Buying a camera outright is an expensive thing to do. Could leasing cameras in the future be the way to go?
We’re urged to take fewer flights, which raises some big questions for keen travel photographers
Manual focus lenses still have a valuable contribution to make in the era of artificial intelligence, Eye AF and subject tracking
How a trip to buy a new toaster led to the discovery of a versatile, inexpensive lens and an opportunity to revisit composition values
Mirrorless cameras should come with a gaming mode. No, seriously, it could make you a better photographer
In today's world of censored journalism avoiding unflattering photographs has a chilling effect on photojournalism
With so many people taking pictures on cameras or smartphones, when can you truly call yourself a photographer?
We need to take responsibility for our photographs while we can, to avoid those le behind having to do all the work
If there wasn’t a market for high-priced limited-edition cameras, such things wouldn’t exist. Richard states his case with Leica cameras
Talk about the many highs of photography – the highest museum dedicated to mountain photography is located at 2275m in the Pustertal Valley, South Tyrol,…
After years of using DSLRs, Martin Evening decided to venture into the world of mirrorless cameras. Here’s what he learned.
Andy Westlake investigates how mirrorless compact system cameras have advanced since their inception just eight years ago.
Generations of photographers have been taught to use f/8 for sharpest results. Andy Westlake investigates whether this is still a good rule
Nicole Tung, USA www.nicoletung.com Documentary and reportage photography are fast becoming our most vital assets in terms of getting to grips with a world that…
It’s always risky for an academic to stray too far from a core expertise. Expertise comes from the time taken to pursue a subject in…
The latest ‘must-have’ camera may be nice to own, but AP reader Dave Bloor questions where great photography really comes from
It pays to keep your less-than-perfect images to avoid missing out on past memories, says Jon Bentley
Tony Kemplen remembers the Vesna – a 35mm viewfinder camera built in Russia in the early sixties, perhaps best described as ‘a bit of a…
LG’s recently launched G4 flagship smartphone is a serious alternative to the more established competition from Apple and Samsung. Lars Rehm finds out more
Are disposable selfies equivalent to the Victorian portraits of yesteryear? Mike Smith has his doubts