photo tips

Improving your landscape photography skills might have wider benefits than just a better portfolio. Mitch Green explains how shooting landscapes has improved his approach to everyday life.

In this video, you'll learn four different ways to replace a sky using Photoshop.

It's now remembered largely as a box-office bomb that was panned by critics, but Hollywood Director Brian De Palma's film The Bonfire of the Vanities did have one redeeming feature - the legendary Concorde at JFK shot that cost $80,000.

Exploring the photographic opportunities on our doorstep is key right now, explains Michael Snedic.

Nick Melidonis shares the story behind his striking black and white capture of the 16th Century Rossanou monastery.

Light is everything! Michael Snedic looks at how best to manage diffused and harsh light in part two our tips for wildlife photographers.

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Light is perhaps the most important aspect of photography, and understanding how it works and how to make the most of your camera in different lighting situations is a sure-fire way to capturing better images.

In the last hour of the last day of a two-week sub-Antarctic expedition, Doug Gimesy was fortunate enough to capture this image of a rare Southern Royal Albatross. Here’s how he did it.

Some industry pros have shared their best tips for young and aspiring sports photographers. 

Just about every image can benefit from local edits, and the Adjustment Brush is one of Lightroom’s best tools for this very purpose. Here are 3 more ways to master this powerful feature.

Drew Hopper cracks open a cold one and explains the story behind his evocative image from rural NSW.

Just about every image can benefit from local edits, and the Adjustment Brush is one of Lightroom’s best tools for this very purpose. Here are 3 ways to master this powerful feature.

There is always something magical about black and white street photography. From the use of light, degree of contrast through to framing and story-telling, black and white street photography is a manifestation of knowledge and technique at its best.

More than 60 images were used to create this stunning water droplet image.

If there’s one thing we love about Lightroom Classic, it’s the wealth of shortcuts that can speed up your workflow. James Ostinga shares a few (more!) of his favourites.