Aspherical elements are used widely inside lenses to help improve image quality – Matt Golowczynski explains why.
Moving subjects usually require fast shutter speeds although striking results can be had by doing the exact opposite too. Geoff Harris explains how to use motion blur for creative results.
Great black and white conversions don’t need to be complicated; Geoff Harris shows you how to process your images using Adobe Lightroom in just five minutes.
In the first of a brand new series of articles, we explain how to use exposure compensation and when you may find it useful.
There is more to a longer lens than just zooming in to a subject. Geoff Harris explains how to get some top creative effects using your telephoto.
As autumn arrives, so too do a plethora of new photographic opportunities, inspiring Tom Mason to switch his focus from fauna to fungi. Here, he shows you how it’s done.
Neutral Density (ND) filters allow you to lengthen your exposures in bright and dark conditions alike. In this article, Kirk Norbury explains how to use them.
Do you fear flash? Not sure how best to use it? Geoff Harris runs through the main options and techniques to help get you started.
Taking that step into full manual can be daunting but once you’ve got to grips with the basics, you can start to reap the benefits.