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Click and Learn Photography rounds up the 11 best lenses for wildlife photography, featuring options for both DSLR and Mirrorless cameras.
Getting started in photography doesn’t have to break the bank, there are plenty of starter bundles out there that don’t cost the earth, and we round up the best cameras for under $500 right here.
Struggling to find that perfect gift for your photography loving loved one? We’ve got you covered with this huge guide to photography related gifts, with everything from low budget stocking fillers to high-end luxury items covered. The holidays might seem ages away, but don’t hesitate to buy that perfect gift for the photographer in your life!
The Pergear 50mm f/1.8 is a budget-friendly manual focus lens available in Fujifilm X-Mount, Sony E-Mount and Micro 4/3 mount, but how does it stack up at such a low price? Click here for more.
The holidays are approaching fast but there’s one more exciting hurdle to get over before the festivities really begin – Black Friday 2019 falls on the 29th November this year, followed swiftly by Cyber Monday. Many retailers are offering an extended period of deals though, so make sure to double and triple check this page for all the latest photography related Black Friday Deals!
Vlogging has transformed into a bona bide online phenomenon, and camera manufacturers are battling it out to get in on the action. We round up the 12 best vlogging cameras on the market right now.
Amazon Prime Day is rapidly becoming one of the most anticipated shopping events of the year, and with it just around the corner we’re expecting a host of photography related savings to sink our teeth into! Click here for the best Amazon Prime Day photography deals
Have you outgrown your smartphone and want to upgrade to something with a bit more quality and flexibility? Maybe you find yourself boggled by all the different types of cameras, but we’re here to give a simple rundown of all the major camera types!
With cutting edge technology and some impressive image quality, some of the best Micro Four Thirds cameras offer a gateway to a lighter, more portable camera setup when compared with DSLRs and full-frame mirrorless cameras.
Offering a barely perceptible size and weight and ever-improving image quality, Micro Four Thirds systems are perfect as backups or travel cameras. We run through some of the best Micro Four Thirds lenses.
“How many photos can my SD card hold?” is one of the most common questions I hear, but it’s not quite as simple as giving a straight answer. Here’s your one-stop shop to find out how many photos your SD card can hold.
There comes a time when the kit lens isn’t enough and you’ll want upgrade your Nikon lens selection. If now is that time, here are our 5 must buy lenses for Nikon!
Astrophotography is one of the few genres of photography where gear really does make a big difference. But what should you look for in a good astrophotography, and what are some of the best cameras for astrophotography out there? Click here to find out.
Whether you shoot wedding, macro, still-life or even toy photography, choosing the best photography props can elevate your images to a new level. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite photography props for each genre here, although some props are great in almost every situation! Click here for more.
Tried our budget macro photography hacks and decided you want to take it a step further? Check out our comprehensive guide to the best macro lenses for Nikon and Canon DSLRs right here!
Buying a used camera without checking the shutter count is like buying a car without checking the mileage, but finding that shutter count number isn’t always as easy as it should be. Click here to find out how to check your camera’s shutter count!
The world of DSLR cameras is a daunting step for a beginner, with dozens of camera models on the market. No need to worry though, we’re here to guide you through the best beginner DSLR cameras on the market today!
Fujifilm might not have the biggest lens selection on the market, but what they do offer is almost always top notch in terms of quality. But what are the best Fujifilm lenses available? We take your through 10 of our favorite zoom and prime lenses for every photography situation.
There’s nothing quite like holding a physical, printed copy of one of your beloved photos, and printing is finally coming back into fashion! These are the best portable photo printers out there, and they’re ready and waiting to bring your images to life. Read more here.
Buying a tripod can be a minefield of confusion. Dozens of brands, hundreds of models, and all manner of features, terminology, and variations that you don’t understand. We’ve separated the wheat from the chaff here though, bringing you the Ultimate Guide to Buying a Tripod. Read more here.
A quick browse through Instagram will show you that you don’t need a professional setup to take nice photos of food, but in the world of high-end food photography equipment can be important. Click here for our 5 best lenses for food photography.
The digital photography megapixel war is back with a vengeance, and with it comes an extra demand for storage. Fortunately, digital storage has never been cheaper or faster, and there’s plenty to choose from when trying to find the best external hard drive for your needs! Read more here.
Why would a landscape photographer swap a professional, high-end monster such as the Nikon D810 for the modest Fuji X-T2? Click here to find out exactly why from a photographer that has done just that!
Here at Click and Learn Photography we’ve been very busy indeed. It’s not finished yet, but we’re currently writing a MASSIVE ebook that will cover everything you need to know about landscape photography. Register your interest for our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography ebook here.
Flash photography can be a confusing thing when first experimenting, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out these top tips for getting start with flash photography!
When it comes to equipment, travel photography is a very precise balancing act. Your travel photography gear needs to be both high quality and extremely portable. Click here for the perfectly assembled travel photography setup!
Ever since Ansel Adams catapulted Yosemite National Park to the forefront of landscape photography, it’s been a location ever-present on bucket lists the world over. If you’re planning a trip, take a look at our guide to photography in Yosemite here.
Banff National Park is undeniably one of the most beautiful places on earth, filled with wonder on a grand scale. If you’re planning a trip for photography in Banff (and you should be), we’ve got you covered with all the best locations and some top tips for travel photography. Read more here.
Macro photography, like most things in photography, is an expensive area to get in to. However, there are some relatively cheap ways to dip your toes in the unknown waters of macro photography, and some of them can yield incredible results. Read more here.
Astrophotography is more reliant on having the correct gear than most other genres of photography, and possibly the most important piece of equipment is your lens. A lens with excellent quality and a wide maximum aperture can help take your astrophotography to the next level, so here are some top recommendations for astrophotography lenses. Read more here.
There comes a time when the kit lens just doesn’t cut it. If now is that time, click here to discover our 5 must buy Canon lenses for your new DSLR.
We are of the utmost belief that a nifty fifty lens should be one of the first things you buy in your photography journey. They’re incredible value for money, offer excellent image quality, and are small, light, and versatile to boot! Read more here…
Photographers are notoriously picky when it comes to their gear, and that doesn’t change when thinking about the best thing to carry their expensive equipment around in. Choosing the best camera bags for your needs is a real hassle, but we’ve rounded up some of our favourites here.
We’ve already discussed our favourite landscape photography cameras, but now it’s time to delve into the world of lenses. With so many available and a bunch of confusing acronyms it can be easy to get overwhelmed when researching a new lens, but we’ve got all the best lenses for landscape photography compiled into one easy list here!
Drones and aerial photography have taken off (excuse the pun) in a big way over the past couple of years, but even with prices tumbling it can still be expensive business getting into drone photography. There are more budget friendly options out there though, so here we look into the very best drones you can buy for under $200. Read more here.
The question I get asked most, by far, is which camera is best for the budding landscape photographer. As with everything there are many variables to consider, but here we’ve compiled a list of our favourite cameras for landscape photography to suit all budgets, with both DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras included too!
Tenba may not be the first name on everybody’s lips when you think about a new photography backpack, but their quality more than stands up to the more well-known competitors in the market. Read on for our full review of the Tenba Solstice 20L backpack.
Kase may be one of the newest entrants to the UK filter market, but they’re making waves with their excellent quality and continued innovation. But does their filter holder, the Kase K8, live up to our ever heightening expectations from them? Read more here…
Why would you ever choose to limit yourself to a prime lens without a zoom? That’s what I and many other beginner photographers have asked, but there’s actually some very good reasons to do just that!
The night sky has had the human race overawed for millennia, and for us photographers it’s almost irresistible to try and capture this endless sea of stars. Astrophotography comes with it’s own unique challenges and obstacles though; challenges that our beginner’s guide to astrophotography aims to overcome.
Kase Filters are one of the newest players on the filter market in the UK, and their Kase Wolverine series jumps straight in at the premium end of the spectrum? But can their innovative features push them ahead of the curve in the neutral density filter market? Read our full review to find out.
Standing in front of a powerful waterfall summons a feeling like none other, and naturally many photographers are compelled to try and capture this emotion in an image. Waterfall photography requires more thought than just pointing and shooting though, so read on for our Ultimate Guide to Waterfall Photography…
Our latest guest post from Jake Traynor discusses the benefits of stripping things back in landscape photography and only travelling with a single lens. But is there something on the other side of the coin? Read more here.
NiSi were one of the first brands to come along and challenge the market leaders in the photographic filter industry, but a few years down the line have they managed to keep up with that innovative pace? We review their NiSi V5 Pro Filter System here to find out. Read more here…
Forest photography is one of the most difficult photography genres to crack. The overwhelming chaos of the environment presents unique challenges, but ones that are well worth overcoming. Once you get forest photography right, it will keep you coming back for more. Read more here…
Photography can be an expensive hobby, there’s no getting around that. But not every purchase has to break the bank – There are plenty of potentially game changing photography accessories out there that are fantastic value for money and great for those looking to expand their photography kit. These are 11 of the best photography accessories out there. Read more here…
Vanguard’s new range of tripods offer significant on-paper improvements over their old models, but how does the ultra-light Vanguard Veo2 235AB stack up against it’s predecessor? Matt Holland has tested it thoroughly, so read his conclusions here…
Matt Holland gives an in depth review on the award winning Vanguard Alta Pro 2+ tripod here, and it’s clear to see exactly why it was voted as the TIPA Award of 2017.
If you’ve made the decision to go mirrorless rather than DSLR, the next step is to find the right mirrorless camera for you. This is easier said than done, especially when considering the wide array of features on modern mirrorless cameras. We’re here to help with our top beginner mirrorless cameras though.
Anyone looking to invest in their photography has two choices: DSLR or Mirrorless. It’s a hard decision, but both come with specific advantages and disadvantages. We’ll discuss all of these here and help you decide which wins in the big DSLR vs Mirrorless camera debate.
The Haida NanoPro range of filters enter the market right at the premium end of the orice point, but how does the quality stack up against their more well known competition? Read our full Haida NanoPro Review here.
Lowepro are a name synonymous with photography, and their Flipside Trek series has seen them up their game even further. Does the Lowepro Flipside Trek 350AW weigh up for everyday use though? Read Matt Holland’s thoughts to find out.
Photography filters have the ability to transform your images, but buying the right filters for your photography needs can be confusing. We take you through everything you need to know about photography filters here!
Over 2 billion people on Earth own a smartphone, yet most photographers simply ignore their potential as serious photographic tools. Smartphone cameras have improved drastically in recent years, and here you can find some tips for getting the most out of that camera in your pocket.
Photography accessories come in all shapes and sizes, but some are more useful than others. Here we run through all the most useful and best value photography accessories to enhance your shooting experience.
Landscape photography isn’t all about the gear, but having the right equipment certainly helps to bring your vision to fruition. The first instalment in our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography focuses on just that.
Tripods are primarily used to stabilise your camera during long exposures, but they can have a secondary effect too – They can actually improve your photography skill just by using them. Read how here.
Photographers are notoriously difficult to buy for due to the often extortionate cost of photography equipment. It doesn’t all have to break the bank though – Here are 13 excellent gift ideas for the photographer in your life.