Photo Insight – David Noton – Salt flat

Photo Insight – David Noton – Salt flat

As the world’s largest salt flat, Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni offers a fascinating landscape, but one that’s challenging to photograph. David Noton reveals how he created this stunning shot

Masterclass with Tom Mackie – Seaford, East Sussex

Masterclass with Tom Mackie – Seaford, East Sussex

Tom Mackie and three readers went to Seaford, East Sussex, in search of idyllic b&w landscapes. It was rainy and windy, but Tom explains how to create memorable images whatever the weather. Gemma Padley reports

William Eggleston – Iconic Photographer

William Eggleston was derided when his work was first exhibited, but more than three decades on he is considered one of the great masters of contemporary photography, writes David Clark

Photo Insight – Cathal McNaughton

Photo Insight – Cathal McNaughton

Cathal McNaughton recounts the moment he took this picture of a demonstrator at the G8 summit in Scotland, and explains the importance of remaining impartial when photographing highly charged action

Photo Insight – Heather Angel

Photo Insight – Heather Angel

Heather Angel recounts how she took this image of a gentian flower using natural light and fill flash, and explains how, even in macro photography, you must sometimes improvise

Edward Burtynsky – Iconic Photographer

Edward Burtynsky’s documentary work explores the dilemma between humankind’s desire for progress and the damage being done to our planet in pursuit of it. David Clark examines his career so far

Masterclass with Brett Harkness

Masterclass with Brett Harkness

Masterclass - Brett Harkness shares his advice on how to capture brilliant lifestyle portraits using natural light. Gemma Padley reports

Photo Insight – Cathal McNaughton

Photo Insight – Cathal McNaughton

Cathal McNaughton explains why his most challenging assignments aren’t always under threat of violence, but rather in capturing someone famous in a unique way – the Queen, in particular