Landscapes looking like everyone else’s? In an extract from his new ebook, Niall Benvie explains what you can achieve by deconstructing the scene and presenting each element on its own.
Thinking about giving astrophotography a go? Nik Szymanek explains the equipment required and the process of capturing images using CCD cameras.
Wex’s Ben Piper hosts an introductory Lightroom seminar in our Norwich showroom, offering a range of helpful hints and detailed advice for beginners.
They come bundled with many new lenses but they’re more often than not simply left in the box. So what do lens hoods do? And why would you need to use one?
In this video we explain when to use (and when not to use) image stabilisation, and also show you a couple of tricks for extra stability.
Planning on photographing a catwalk show? Professional photographer Paul Bayfield shares 10 tips on how to come away with the best images possible.
You’ve probably heard of the terms dynamic range, wide dynamic range and high dynamic range (HDR) but what do they all mean? Matt Golowczynski explains dynamic range.
Long exposures can be used to create striking images and they’re possible with even basic equipment. David Cleland explains how to get started.
Don’t know your macro lens from your mirror lens? Wondering at what point a wide-angle lens becomes a standard lens? Read on for our guide to different lens types.