Low light photography requires a lot of practice, but when mastered it can give highly dramatic results. Andy Brown shares some tips on how to get it right
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We chatted with Charles Needle to find out what inspires him, and he generously shared his macro secrets on how he creates such amazing imagery.
Which tripod to take with you when travelling can be a big decision. Michael Burnham looks at the different options.
There is a reason that the acts of taking a photograph and of writing music are both called composition. Andy Brown shows the links between these two…
Andrea Gulickx’s pictures have a fairy tale look and feel. In this article she explains how she creates such extraordinary images.
How much work is involved in an Art Show? Are there any profits to be made or is it simply a making connections event? Dan Holmes shares some advice.
A photographer quickly learns to appreciate the seasonal variances and lighting conditions and how they create a transient landscape picture.
Suggestions and advice by landscape, outdoor and wave photographer Ray Collins on how to do wave photography in the most successful way.
Guides, Suggestions and advice that will help you discover your artistic side by landscape and outdoor photographer Amy Shutt from USA.
Kathleen Clemons shares tips, suggestions and suggestions on how to use a lensbaby lens to improve your flower photography.
Landscape photographer Kathryn Dyer shares her tips, guides, advice and suggestions that will help you run a very successful Instagram account.
Taking the chance to properly review and double check an image before leaving a scene can prevent moments being lost forever. Andy Brown offers this month’s tip
Tommaso Di Donato shares some tips and advice by showing us how he produced a beautiful panorama of the city square in Bologna.
Dawn and dusk photography can be tricky. Andy Brown describes the benefits of using filters to make the process easier
Tips, guides, advice and suggestions that will help you make your closeup and macro images look professional and magic by Kathleen Clemons.
Andy Brown reveals why you should use RAW and how the resulting advantages can provide you with far greater control over your images.
Photography can be a notoriously expensive business but, as Andy Brown explains, there are plenty of ways that you can save some precious pounds
Andy Brown encourages you to think outside the box when placing the horizon in your composition. However, there is one rule that should never be broken
Andy Brown explores our affinity with the planet’s many bodies of water and reveals the best way to capture their unique qualities
Andy Brown shares his advice for achieving front-to-back sharpness in your landscape photographs
How does a location speak to you? Do you want to romanticise it? Andy Brown shares his thoughts on how photographers translate the landscape
Capture your images in RAW, monitor your histogram and make one or two variations in your exposure settings of the same scene. Andy Brown explains why
For a photographer, light is your primary beneficiary and best friend. Study it whenever you can and project the lessons you learn onto your final images
Andy Brown shares some valuable information on how to read, adjust and work around the histogram, depending on the results you are trying to achieve