lightroom editor have the edge over its Classic companion? James Paterson weighs the pros and cons of each

Autumn macro

The leaves are turning, fungi are sprouting on the forest floor, and wildlife is hoarding food – autumn is the perfect time to refine your…

Pedro Jarque Krebs Bird Photographer of the Year

The results of Bird Photographer of the Year 2018 are in! We speak to the winners to find out their top tips for bird portraiture


However strong your subject, your images stand or fall by the quality of the compositions. Ian Plant shares some tips for framing with impact

Award for most gravity-defying trousers It must take this representative of Three Legged Thing a while to get through airport security Award for ‘don’t try…

  Brighton is home to two piers, the UK’s tallest moving observation tower, the country’s most eccentric palace, and Britain’s biggest marketplace for used cameras…

The winners where whittled down from almost 1,000 entries, and the prize for the overall winner was awarded to Chris Herring for his entry, ‘Fighting…

Manual masterclass

Modern cameras are very clever but sometimes manual exposure, focusing and flash is still the best option. James Abbott gives a manual masterclass