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With so many excellent photographs on display, an intimate landscape will often catch the viewer's eye ... and the judge's!
Images in Email often need to be reduced in size so as not to slow transmission down.
You can combine pictures side by side or by overlaying them.
Correct Monitor Calibration is essential to get consistent results.
What is the best way to improve your building photography?
Photographing a painting can prove disappointing but there are some straightforward techniques that improve results.
What to do when free video software is not enough.
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.
You need to set the camera correctly to avoid blurred photos.
Some tips for Friday 27th July from top photographer, David Noton FRPS.
If you don't have a sharp picture, there are several things to check before blaming the camera.
Two key questions to consider before starting a digital home photography studio.
If you are considering Macro Cameras, how small do you want to go?
You need to set the correct white balance for the camera to see what you see.
Photography by moonlight is easy with practice. Here are some tips to get you started.
If you get unexpected results and all else fails, try resetting the camera.
If you have a camera focus problem, there are a couple of things to check before returning the camera.
Cleaning a Camera is esential preventive maintenance if you want to achieve better photographs.
How to take great airplane pictures without haze.
Landscape Photography through the eyes of Charlie Waite - now widely revered internationally as the doyen of English landscape photographers.