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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.
A Guide to Firework Photography
Next time you're celebrating a special occasion with fireworks, follow these tips to photograph some truly memorable shots.
Sports Event Photography Tips
Sports events are full of passion, excitement and emotion. There are photography opportunities everywhere; you just need to look in the right places.
A Guide to Portrait Photography
Portrait photography is all about capturing a person's personality. This guide will help you shoot portraits that tell a story about the subject.
Urban Landscape Photography Tips
Towns and cities are full of fascinating photo opportunities. Follow these tips to make your urban landscapes stand out from the crowd.
Castle Photography Tips
Castles are a favourite photographic subject and have been shot countless times. Follow these tips to give your castle photographs an original twist.
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.
Using Focus Lock on Your Digital Camera
Sharp focusing is essential for a successful photograph. Use focus locking to help your camera get it spot on, and avoid blurred shots.
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.
A fisheye lens is designed for shooting very wide angles, usually 180 degrees. They are popular in landscape, extreme sport, and artistic photography.
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.
Digital cameras, from compacts to DSLRs, have all but replaced film cameras, and have made photography easier, cheaper, and faster than ever before.
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.
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.
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.
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.