Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses removing colour fringing.
Michael Topham recreates an iconic photograph of the Flying Scotsman, 53 years after the original was taken
Photographer Jim Grover spent a year with priest Kit Gunasekera, to produce his photo essay, Of Things Not Seen: A Year in the Life of a London Priest.
Photojournalist Nick Danziger talks to Steve Fairclough about his project, Eleven Women Facing War, on show at the Imperial War Museum, London.
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Squirrel by Lisa Dearnley-Davison, and offers advice on how it might be improved.
Contemplating entering a photography competition this year but not sure how to approach it? Judges and winners from some of the UK’s most prestigious contests share their secrets for success.
Waxwings are spectacular birds, thanks to their distinctive markings, and winter is the perfect time to photograph them, says Oscar Dewhurst
Adrian Clarke has dedicated much of his life to photographing the birds of Britain. He talks to Oliver Atwell about the techniques that help him capture the majestic beauty of these common creatures
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses adjusting white balance.
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Girl with a lamp by Aaron Bennett and offers advice on how it might be improved.
Flash is an essential skill to master if you want to broaden your repertoire and take professional-looking pictures. We look at the main types of flash and how they can be used to enhance your photography
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses improving an interesting composition further by adding colour and contrast.
Set on the north Norfolk coast, Holkham Bay offers a varied landscape, as Jon Gibbs explains
No money? No problem! Here are seven ways to take better photos and improve your output that won’t cost you a penny.
Towns and cities can be noisy, dirty, busy and stressful, which is what makes them a perfect and dynamic subject for photography. Craig Roberts explains how to make the most of the enviroment for urban photography.
With a dream brief from the National Trust, Justin Minns reveals how he completed his own photography project - capturing the East Anglian coast.
Setting yourself photography projects can be incredibly rewarding and help improve your skills. Steve Gosling explains.
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Three Birds by Peter Dorman, to see how it may be improved.
You don’t need a lot of expensive gear to shoot great images of food, as Michael Powell explains.
With an eye on the future and the probability of an all-digital legacy being lost forever, Russ Barnes reveals how he created a personalised bound portfolio.