photo tips

The Image Doctor, photo educator Saima Morel, can give constructive feedback on your images. This week, she takes a look at a coastal landscape, a well-cropped wildlife shot, a bold black and white and more.

Street photography is just about the purest form of photography there is – few rules, hardly any gear and the opportunity to capture something magical unfolding right on the streets around you.

In this video, you'll learn how you can use Photoshop to combine two images captured at different shutter speeds.

In this article, I’ll describe the process and decisions I went through to take this lunar eclipse multi-exposure sequence on medium format film.

We have found a short video to help you take your landscape photography to the next level.

In part two of our series on bringing the human element into landscape photos, Matthew Crompton looks at the human eye and silhouettes.

As young photojournalists we are taught that good images will be a perfect combination of beautiful light, interesting subject matter and thoughtful composition, but a great image will be all these things plus something special.

This great video tutorial will show you how to get started shooting film.

Many landscape photographers will go to great lengths to exclude people from their frames. And while this is a great way to show the landscape in its purest state, embracing the human element in your images can also create a powerful point of difference with your work.

Here's a short video tutorial to help you take your portrait photography to new heights.

The second instalment of travel and portrait photography pro, Dylan Goldby's, top tips on creatively using shutter speed to capture incredible photographs.

Travel and portrait photography pro Dylan Goldby explains how bringing a creative use of shutter speed to your photography can totally change your images.

Thanks to the video tutorial team at Mango Street, you can reinvigorate your photography in less than 20 minutes.

Photographer Bobbi Lockyer uses Instagram Reels to share quick and clever tips to enhance your photography.

Adobe’s new colour grading tool brings advanced adjustability to colours in Lightroom. But how does it work, and more importantly, how do you use it?

Photographer Col Leonhardt has just returned from the remote and isolated Kumpupintil Lake, 300km from Newman in the Pilbara region.