photo tips

Understanding how to read and interpret the different types of light is an important skill for any photographer. Here’s what you should look for.

With it's beautiful sandy beaches, surprisingly diverse wildlife, unique rainforests and striking lakes, Fraser island (K’gari) is a location that's perfect for a photography getaway.

Alfonso Calero is back from spending a week exploring the sweltering summer heat of South Australia.

Here are a few things to consider before you head out on your next photo trip.

In this great video, portrait photographer Manny Ortiz shows just how useful the humble speedlight can be when it comes to shooting outdoor portraits in bright midday light.

Composition is the cornerstone of creating a great image, and in this useful video, Nigel Danson shares seven tips to help you improve your use of composition in landscape photography.

When nature puts on a show and lightning forks across the sky, it’s almost remiss not to capture it. Lightning moments are fleeting however, and as a photographer you need to be prepared.

The team at Ted’s Cameras share their top underwater photography tips.

Travel photographer Andrew Peacock shares the story behind his striking and vibrant images from Bhutan.

Images need a pick me up? The Image Doctor will see you now. Get feedback on your work in our regular image doctor column.

In a world where innumerable images jostle for our attention, there’s still something to be said for the old-school way of promoting and exhibiting on the gallery wall. Here’s how to get your exhibition off the ground.

SmugMug Films has released a new video that showcases the amazing work of London-based street photographer Alan Schaller.

For many photographers, flying a drone in New Zealand is the dream. With its rugged coastlines, snow-capped mountains, and secluded beaches, the country is breathtakingly beautiful.

Photography is a broad church. It is an art form, it is a tool of the press, it is a form of recreation, it is a business. It is a social record. It is a medium for pornography and it also records family history, sometimes at one and the same time.

Sydney-based timelapse photographer Matthew Vandeputte has released two new books about timelapse photography, and they're available for order now.