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.
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.
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.
Shooting film is having a major comeback. Learn how to use 35mm film, different film types, important characteristics of film, and the differences between film and digital.
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.
Astrophotography can be a complicated discipline. We outline all the considerations you need to make when learning to shoot the night sky.
Telephoto lenses are a requirement for shooting most sport & wildlife photography. We discuss focal lengths, how to deal with weight, transport concerns, and more so that you can get the best from your telephoto lenses.
Some of the most important images you'll ever take will be of your kids - if you can get them to sit still! We discuss how to take great shots of your children, including techniques and camera settings.
While they can look confusing, understanding histograms is an important way to ensure your images are properly exposed. We explain how to read one, and discuss what overexposed and underexposed images look like on a histogram.
Award-winning photographer Sharon Blance outlines 7 great tips that anyone can use to improve their travel photography.
When you think of landscape photography, sweeping vistas and mountains likely come to mind. Shooting subjects this large generally requires a wide angle lens. We discuss using a wide angle lens for landscape shots, and tips on how to get the best photos.
The history of the modern camera starts as far back as 330 B.C. Since then, the study of optics has expanded and eventually given us what we today recognise as the modern camera. Read on to learn about the steps along the way!
If you're a wildlife photographer, you probably love animals - which is why it's important to ensure you are not damaging animals and their environment with your presence. In this article, we outline how to take excellent wildlife photos without endangering yourself and your subjects.
Professional photographer Sharon Blance breaks down how she acheived a unique and award-winning album cover photo by utilising creativity and vision in lieu of a large budget.
Portrait photographer Hanna Saba discusses how to break down the posing of your model into discrete elements so you can build a unique pose from scratch.