Matt Golowczynski looks at the differences between DSLR, compact and compact system cameras, exploring the benefits and pitfalls of each.
Photographer Darrell Jordan has photographed the aurora borealis in Arctic Norway several times, so he’s shared with us his advice for photographing this incredible phenomenon, from the gear you’ll need to suggested cameras settings and tips on composition…
The tripod is often overlooked by photographers when it comes to photo accessories, but don’t underestimate how useful these supports can prove. They can make a huge difference to your photography. We teamed up with Digital SLR Magazine to pick out eight models worth a closer look.
If you’ve bought (or been bought) or are buying a digital SLR camera you may have already discovered that the camera itself is just one of the many things you need to make the most of it. While some are just nice to have, others are absolute essentials. In this guide we will look at both kinds; those accessories that you should not consider buying a camera without and those which you may want to put on a “wish-list” for another day.
The waterfall. A popular, versatile but slightly clichéd subject for landscape photographers. However you look at them though, they can look atmospheric, even ethereal, if captured using certain techniques. Here, I will show you how, including a few hints and tips that I have picked up over the years.
I’ve steadily become more and more drawn into the world of travel photography, trying to learn and practice at every opportunity and I’m now at the point where I’m not sure if I’m travelling to take photos or taking photos of my travels. This is what’s worked for me as I’ve worked to broaden my geographic & photographic horizons…
Today’s attention will be on the new D3200, a worthy replacement to the extremely popular entry-level D3100 Digital SLR. This isn’t just a camera for beginners though – with a 24.2 megapixel DX-format sensor and improved ISO range, it’s an exciting addition to an already impressive Nikon DSLR range.
My love affair with fisheye started in May 2009, when a fellow photographer offered to let me try his fisheye lens. I suspect this was a ploy on his part to get me hooked, and it worked.
This is my first time on safari and my first visit to sub-Saharan Africa and I already know it will be a completely different experience to any trip I’ve ever taken. My real world wildlife photography experience is fairly limited too, so I’m expecting to learn a lot in this sense as well.
On February 9th, the winners of the inaugural Nicolas Corbin Memorial Prize competition sponsored by Wex Photographic were announced in a ceremony at The Fairhurst Gallery, Norwich.