Andrew Mason explains how Padley Gorge, nestled in the Peak District National Park, is great for landscape photographers
Despite autofocus technologies, manual focus remains an important feature in photography. Matt Golowczynski looks at how best to use this tool
Stuart Franklin, former president of Magnum Photos and author of the book The Documentary Impulse, which examines the human drive to document the world, talks to Steve Fairclough about his new book and the current state of documentary photography
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he looks at lightening a shot's exposure in post-processing
When you're out on the street it's important to know your rights, says Tracy Calder. Follow our tips, and you'll be well on your way to staying safe and streetwise
'Spend it on the lens' goes the famous adage. So what lenses do award-winning shooters from a variety of genres use, and why?
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he looks at how to apply a lens profile
Architecture may be everywhere but with a little imagination, it can provide some amazing images. Lee Frost give his advice on getting creative with architecture photography
Sometimes DSLR autofocus systems need a little nudging to ensure the subject stays sharp. Angela Nicholson explains all you need to know about how to adjust autofocus on your camera
Shooting time-lapses has got a lot easier with today’s DSLRs. Top practitioner and author Mark Higgins shares some essential tips and techniques
Rob Cherry explains how to get magical-looking mono for your minimalist photography using Photoshop and Silver Efex Pro
Moody atmospheric landscapes often involving long exposures, are widely copied but difficult to do well. Geoff Harris gets some essential advice from minimalist expert Michael Kenna
In today's Quick Tips, we're talking symmetrical photography
Street photography has never been more popular than it is today. Three leading exponents share their tips for achieving great candid shots and street portraits
Here are some super-quick steps for shooting lettering and typography while you're out and about
Silhouettes add drama, mystery and impact to your photographs, says Tracy Calder, so don't be afraid of the dark - take your camera in hand and step into the shadows
Today's quick tips are all about shooting upwards! Four steps to shooting better architectural and sky shots
Shooting candid moments on the street requires fast reactions, confidence, and full control of your camera and your equipment
Need to transfer your images from your Fuji camera to your phone? There’s an easy way to do it. Andrew Gibson explains...
If your images are frequently over or underexposed, fear not, there is no shame in going back to basics.