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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 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.
Photographing Dramatic Skies
Skies can make for some truly stunning photos, and the best part is that they're always there. Learn how to capture their full potential.
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.
Flower photography can be challenging, but is hugely rewarding. Learn the art of choosing a good subject and battling the wind.
What is Colour Temperature?
Colour temperature is a measure of a light's colour. Mastering it will help you keep your shots looking accurate and free from unnatural colour casts.
The Perfect Camera Settings for Action and Sports Photography
Photographing sports and action is all about speed. Discover how to set up your camera to capture sharp, detailed photos full of excitement and drama.
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.
The 3 Best Lens Filters for Landscape Photography
Professional landscape photographers recommend 3 lens filters above all others - polarisers, graduated NDs, and warming filters. Find out why.
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.
A standard lens has a similar angle of view to the human eye, giving photos a natural feel. They are versatile and produce excellent image quality.
Wide Angle Lenses
A wide angle lens allows you to fit more into the frame, making them perfect for capturing scenes such as expansive landscapes or cramped interiors.
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.
Creating a Vignette Effect in Photoshop
Vignetting, a darkening in the corners of a photo, is a popular creative effect. Discover how to add a vignette to an image 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.
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.
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.
Gritty Black and White in Photoshop
Learn how to turn your colour photos into gritty black and white urban shots using Photoshop.