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Weekly photography tips to help you become a better photographer.

After shooting a series of images from your travels, using Lightroom its quick and simple to turn a selection of them into a slideshow, complete with music.
20 Apr 2015 In Lightroom there's a quick way to show off your images. Alfonso Calero explains how to turn your collections into slideshows in three easy steps.
15 Apr 2015 There are really only three camera controls you need to understand – aperture, shutter speed and ISO. This week we focus on ISO.
In this image, taken near the town of Volmoed, South Africa, the horizon was positioned low in the frame to emphasise the massive storm clouds towering above the modest village. (Photo by Tony Bridge.)
13 Apr 2015 Where's the best place to position the horizon in a landscape? As Tony Bridge explains, there are a few basic rules you should consider before you press the shutter button.
08 Apr 2015 We go 'behind the lens' with sports photographer Matt Palmer who explains some of the finer points of shooting Muay Thai fighters in the heat of battle.
07 Apr 2015 Finding distinctive landscape images in dense rainforest can be tough, but there are some useful techniques you can use to increase your number of "keepers". National Geographic photographer Greg Basco explains.
01 Apr 2015 Ben Messina shares his best tips for composition, lighting, location selection, gear and post-production to help you take your landscapes to the next level.
29 Mar 2015 A herd of wildebeest crossing the Mara River in Kenya provided a memorably chaotic photo opportunity for wildlife shooter Karen Lunney.
24 Mar 2015 Some things require lots of preparation (and a strong nerve!) to photograph. Darran Leal took a small group to Africa to shoot some of the deadliest creatures on the planet.
23 Mar 2015 Pro shooter Adam Monk shares some clever tips for anyone hoping to take their landscape photography to the next level.
<i>Photos by Thomas-Liam Ryan.</i>
17 Mar 2015 It's tough getting out of bed early on cold, foggy mornings, but if shooting stunnning landscapes is your thing, it's well worth the effort. In the second of our two-part story, Thomas-Liam Ryan shares some more brilliant tips on photographing fog.
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