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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.
Creating a Sense of Depth in Your Photos
A photograph with a feeling of depth and perspective is much more engaging and interesting. These tips will help you shoot images with bags of depth.
Photographing Water Drops
Learn how to freeze time and capture water drop photos that are packed full of life.
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.
5 Keys to Finding the Perfect Portrait Location
Learn to choose great portrait photography locations. Put your subject at ease, capture their personality, and guarantee stunning photos.
The Golden Hour in Photography
Professional photographers swear by the "golden hour" as the time of day with the best lighting. Discover what it is and how to take advantage of it.
A telephoto lens is one designed for photographing distant subjects like wildlife and sports events. They are also used in portrait photography.
A fisheye lens is designed for shooting very wide angles, usually 180 degrees. They are popular in landscape, extreme sport, and artistic photography.
A good quality camera lens is essential for capturing sharp, detailed photos. There are dozens available, to suit every subject and budget.
How to Protect Your Digital Camera in Cold Weather
Cold weather photography can take its toll on your camera, and even cause permanent damage. Follow these precautions to keep your camera protected.
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.
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 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.
Imitating a Graduated Neutral Density Filter in Photoshop
A graduated neutral density (ND) filter helps balance exposure levels between the sky and ground. Learn how to replicate the effect in Photoshop.
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.
Gritty Black and White in Photoshop
Learn how to turn your colour photos into gritty black and white urban shots using Photoshop.
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.
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.