Sydney photographer Yan Zhang stumbled across a once-in-a-lifetime flowering event in the Blue Mountains earlier this year. Read more
Get on the starting grid for dynamic wildlife action pictures with this advice from award-winning, husband-and-wife pro shooters Steve and Ann Toon.
Who knew soap bubbles had such spectacularly psychedelic trance-parties swirling across their surface?!! With a little setup and practice, you’ll soon be snapping photos that look quite literally out of this world.
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 of his favourites.
Get on the starting grid for some dynamic wildlife action pictures with this advice from award-winning, husband-and-wife pro shooters Steve and Ann Toon.
In part two of our two part series on photographing horses, Katie Mendl takes a look at a few tricks of the trade for stunning imagery.
Inspiration truly is all around us, and the team at Mango Street give you all their best tips for making the most of it in this short video.
In the second part of our two part series on cold weather photography, we look at a few technical elements - using the histogram and your camera's light meter.
In just over 20 minutes, this video will help improve your ability to make the most of your smartphone's video capabilities.
Planning a trip to colder climes this winter? If you want to come back with more than just frozen hands and feet, check out these tips for nailing the shot when the mercury drops.
For centuries, horses have been drawn on the walls of caves, hung as paintings and tapestries on the walls of castles and carved into the earth on the side of mountains. Here’s how to create your own art when photographing these beautiful animals.
Ever needed to use flash, but not wanted it to look like you did? We have found a short and sweet video tutorial teaching you how to achieve just that.
Photographing waterfalls is something almost every landscape photographer loves to do. Here's seven mistakes to avoid when photographing them.
Five and a half minutes of lighting setups with no ads, no talking and no distractions.
You may be familiar with Photoshop’s quick selection tool, but did you know there’s other ways you can make precise selections, including for colour, focus and subject? Here’s a crash course in making advanced selections in your post-processing workflow.
So, you're thinking of entering the 2021 Photographer of the Year? We asked expert judge Sally Brownbill for her advice for what it takes to improve your chances in the ninth edition of the competition.