photo tips

AP Ed. Mike O'Connor shares the tragic story of Uzbekistan's Aral Sea and the graveyard of ships left behind.

In part two of our two part series that that breaks down a solid photography checklist, we look at using light, pitfalls to watch for and a big one - what makes your shot special?

Learn how to capture the best images you possibly can with this handy pre-shoot checklist.

So, you're thinking of entering the 2022 Photographer of the Year? We asked expert judge Sally Brownbill for her advice for what it takes to improve your chances in the prestigious competition.

New Zealand’s rugged coastlines deliver drama in spades, as the APS' Elizabeth Passuello discovers.

Learn how targeted editing can deliver more powerful black and white imagery in this special feature.

This great video explains one of the more technical differences between DSLR and Mirrorless cameras in an easy to understand way.

Sometimes good fortune strikes when you least expect it - Dylan Fox shares how hunting for other subjects led him to this striking capture in WA.

Dubai's desert sands make great photography subjects, if you can tear your eyes away from the country's architecture that is.

In the second part of our series on unusual travel tips, we look at why you should embrace the ugliness, and not always listen to the locals...

Here are seven (well, four this week!) unusual photography tips that will help you grow as a travel photographer.

This great video will teach you what you need to know about stabilisation - how it works, in what situations it's useful, and whether you should pay a premium for it in your next camera lens.

Five more images are on the operating table in this month's Image Doctor presented by SanDisk.

Mandarine Montgomery’s love for music photography has taken her backstage to capture some of the best bands to hit Aussie shores. She lifts the lid on what it was like to join British new wave legends Duran Duran on their 2012 tour.

If there's one thing that'll put a downer on just about any landscape shoot, it's a flat and boring sky. So what should you do when you find yourself at the perfect location in unexciting weather?

The Australian Alpine region is a rugged, harsh landscape. In part two of our two part series, we look at using lines, shapes and patterns, simplifying the frame and the gear you'll need to explore the outdoors.