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How to Photograph Candles
With their wide range of shapes, sizes and colours, candles make perfect photography subjects. Learn how to photograph them here.
Jewelry Photography Tips
Jewelry photography is notoriously tricky, but is an interesting subject to explore. Find out how to avoid the pitfalls to snap some stunning shots.
Asking Strangers to Star in Your Candid Photos
When taking photos of strangers you should always ask permission. With the right attitude and a few crafty tips you'll soon have models lining up.
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.
The Secrets of Stunning Waterfall Photography
Waterfalls are beautiful but technically difficult to photograph. Discover how to master the technical and creative aspects of waterfall photography.
Panoramas are a striking way to photograph a landscape, and are a lot of fun to shoot. Learn how to capture and stitch a successful panorama.
Crop Factor Explained
Crop factor is the ratio of a camera sensor's size to a 35mm film frame. Use it to calculate effective focal lengths and compare lenses between DSLRs.
Shutter Speed: A Beginner's Guide
Shutter speed is a great tool for perfecting exposure, controlling blurring, and creating interesting effects. Discover what it is and how to use it.
White Balance Explained
White balance sounds complicated, but it is actually very easy to understand, and can really bring out the best in your photos.
Digital cameras, from compacts to DSLRs, have all but replaced film cameras, and have made photography easier, cheaper, and faster than ever before.
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.
A macro lens is one which allows you to take sharp, detailed, close-up photos of small subject such as flowers, plants, insects, and products.
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.
EXIF Data Explained
Learn everything you need to know about EXIF metadata - what it is, ways to view and edit it, and how you can use it to improve your photography.
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.
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.
How to Add a Watermark to an Image in Photoshop
Watermarking your photos is a popular way to protect them. Learn how to create an effective, reusable text or logo watermark in Photoshop.
Gritty Black and White in Photoshop
Learn how to turn your colour photos into gritty black and white urban shots using Photoshop.