Sydney photographer Alfonso Calero recently returned from Hokkaido, Japan, in winter. Here's his advice for shooting in this beautiful winter wonderland. Read more
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.
Take a look at this new 'behind the scenes' video, which shows how Australian photographer Alexia Sinclair creates her elaborate 18th-Century-inspired nudes.
In our photo tip of the week, photographer Drew Hopper shares his advice for better black and white photos.
Finding your feet with landscapes and wondering what’s next? Pro photographer Dylan Fox knows a thing or two about capturing breathtaking scenes in the outdoors. This is his 'cheat sheet' for success.
With thousands of kilometres to choose from, these are the best seascape locations in our fair country.
Using flash with wildlife is often thought of as controversial. But should it be? Gregory Basco shows you how smart use of flash can transform your wildlife photography.
Want to take better cityscape images? fine art photographer Leanne Cole shares her sure-fire tips for better shots of beautiful cities.
Shoot wildlife against the sun and you’ll discover a wealth of opportunities to enrich your images. Here's how to do it.
Saima's tip: Compositions with lines leading diagonally to or from corners of the frame can be powerful and dramatic.
Nick Rains shares three simple tips to help you develop your skills to capture powerful portraits of perfect strangers.
Patience, patience and more patience. Pro wildlife photographer Max Rinaldi reveals what it took to capture an incredible moment with pinpoint sharpness.
Saima’s tip: Lowish lighting and a high ISO are two key culprits when it comes to unwanted noise!
Wildlife photographer Bruce Thomson knows a thing or two about night photography. Ahead of the release of his new book, Australian Wildlife After Dark, he speaks to Rob Ditessa about how unique camera setups help him to capture nocturnal wildlife in their natural environment.