Want to get more from Lightroom without having to do an evening class on it? Geoff Harris reveals some power tips and hidden time savers.
Inner focus, or internal focus, may sound like a gimmick but it presents the photographer with a wealth of advantages over more conventional optics. Matt Golowczynski explains why.
Bracketing is a useful way to get the shot you want in camera, without recourse to editing in software. Matt Golowczynski explains the principle and when you should activate it on your camera.
Most images require the camera to be still but you can capture something completely different by deliberately moving it during the exposure. Kirk Norbury explains all you need to know about Intentional Camera Movement photography.
What do the AE-L and AF-L controls do on your DSLR? In this article, we explain the Auto Exposure Lock and Auto Focus Lock and how to use them.
CONTENT WARNING: With Halloween approaching, Wex’s Daniel Hahn takes you through the process of creating scary masks in Photoshop – with alarming results!
Want to give your night photography a lift? Tim Coleman explains how to paint with light.
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.