Tips and techniques on a range of photography skills, and advice from experts on specific photography techniques.

Water search for spinning foam

Reflect on how you can improve your water photography skills as professionals Guy Edwardes, Ross Hoddinott and Claire Gillo share their top tips

WhiteWall Paper Development

We reveal WhiteWall’s ultimate printing guide for turning your photographs into works of art

Headshots clamshell lighting set-up

We visit the studio of professional portrait photographer Chris Bailey to see how he shoots headshots using Rotolight's AEOS and NEO 2 LEDs

Lith printing

With renewed interest among photographers in the classic process of lith printing, Mike Crawford reveals the technique and materials for best results

Masters of Street Photography Ed Peters Untitled Manhattan

A new book sees leading street photographers share their words of wisdom. Geoff Harris takes a look at current trends and best practice

DIY hacks coffee cup flare

Why max out a credit card on accessories when you can make simple tools yourself? Matty Graham shows how to get great shots for less

Lighting shooting against the light

During the course of just 24 hours the colour, intensity and direction of natural light changes dramatically, leading to countless photographic opportunities, says John Wade

Newborn photography props

What’s the difference between baby and newborn photography? Plenty, says leading practitioner Kristina Mack who shares a few of her trade secrets

Claire Gillo light

Professional photographers from across the globe reveal their top tips for shooting environmental portraits, documentary portraiture, weddings, action portraits and professional headshots

Lunar photography Corfe Castle

Including the moon in a landscape image has its challenges, but Ollie Taylor knows how to overcome them and make the most of two popular…

Avoid the cliches

Bagging an iconic landscape is great for many photographers, but knowing when to explore alternatives is vital for expressing identity as an artist, says David…