Photography Tips and Technique

How to Take Better Wedding Photos as a Guest

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Capture the special day in a way that’s respectful to the official photographer and to the couple. Matt Golowczynski explains Read More

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Reach For the Skies and Shoot an Airshow

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Here are ten top tips to make the most of your visit to a summer airshow… Read More

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How to Photograph Lightning

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Caught in a storm? Max Langran offers a few tips for how to safely photograph lightning Read More

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Six Quick Tips for Better Portraits

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Add drama and impact to your people pictures by using these simple and effective shooting techniques Read More

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Shooting Landscapes with an Ultra-Wide Lens

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Ultra-wide lenses are tricky tools, but can yield amazing results. Kirk Norbury explains how to get the most out of them Read More

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How to Travel with Non-Photographers

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Are you the photo addict of your group? Rich Broome has some advice on how to get the shots you want without holding everyone up Read More

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Four Father’s Day Photo Projects

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Matty Graham shares four great projects you can try for Father’s Day with the most minimal of equipment… Read More

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An Adventure to the Faroe Islands

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Matty Graham bypasses the tourist traps of Iceland and Norway and finds a rugged paradise for landscape photographers much closer to home. Read More

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How to Build a Field Macro Studio

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Wex’s Paul Morgan demonstrates how to build a convenient, portable macro photography studio to use on location Read More

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How to Create Beautiful Dog Portraits

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Kingsley Singleton offers a few straightforward techniques for making studio-style images of dogs Read More

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