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Do your photographs always turn out just right or are they sometimes too light or too dark? Discover what exposure means and why it is so important.
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.
Having chosen it you are possibly about to experience one of photography's more frustrating times; having to wait before using a new camera - well until it's delivered or you receive it, maybe as a Christmas gift, anyway. NOW is the best time to prepare for getting the most out of it ...
Mont St Michel is an absolute must see if you are visiting Normandy or Brittany in the northern part of France.
Snowdonia has so many outstanding vistas on the circular tour that the best advice is just to say - do it!
Helsinki doesn't feature on many people's bucket lists of places to photograph. But with its wide range of classical and modern architectural styles, seaside location with adjacent islands, outdoor museums, and busy event calendar, there's lots to see and do. It's very seasonal, and a good base for onward travel to photogenic locations across the Nordic region.
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.
Black and white photographs can convey a timeless, 'classic' look that simply isn't possible with colour.
It’s a truism that, however good your camera is, your shots will stand or fall by your understanding of good photography composition.
Bright lights and thrilling action are ideal for creating great Fairground Photographs and family memories.
This 'Learn Landscape Photography' masterclass assumes you have read what I covered in 'Better Landscape Photography' about the importance of light, particularly around dawn and sunrise, and takes it further.
The changing seasons can have a profound effect on the landscape and, therefore, photographic techniques.
Landscape Photography through the eyes of Charlie Waite - now widely revered internationally as the doyen of English landscape photographers.
Advice to help you achieve the finest landscape photographs whatever the weather - and you don't need an expensive camera to do it.
Taking autumn photographs challenges your photographic abilities and encourages you to be more creative with your perspectives.
Photographing a painting can prove disappointing but there are some straightforward techniques that improve results.