This simple technique will allow you to capture both motion and texture in your landscape images.
Photographing wildlife can be both exhilarating and satisfying but it is not without challenges. Alison Langevad shares her tips for getting both your camera and yourself ready for your next wildlife experience.
Printing your own pictures is a truly satisfying experience. It is the final step to creating an image and brings the work to life.
Sure, there’s the fancy gear and the beautiful locations. But in landscape photography, composition is the thing that ties everything together. Pro photographer Dylan Fox shares the secrets of how he constructs his stunning images.
With many of Sydney's best-known landmarks once more dressed up in laser light, we asked AP intern and Vivid enthusiast Will Pembroke to share his best tips for shooting this iconic event and to name a few of his favourite shooting locations.
Mads Peter Iversen is back with another excellent tutorial, this time on photographing the Northern Lights.
One of the most memorable experiences in over 22 years of wildlife photography, was seeing and photographing this leaping polar bear in the Arctic Circle.
Self-confessed Japan tragic Alfonso Calero shares his picks for Kyoto and Tokyo's best photography locations far from the maddening crowd.
Is a mobile workflow now a reality? Mark Galer tries combining his iPad with Adobe products with some intriguing results.
This excellent new video shows the ins and outs of sharpening portraits.
Small studio spaces don't have to limit your creativity. Here's how to make the most of them.
Wildlife photographer Michael Snedic shares the story behind this striking image from Tanzania.
Why underexposing can help you take better images.
Last Easter Anthony McKee travelled to Flores, Indonesia, to photograph a unique religious festival. Here's how he did it.
Coming to us from the inspirational Mads Peter Iversen, this great video shares five valuable tips for that will help you develop as a photographer.