photo tips

More landscape composition tips to get you breaking away from the rule of thirds.

We know most of you probably don't print your work, but you know what? You should!

What makes for great compositions, and how can you develop a better sense for how to use them when you’re in the field?

Five more images are on the operating table in this month's Image Doctor.

This photo is one of a series called Sirens, photographs of monstrous storm waves named after mythological beings.

Three Canon pro photographers share the stories and creative processes behind their most powerful portraits.

A 'blue' supermoon is set to grace our skies on August 31. We asked photographer Sean Scott for a few tips for capturing it.

If you've ever thought about trying to get fine art photography work into a gallery, then this helpful video might be just the ticket.

In the final part of our three part series on editing wildlife images, we look at HSL/Colour, Noise and Sharpness, and the final tweaks you should make to complete your image editing workflow.

In part two of our masterclass in editing wildlife shots, we explore the Develop module in Lightroom, covering everything from White Balance to Presence.

Captured back in 2016, this striking image sparked a love for aerials that continue today.

This useful video tutorial will show you the ins and outs of correcting overexposed and underexposed images with Lightroom.

In this video by Steve Perry, you'll learn how and why camera height impacts storytelling in wildlife photos.

In part two of our series on capturing winning portfolios in Photographer of the Year, category winners Yu Pang George Chan and Tim Burgess share their advice.

Although we always want to shoot in morning or afternoon light, sometimes you just don't have a choice and need to work with what's in front of you. So how do you make the most of it?

In part two of our series on night time street photography, we look at the gear and the settings you'll need for great shots.