photo tips

This excellent new video by photography YouTube channel COOPH shares seven great tips for better black and white street photography with one of the modern masters of the genre: photographer Alan Schaller.

This tip may just be the best kept secret to making the most of Dodge and Burn in Lightroom.

Stu Gibson, Winner of the 2019 Nikon Surf Photo and Video of the Year Award, shares five quick tips for capturing the ultimate surf photo.

Rainforests are challenging subjects even for hardened photographers. Here's some tips to consider next time you shoot in one.

In this great video, you'll learn the basics behind flash photography and some cool tricks to try on your next portrait shoot.

Does understanding the science and technology behind photography made any difference to the end product? Allen Murabayashi weighs in.

Even at night, it’s possible to capture dynamic and different wildlife images that are packed with punch and drama. Here’s how.

Pro Wildlife Photographer Michael Snedic gives four tips on how to capture better wildlife images.

Emotion is one of the most valuable elements in great portrait photography. Photographer Bhagi Siva looks at four ways to bring it out in your own images.

Here are my top five Victorian landscapes locations to photograph, along with my tips to capture them in their best light. Enjoy.

Content-Aware Fill is one of Photoshop's most powerful features. Don't believe us? Well just check out this video by Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect, as he shows a simple method for removing a chain link fence from an image.

As one of the fundamentals of great image-making, composition is also one of the most challenging to master. Here’s eight techniques to push your compositions further, faster.

Tackling a complex issue in their first podcast, new channel The Group Chat has weighed in on presets and their value to photographers.

Capturing beautiful streaks of light are a great way to bring a different feel to your cityscape or landscape images. Pro photographer Kieran Stone breaks down how it’s done.

Want to take your bird images up a notch? Then you have to move beyond the static and embrace the dynamism of bird behaviour and personality. Here’s part two of Georgina Steytler's tips.