image doctor

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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Sunset over Kutabu
by Steve Paterson

A sunset scene does not have to include the sun itself, just the wonderful warm lighting and colour that that time of day provides. more

Evening at the market
by Ronald Fritz

Filtered light is a great way to inject mood into an image, writes Saima Morel more

by Chris Smith

Often the subject itself is not the problem, it is simply the time of day that we have decided to make the photo. more

Secret Readings
by Katherine Miller

Great photographs often require a collaboration between you and your subject. You are not just the photographer but also the director – and you need to encourage the best performance from your talent. more

Kiama Seascape
by michael geddes

Geometry is important to our eyes. It is like we know how a scene should look, and if you mess with the verticals then we are never going to believe what we are looking at! more

Soldiers of the Fatherland
by jack mcmaster

One thing I have learnt over the years is the importance of "value added photography". Rather than giving us just one key element in a photograph, show us more of the stories that are happening in the same frame. more

First Aid Kit II
by Tim Guihot

Eyes which engage well with the camera lens often make compelling portraits. more

Contemporary Aussie Life
by nitin Saksena

I often consider photography to be a dance, and when it comes to post-production, it is a dance with the tones. Here's some advice on how to manage the highlights. more

Stairway to Redemption
by Marko Ozegovic

There are a lot of locations like this in our cities. The challenge is putting your own stamp on the scene. more

Doing so little, can be so big.
by Phil Tregenza

More often than not, photographers get obsessed with the foreground and forget to include a background. more

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