The Rule of Thirds is a fundamental photography composition technique that you've likely heard mentioned. While rules are always made to be broken, having a strong understanding of the rule of thirds, including how and when to apply it, is critical. We discuss the rule of thirds, what it is, and when to use it in different situations.
Professional landscape photographer Cam Blake outlines the important considerations to make when planning your off-the-grid photography kit. A discussion of weight, weatherproofing, carry solutions and more.
For those couples looking for off-the-beaten track images, an outback wedding photoshoot can produce unique shots. However, the difficult environment brings some specific considerations you need to make as a photographer. We discuss how to pull off a great outback wedding shoot.
Environmental portraiture is an interesting form of portraiture that doesn't get as much use as it should. Professional photographer Hanna Saba outlines what environmental portraiture is and provides a number of tips so that you can achieve great results.
Adobe Lightroom is certainly one of the most widely used photo editing programs, and with good reason - it's a powerful tool! Learning how to maximise your Lightroom skills can really help you bring out the best in your images. With that in mind, pro photographer Sharon Blance outlines her top Lightroom tips and tools!
Focal length is the major defining characteristic of any lens. We discuss focal length, what it is, and how it affects your photography, as well as popular genres of photography and which focal lengths excel for these purposes.
Many people use their camera the most while traveling, so getting a good travel camera is important. We discuss the considerations you should have in mind when looking for a travel camera and make our recommendations for the best options on the market.
Polarising filters can be a very useful tool, but many photographers don't understand how to use them effectively. We discuss the most important points about polarising filters and how to use them so you can take better images.
Every brand has it's strengths, and when purchasing your first camera you'll want to buy into an ecosystem that excels at the styles of photography that you are interested in. In this article we look closely at Nikon and Sony, their strengths, and how they compare for a variety of photography styles.
Lighting is integral to photographyand learning to manipulate light is one of the most important skill any photographer can have, regardless of their discipline. We discuss different lighting situations, inexpensive and simple gear you can use to manipulate light, and outline lighting styles.
Picking a new camera can be a daunting task. In this buying guide, we look specifically at full frame cameras, what makes them great, and things to consider, followed by our picks for the best full frame cameras on the market today.
Wildlife photography can be demanding, as you can't simply tell wild animals how to pose! Read for our best advice on photographing wildlife; from gear choices, techniques to get close, time of day, safety, and legalities.
Professional photographer Sharon Blance tackles the often-misunderstood concept of a 'Stop'. Understanding the ins-and-outs of this measurement of light can have a great positive impact on your photography and help in making the journey away from Auto and towards Manual modes.
Shutter speed is one of the three pillars of photography, and a good understanding of it will allow you to adjust your exposure more accurately and take more creative photos. We discuss what shutter speed is, how it affects exposure and motion, rules of thumb, and more.
Getting into flash photography is often an intimidating step, but it doesn't need to be. We discuss the major factors that you'll want to consider when looking into a flash unit, and recommend our picks for the best flashes across the major brands.