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Weekly photography tips to help you become a better photographer.

21 May 2015 David Lazar shares five more tips to help you shoot stunning travel portraits on your next holiday.
21 May 2015 Mark Galer shares a failsafe checklist to help you increase your success rate when shooting portraits.
11 May 2015 How do you take great photos of people when it’s clear they really don’t like having their photos taken? Darran Leal faced this challenge on a recent visit to Morocco. He explains how he was able to create an image that accommodated the locals' wish for privacy with his own desire to document something of the local culture.
05 May 2015 Ron Lovitt’s photo of the final ball of the 1960 Tied Test between Australia and the West Indies remains one of the most famous in the history of cricket. The story of how it came to be is as riveting as the photo itself.
04 May 2015 Portraiture requires specific skills, but when combined with travel there are a wider range of issues to consider. Veteran travel shooter David Lazar shares 10 useful tips for photographing people during your travels.
Curved Lines: Curved lines have the effect of slowing the photograph down and suggesting time passing. It suggests a tranquil, restful mood and having time to get there. The restful nature of a curve allows us to dwell at length on the photograph. (Photo by Tony Bridge.)
01 May 2015 The line is one of the strongest visual tools in a landscape photographer's tool bag. Lines begin somewhere and go somewhere and therefore imply movement. We show you how to use lines to create stronger compositions.
Photo by Chris Bray.
27 Apr 2015 You don't always have the luxury of time or local knowledge when it comes to shooting landscapes. Adventure photographer Chris Bray shares his five best tips for shooting beautiful landscapes when you're in an unfamiliar place and you need to get in, get the shot and get out fast.
27 Apr 2015 While most DSLRs offers a host of controls and settings, there are really only three you need to worry about – aperture, shutter speed and ISO. In this series, we take a close look at each of these variables and how they can be used to create better pictures. In this, the second part of the series, we examine the finer points of shutter speed.
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.
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