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Whether you are a beginner, amateur or a professional photographer, learning and furthering your knowledge of photography should always be at the top of your growing list. Using the photography tutorials and great tips here will help you to improve your photography and allow you to take your best photos yet.

 

Latest Posts

In   Tutorials
12th October 2017
It's just a simple graph, but the histogram has had a major impact on how we go about exposing our photographs on location and processing them later.
You don't take a photograph, you make it.Ansel Adams
In   Tutorials
5th October 2017
This guide is for anyone who wants to get more from their camera, be it a DSLR, compact or bridge camera. Learn about the key camera controls and how to use them to control exposure, shutter speed, use the flash and get great shots.
In   Tutorials
30th July 2017
With an awesome holiday coming soon, I'm going to be taking lots of once in a lifetime shots and I don't want to run the risk of losing any precious photos. Airline baggage restrictions mean I cannot take my laptop, so how can I backup all my photos securely whilst on holiday?
In   Tutorials
23rd July 2017
Being a landscape photographer may seem like one of the simplest ways to make a living, experiencing the peace and solitude of a new dawn for example, yet they are often fraught with logistical issues, technical challenges and the creative thought process can be overwhelming.
In   Projects
30th April 2016
Flash softboxes are devices placed over a flash gun to soften the harshness of a flash burst. They act as diffusers, spreading the light out and reducing the harshness of shadows.
In   Tutorials
9th January 2016
Image stabilisation features in lenses and improved high ISO performance in cameras have transformed the possibilities of taking pictures in low light, but the steady base of a tripod is your best choice when it comes to exploring the creative possibilities of slow shutter speeds and low light.

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