Architecture is all around us but how exactly do you go about photographing it? Matt shares a few tips in this video guide.
Creating a panoramic image is a fantastic opportunity to capture stunning wide-angle vistas. Kirk Norbury explains how to photograph and edit to best effect.
Keen to enhance your black and white photography? Amy explains how to take great B&W shots, exploring camera settings, lighting, subject choice, filters, processing and more.
Anti-aliasing – or ‘low-pass’ – filters have long featured in digital cameras, but many recent models eschew these completely. Matt Golowczynski explains what they do and their pros and cons.
Want to learn how to take pin-sharp macro images? In this video we take you through the process step by step, from using the right equipment and technique through to the finished result.
Want to get more from Lightroom without having to do an evening class on it? Geoff Harris reveals some power tips and hidden time savers.
Inner focus, or internal focus, may sound like a gimmick but it presents the photographer with a wealth of advantages over more conventional optics. Matt Golowczynski explains why.
Bracketing is a useful way to get the shot you want in camera, without recourse to editing in software. Matt Golowczynski explains the principle and when you should activate it on your camera.
Most images require the camera to be still but you can capture something completely different by deliberately moving it during the exposure. Kirk Norbury explains all you need to know about Intentional Camera Movement photography.