Sharp focusing is essential for a successful photograph. Use focus locking to help your camera get it spot on, and avoid blurred shots.
Some landmarks have been photographed so many times we feel we've seen them from all angles. These tips will help you see them through fresh eyes.
Red eye is a distracting effect that can ruin an otherwise good photo. Learn what causes it, how to prevent it, and how to fix it.
Watermarking your photos is a popular way to protect them. Learn how to create an effective, reusable text or logo watermark in Photoshop.
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.
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.
Cold weather photography can take its toll on your camera, and even cause permanent damage. Follow these precautions to keep your camera protected.
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.
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.
Move beyond simple snapshots and learn how to capture more engaging, interesting portrait photos with these essential composition tips.
With a long exposure, a simple light source and a pinch of creativity you can create stunning light painting shots with ease.
Use these techniques to photograph sculptures in a new, interesting way, and learn how to inject a bit of your personality into your shots.