photo tips

Your camera has a superpower, and using the RAW file format can unleash a raft of benefits that’ll transform your photos. AP dives in.

New cameras are great, but they mean we are shooting more images than ever. So how do you pick the best, manage the rest, and get rid of the trash?

Want some feedback on your work? AP's Image Doctor is giving free image critiques.

How long do you spend editing your photos, and at what point do you feel you're "satisfied" or "done" with editing one of your images?

Selecting the right lens for portrait photography is an important decision.

More and more modern cameras support their own versions of Multi-Shot / Pixel Shift High-Resolution modes, but what exactly is it, and is it worth the trouble?

Five more photos are on the operating table for this month's Image Doctor.

Although my photography usually focuses on watching tiny birds through a long lens, I also enjoy taking portraits and I love the way that monochrome can highlight texture and mood.

In part two of our two part series on capturing long exposure architecture images in black and white, we dive deep into the editing process.

In this special feature, former Photographer of the Year Black and White category winner Matthew Tuffield shares his tips for dramatic and otherworldly architectural imagery.

Helen Whittle lifts the lid on a striking portrait of her daughter and the family cat.

Drew Hopper explores five more ways you can relight the spark of your photographic creativity.

In this article, photographer Drew Hopper shares 5 tips on how to stay motivated and creatively inspired in your photography, whether it's just a hobby or your full time job.

More landscape composition tips to get you breaking away from the rule of thirds.

We know most of you probably don't print your work, but you know what? You should!

What makes for great compositions, and how can you develop a better sense for how to use them when you’re in the field?