photo tips

A ton of handy Lightroom shortcuts, tips and hints in this great video.

Offered a unique opportunity to capture Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre from the air, Doug Gimesy returned with memory cards full of images and a new-found appreciation for the challenges of aerial photography.

Collating a series of nine images together is a great way to not only give some of your lesser images a second lease on life, but also focus your creativity. Lee Cleland explains how you can put together your own mini series.

Want some feedback on your work? AP's Image Doctor is giving free image critiques.

In part two of our feature on wildlife perspectives, we look at using different lenses and angles for more interesting images.

Bobby Skidmore shares the story behind a particularly frosty morning in beautiful Tassie last year.

Perspective can make a huge difference when it comes to photographing wildlife. Here's a crash course in getting started.

Photographer and educator James Popsys has created a quick and easy-to-follow video tutorial on editing your landscape shots in Lightroom.

Lighting, audio and editing are all vital skills for good video - in part two of our feature on video for mirrorless shooters, we share a few key things to consider.

Hybrid photography zealot Tim Levy explores how being a photographer gives you all the grounding you need to explore your camera’s video features to their fullest potential.

In part two of our two part series on landscape composition, we look at centring your frame, and ditching the tripod.

Mitchell Kaneshkevich shares the story behind this dark and moody portrait from Indonesia.

A telephoto lens lets us control perspective as well as fill our frame. Here’s why.

Composition is something that challenges even seasoned landscape shooters. These tips will have you creating more compelling images now.

Creativity isn’t always something you can just turn on and off like a tap, and just like a leaky tap needs a freshen up, so too does your mind. Start thinking in new and interesting ways with these quick tips.

Creativity isn’t always something you can just turn on and off like a tap, and just like a leaky tap needs a freshen up, so too does your mind. Start thinking in new and interesting ways with these quick tips.