Five more images are on the operating table in this month's Image Doctor. Read more
For landscape photographers, there's nothing quite as frustrating as a clear, blue sky. In this video, you'll learn a few techniques to help you still come home with great shots.
When I was young, my father encouraged me to always observe the world. He taught me ‘to see’. He would stop suddenly and say, ‘Look at that!’ The colour of one leaf, texture on a rock, or the shapes of the clouds.
As nature photographers, we have an obligation—professionally and morally—to protect the ecosystems we love to capture.
Here's a handy video that's got something in it for just about every portrait photographer.
An image more than 12-months in the making finally became a reality for APS photographer Andrew Swinfield.
In part two of our series on aerials, we look at the gear, camera setup and the value of local knowledge.
Aerial photography presents its own unique challenges to photographers. Here’s how to nail your first aerial experience.
Ultimate Creative Week is our annual photography tour and, for the first time ever, this year we're headed down under to the Land of the Long White Cloud, New Zealand.
Want some feedback on your work? AP's Image Doctor is giving free image critiques.
In part two of our two-part series on capturing rainforests, we look at patterns and details, abstract and creative techniques and the technical stuff to keep front-of-mind.
Keen to capture better rainforest photos? In this special feature, we’ll show you how to capture great photos in these beautiful but challenging environments.
Here's three more tips for how to capture experimental photos without the need for Photoshop.
Five more images are on the operating table in this month's Image Doctor.
Think you need a raft of image-editing software to get creative images? Well, think again, as we explain how to capture experimental photos without the need for Photoshop.
We've gathered up a few more tips to get you thinking about how to shoot successful landscapes, no matter your skill level or where you live.
In part two of our two part series on photographing quiet landscapes, we look at the lenses, the light and the importance of experimentation.