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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by Michael Bailey

If only this spider had made you jump... just a little to the left! more

by Sally Nicholls

There is often a danger in giving people too much direction... that they might never discover their own way in photography. more

by Aydan Collins

Getting the right exposure can be tricky, particularly if there is a lot of white or black in the scene. Using a local rather than an overall solution is often the best solution. more

On the watch
by andrea

Cropping is always best done in camera, but this does mean you need to be aware of all the elements in the scene before you start zooming in. Crop too hard at the capture stage, and you might miss the opportunity to improve the photograph at a later stage. more

Killing Fields, Phnom Penh
by Philip Coggan

Great documentary and street photographs are not made with long lenses, but with short lenses and short walks! more

Dipper at Rest
by Kate Malligan - submitted by parent

Getting down low is one of the simplest ways of getting a different look on the world... just ask any dog! more

by Josh Bluntschli

Image editing is most effective when the viewer cannot say with any certainty that the image has been edited at all. more

Sunset the old lighthouse
by Matthew Farrelly

ND filters are a rather broad brush. They can make a sky look fantastic, but they can also darken the hero elements of a photo. Here are a couple of solutions to the problem. more

by Natasha Batt

Are cool photos heart warming? The warmth or coolness of the light in a photograph can have a huge impact on how people feel about a photograph. more

Ebb and Flow
by Chris Oh

When working in challenging conditions, the answer can often be to explore various options! more

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