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Landscape Photography through the eyes of Charlie Waite - now widely revered internationally as the doyen of English landscape photographers.
Easy to use Wildlife Photography Tips from BBC Wildlife Photographers.
Two key questions to consider before starting a digital home photography studio.
Our eyes can cope with high contrast but a camera's sensor or film has a limited range so some of the light and dark parts of an image may be lost.
Problem trying to restore old photos.
Some hints and tips on choosing a camera lens once you have your camera and its first lens.
If, like me, you love wildlife and photography then you might be interested in this book. Having seen his work, I'm sure Will's photos will be spectacular ...
Moire can easily be overcome with a little knowledge.
If you don't have a sharp picture, there are several things to check before blaming the camera.
An understanding of the colour wheel has always been fundamental to photography. It's not surprising, given that colour is a crucial part of our world.
Focus of the Lens - How to take advantage of the lens' shape for better photographs with Depth of Field.
Do your photographs always turn out just right or are they sometimes too light or too dark? Discover what photography exposure means and why it is so important to get it right.
Photography Lighting - If there is one element that can make or break a photograph it is lighting and yet, it is often the least considered element, even if it is thought of at all.
With photo composition, deciding what to include and where to place it can turn a snap shot into a better photograph.
Learning and understanding the basics of how to set up the camera yourself actually takes you a long way towards improving your photography technique and therefore taking better photographs.
Most photographers are looking for great places to photograph. This section covers some of the best that we have visited.
A disciplined photography workflow is essential if you want to spend more time behind the camera than in front of the computer.
Photographing a painting can prove disappointing but there are some straightforward techniques that improve results.
You need to set the correct white balance for the camera to see what you see.