No one in Britain is more than 70 miles from the sea. We asked finalists of this year’s Shipwrecked Mariners' Society photographic competition for their tips on photographing it
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo editing and post-processing problems. Here he looks at optimising sharpness
Get to know the updated versions of Lightroom – CC and Classic – and discover a host of powerful new features. James Paterson lights your way
Your lenses are a vital part of your photographic kit but are you getting the best from them? Angela Nicholson has a few suggestions that will help you get to know them and extend your creative range
It’s an exciting challenge to take on a dark, star-filled night as a photographer. Grab your last chance to shoot the Milky Way in landscapes
Whether you want to boost your camera's light sensitivity or shutter speeds, James Abbott reveals how to get more from ISO
Get to grips with the most powerful tonal tool that Lightroom has to offer with James Paterson’s 20 essential tips
Throwing the exposure rule book out of the window can be a fantastic way to produce some creative images. Work with your camera to under or overexpose your images deliberately in order to create a range of interesting effects
Michael Donald travelled the world to photograph every living goalscorer in a FIFA World Cup Final for his new book GOAL! Steve Fairclough spoke to him
If you're planning to take some spooky shots this Halloween evening, make sure you check out our guide to night landscape photography
From locking antlers to grazing quietly in the morning mist, red deer are a gift to photographers, says Oscar Dewhurst
Roger Hicks gives us his expert advice on how to set up your first photography exhibit
Taking better pictures doesn’t mean investing in expensive new gear. Craig Roberts explains the simple cost-effective ways you can improve your photography
Legendary nature and conservation photographer Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols’ new book, A Wild Life, is a visual biography of his life. Steve Fairclough spoke to him about his illustrious career.
Glasgow-based photographer Margaret Mitchell took the Gold Award in The Royal Photographic Society's (RPS) International Photography Exhibition with four images from her series In This Place.
Images of insects in mid-flight are fairly commonplace now, but it was only in the early 1970s that British photographer Stephen Dalton became the first person to succeed in capturing them. He returns with a new book about his private…
The sheer abundance of autumn leaves make them a great subject to photograph, but how do you approach windblown foliage?
Capturing shy nocturnal animals, like badgers, is a big challenge in wildlife photography. Tesni Ward shares her low-light secrets and reflects on her career so far.
The release of a new Frans Lanting book is always a photographic event. Keith Wilson talks to the master about his latest work, which celebrates the landscape, people and wildlife of Africa over four decades
Wildlife photographer Franco Banfi talks about his striking photograph of a pod of sleeping sperm whales