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How to Photograph Sculpture
Use these techniques to photograph sculptures in a new, interesting way, and learn how to inject a bit of your personality into your shots.
Rule of Thirds
The rule of thirds is an essential photography technique. It can be applied to any subject to improve the composition and balance of your images.
How to Photograph Motorsport Events
Motorsport is fast and exciting, but it can be challenging to photograph well. Learn how to capture stunning motorsport shots.
49 Beautiful Heart Shaped Bokeh Photos
Shaped bokeh is a fantastic way to add an extra creative touch to your photos. Check out these amazing, inspiring examples of heart shaped bokeh.
3 Portrait Composition Tips for Framing Your Subject Perfectly
Move beyond simple snapshots and learn how to capture more engaging, interesting portrait photos with these essential composition tips.
Car Photography Guide
Cars make great subjects, but it is easy to take photos that look like simple snapshots. Learn how to take more dynamic, interesting car photos.
18 Stunning Examples of Slow Sync Flash Photos
Want to try slow sync flash photography but don't know where to start? Be inspired by this collection of amazing images.
Slow Sync Flash: The Ultimate Guide
Slow sync flash is a simple but powerful technique to enhance your flash photography. Learn what it is, when it's helpful and how to use it.
How to Hold a Monopod
Monopods are a great alternative to tripods for sports, wildlife, street photography, and more. Learn how to hold a monopod for maximum stability.
Depth of Field Explained
Depth of field can be daunting to get to grips with, but is actually a very simple concept to understand. Use it to take your photos to a new level.
What is ISO Speed?
A simple explanation of the daunting ISO setting. It's actually very simple, and can be extremely handy when shooting in low-light conditions.
What is a "Stop" of Exposure in Photography?
Exposure is controlled by shutter speed, aperture, and ISO speed. "Stops" let you directly compare and swap these to produce the image you want.
Little Planet Photos: 5 Simple Steps to Making Panorama Worlds
Turn your panoramas into eye-catching miniature planets in minutes, using Photoshop or your favourite graphics editor.
Fixing the Keystone Effect Using Photoshop
Keystoning is where a building seems to lean backwards in a photo. It's distracting but can be easily fixed with Photoshop's Lens Correction tool.
Digital Cross Processing in Photoshop
Digital cross processing is a technique that simulates developing photos in the wrong chemicals. Use it to produce some stunning colour shifts.
Gritty Black and White in Photoshop
Learn how to turn your colour photos into gritty black and white urban shots using Photoshop.
Convert a Colour Photo to Black and White
The Channel Mixer is easy to use but gives you complete control over the appearance of your photo when converting from colour to black and white.
10 Ways to Digitally Improve Your Photos
Digital editing software allows us to remove unwanted objects, adjust colours, and touch up blemishes. Learn how to digitally improve your photos.