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.
Plenty of film directors, TV producers, and advertisers are using footage shot with DSLRs, so isn’t it time we all pressed the red button? Mark Higgins shows you how to shoot video
For many years, I lugged around a very large and extremely heavy backpack loaded with medium-format and 35mm cameras and lenses. It wasn’t unusual for me to venture into the landscape with several kilos on my back. Eventually, though, I…
Since being introduced, image stabilisation technology has been the saviour of many an image. Here’s how it works…
Mark Littlejohn explains how shooting landscapes at f/5.6 has produced some of his favourite photos.
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses the use of a narrow crop to improve a composition.
With stunning nature documentaries currently gracing our screens, wildlife photographer and cameraman Luke Massey gives his top tips on getting into wildlife photography
Expert advice and tips on improving your photography from Damien Demolder. He gives his appraisal of Ness Point, Isle of Skye by Bob Hill, to offer advice on how it might be improved.
You don’t have to choose between preserving the highlights or shadows when you can shoot multiple frames and reveal detail in every area. Mark Higgins tells us how
We speak to Nenad Saljic about his time shooting one of the world's most infamous and intimidating mountains
Flanked by dramatic cliffs, this Jurassic Coast outcrop in Dorset is well worth the effort, as Mark Bauer explains
We examine the best image-editing applications on the market and how they can be used to enhance your photos
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses correcting colour balance.
The appearance of snowdrops is a sign that spring is on its way, but photographing them has unique challenges, as Robert Canis explains
The Chinese New Year falls on Monday 8 February this year. See our top tips for making the most of the photographic opportunities it offers.
Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses dodging and burning.