Infrared can be a great way to liven up your portfolio – particularly in summer, when the blue skies, green grass and leaf-laden trees look good. We share our top tips...
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses increasing colour contrast to improve a shot.
Alberto Ghizzi Panizza captures the smallest details of nature in his photos. He tells Jade Severs how he does it
When we talk about abstract photography, what do we really mean? Paul Sanders takes a look
There are only two days left for you to enter the 10th Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, so we asked founder Charlie Waite how you can find some inspiration in that most British of conversation topics – the weather
Mark Benham, winner of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition 2016, explains why you don’t need perfect light to win big
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of On The Pier by Elisa Bortolotti and offers advice on how it might be improved.
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he looks at tweaking light and shade.
Mixing up models dressed as superheroes with classical painting techniques and then photographing the results seems a mad idea, but Sacha Goldberger pulled it off. Tom Smallwood finds out how he did it
Standing proud on the ancient Somerset Levels, Glastonbury Tor is a perfect subject on a misty morning, explains Jeremy Walker
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses converting an image to black and white.
Precipitation is a fact of life in the UK, be it heavy downpours or light spring showers. Three creative photographers explain why you should always get your camera out when the heavens open
Award-winning photographer Harry Borden looks back at a shoot with actress Gillian Anderson.
Tele-photo. The title says it all, really – photos taken at a distance. That’s what telephoto lenses do. They pull things in, magnify them, let you get up close and personal. For sport and nature photography, where your subject is…
There are many good reasons for having your own website. First and foremost, it’s a great way of sharing your images, and letting the world know what you’re capable of with a camera. It’s also a way to back up…
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Horses in the Mist by Brian McDonnell and offers advice on how it might be improved.
We speak to the Steven Kasher Gallery about Andre de Dienes’ intimate photoshoots and relationship with Marilyn Monroe.
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he teaches you how to correct for underexposure.
The pop culture of Britain took off in the early 1960s with bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones winning hearts and fans across the world with their style, good looks and self-penned hits. At the same time,…
Panning is a technique used for conveying movement, particularly with fast-moving objects. Sure, you can freeze these objects using high shutter speeds, but they end up looking just that – frozen, without any sense of movement. With panning, you deliberately…