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photo tips

Weekly photography tips to help you become a better photographer.

30 Jun 2015 As the reigning AIPP Professional Photographer of the Year, wedding shooter James Simmons knows a thing or two about making pictures. He talks to Marc Gafen about the road to success and his unique approach to photography.
26 Jun 2015 Award-winning Australian sports photographer Adam Pretty discusses some of his best known images and how he came to capture them.
24 Jun 2015 Ansel Adams once said that photographers should visualise the print before taking a photo. Here's a great video from Mark Wallace that shows you how to do it.
23 Jun 2015 Learning the ins and outs of your camera is one thing but if you want to take your landscape skills to the next level you need to get creative says Dylan Fox. In the final installment of his two-part series Fox shares five more clever tips to help you take your photography to the next level.
18 Jun 2015 Successful street photographs should raise more questions than they answer, says award-winning street photographer Jesse Marlow. Photos that stop you in your tracks and force you to take a second look are the types of photos he strives to take, and enjoys viewing. Here he shares his five top tips for capturing great images on the streets.
17 Jun 2015 How do you capture your own take on a location that’s photographed by hundreds of visitors every day? That was the challenge for Dylan Fox on a recent visit to the Twelve Apostles.
17 Jun 2015 Learning the ins and outs of your camera is one thing, but if you want to take your landscape skills to the next level you need to get creative says Dylan Fox. In the first of a two-part series he shares five clever tips to help you take your photography to the next level.
08 Jun 2015 When it comes to making the most of your images, pressing the shutter button is just the beginning. Mark Galer shows you how to make your landscapes 'pop' by enhancing colour, tone, sharpness and much more in Adobe Lightroom.
08 Jun 2015 If you find yourself regularly cropping your photos, or you just feel like you’re never close enough to your subject, it might be time to get a longer lens. Anthony McKee tells you everything you need to know about telephoto lenses.
01 Jun 2015 There are a few subjects we commonly associate with slow shutter speeds – waterfalls, city lights and star trails. Why not apply the same technique to people? Here are six tips to get you started.
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