photo tips

Saturday April 11 is National Pet Day, and Nikon is encouraging budding photographers to get creative and capture their furry friends at home this Easter weekend.

Every week for the month of April we're sharing 5 new photo ideas you can try at home.

I once believed that the aim of landscape photography was perfection. The perfect sunrise. The perfect waterfall. The perfect wave.

Online video allows anyone to be seen and heard anywhere in the world. Whether you want to post vlogs on YouTube, promote your business through video or live stream an event, it takes just a few essentials to produce great video – without leaving the house.

Pro nature shooter Michael Snedic shares his road-tested tips for making great use of our time during isolation, with six tips on how to best capture images of plants at home.

Photographer Alfonso Calero shares his insights into capturing stunning photographs of waterfalls and a few top tips from weather conditions and composition, to camera settings and post-production editing.

Stuck at home and looking for new photography challenges? With most of us in self-isolation, we'll be sharing new ideas, tips and techniques you can try at home to challenge yourself and keep your image-making fresh. Every week for the month of April we're sharing 5 different photographic ideas to try at home.

With its unique spherical shape, a lensball creates stunning imagery through the technique of refraction. Here's how to get started with using one.

Dylan Fox shares his experience of revisiting and bringing something new to his image-making at Sugarloaf rock, one of the icons of landscape photography in WA.

Powerful foregrounds can make or break a wide angle shot, and they're a great way to totally transform a 'normal' landscape image to give it a three dimensional feel.

What makes a photo just right for printing on canvas? Is it only mountain ranges and close-up portraits that suit the format? Which compositions make the best transition to photo wall art? Here are a few things to keep in mind.

This handy video will show you how to use focus stacking in Photoshop to create the sharpest possible images.

If you’d asked me several years ago, ‘Do you think a reptile photo could end up being one of your favorite portrait images?, I’d probably have said ‘I doubt it’.

Over the years, I’ve had the great privilege to lose my hearing while capturing talented musicians doing what they do best - playing to receptive punters.

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.