photo tips

Alfonso Calero gives a first-timers guide to Madrid's Photography hotspots.

With canyon season on us there’s never been a better time to explore with your camera. Jake Anderson shows you how.

Photographer Dylan Goldby explains what you can do to get your own personal project off the ground, reflecting on his experiences capturing the lives of the Lai Tu Chin people of Myanmar.

In our photo tip of the week, Andy Mumford looks at why a telephoto is great for landscapes.

Travel photographer Drew Hopper shares seven great tips to help you capture stunning slow-shutter-speed photos on the street.

Feeling overwhelmed by all those dials on your camera? Here are five tips that will have you taking better photographs right away.

A freak dust storm in outback Australia led to a remarkable photo for Pete Dobré.

In our photo tip of the week, we look at how you can master indoor lighting and fast moving subjects. Time to hit the dancefloor.

Setting up a mobile studio while travelling allowed pro photographer Alfonso Calero to take a series of unique images to mark the Chinese Year of the Rooster.

For many photographers the idea of having an indoor studio might seem an expensive pipedream, but it doesn't need to be.

Joining the locals in Papua New Guinea’s Kimbe Bay led to a unique over-and-under photo opportunity for pro nature photographer Justin Gilligan.

Veteran guide and professional photo traveller Darran Leal offers some top travel tips to help your next domestic or international photo adventure run smoothly.

Anyone living along Australia's coastline or near inland waterways and waterfalls might like to try their hand at shooting dramatic black and white water-themed landscapes.

In our photo tip of the week, Bradley Zastrow explains why you should consider shooting film again.

Nick Rains shares his tip for better travel portraits in our photo tip of the week.