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How good are your images? What do you need to do to take better photos? Image Doctor online gives you the chance to get one-on-one feedback from leading professional photographer, Anthony McKee. Find out what you're doing right, what you're doing wrong and most importantly what you can do to improve your photos. It's a great way to learn about photography – and it's free.

Selections are based on interest value and the potential to demonstrate ways for photographers to improve. Only one entry per person per month is permitted.

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Roger The Country Dover
by Michelle Ovenden

Some days you need to look at the numbers and then start looking at the options. more

Milton Sound, New Zealand
by John Fowler

Too often we put weight on the centre of an image, but in this instance it's the edges of the picture that tell the story. more

Arthurs Pass New Zealand
by Peter Kornek

The brightest area of a photograph is usually going to command the most attention. So what do you do when the brightest part of the picture is also the most boring? more

Trick of the eye
by Jenny Hillman

Sometimes the very things you think you need in a photo, are in fact the last. As they say – less is often more. more

Startrails
by Jessica Barlow

Sometimes star trails can be similar to clouds - they can be very interesting, but ultimately we still want to know where we are! more

Live Drawing
by Robert Broeders

If you can, expose for the highlights and then save the shadows later. Once you lose the highlight detail you can never get it back! more

The Gap
by Allen Mieluk

Sometimes it is okay to think inside the square! more

Sailing into the Blue
by Nadia Janssen

Still life photography is a good training ground. It gives you the chance to easily explore and control all the options, including the design and lighting of a subject. The only limiting factor is you imagination. more

A flame's grace
by Luke Johnson

The challenge in photography is to engage an audience. Show them something that is going to keep their attention, and that often means telling a story! more

Flies on a wire
by Monica Neill

Cropping is about making sure the space around the subject is not a waste of space. more

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