Wildlife

Behind the Lens - Andrew Bazeley

Behind the Lens - Andrew Bazeley

This week on Behind the Lens we talk to Andrew Bazeley - A wildlife photographer who began his journey on hearing about the imminent demise of the polar bear population. The polar bear population survived, but Andrew had caught the bug of wildlife photography and now travels all over the world to photograph some of the most dangerous apex predators on earth.

Ultimate Guide to Autumn / Fall Photography

Ultimate Guide to Autumn / Fall Photography

Autumn may feel a long way off in the height of summer, but it can creep up on the unprepared photographer quickly and be over in the blink of an eye. It’s not just for nature photographers either - Portrait, wedding, and street photographers can all take advantage of the season. Make the most of the beautiful autumn colour with our Ultimate Guide to Autumn and Fall Photography.

Ultimate Guide to Spring Photography - Tips and Tricks

Ultimate Guide to Spring Photography - Tips and Tricks

The days are longer and the temperature warmer. It can mean just one thing - Spring is well on the way! After months of enduring the dark and cold of the winter it's a welcome arrival, and us photographers have plenty to look forward to. From bluebells to baby birds to springtime street photography - There's something for everybody in spring!

5 Filters That Can Transform Your Photography Forever

5 Filters That Can Transform Your Photography Forever

Filters have been around in photography for decades, and as a result there are countless brands and variations. How can you separate the wheat from the chaff though? Click here to read our guide on five of the best filters to improve your photography...

Top Tips to Improve Your Winter Photography

Top Tips to Improve Your Winter Photography

Wintry conditions and snow can transform everyday scenes into winter wonderlands, making snow one of the most rewarding conditions to photograph in. These conditions do bring their own specific challenges though, but follow these top tips and you won't go far wrong!

Forget Rainy Day Projects - Here's Why You Should Be Photographing in Bad Weather

Forget Rainy Day Projects - Here's Why You Should Be Photographing in Bad Weather

Many websites list a bunch of photography projects to get started on on a rainy day. I would argue that staying inside on a rainy day is missing out on a potential photographic goldmine! Stormy weather can bring the most dramatic of conditions, and when the light breaks through it can turn a scene from impressive to awe inspiring.

Natural Light - The Types of Light and How to Use Them

Natural Light - The Types of Light and How to Use Them

Light is the most important factor in photography. Without light there is no photograph, and the presence of aesthetically pleasing light is almost as important! Using natural light takes a lot of patience and research, but when you master the art of predicting the light the rewards will shine through in your photography.

5 More Tips to Improve Your Photography Composition

5 More Tips to Improve Your Photography Composition

Composition is the most important tool in a photographer's arsenal, and when used correctly it can be the difference between an average image and a world class one. There are no dead-set rules in composition, but there are a few guidelines that are useful to use as starting points in your photography adventure.

Beginners Guide to Photography Composition

Beginners Guide to Photography Composition

Composition is the single most important aspect in photography. Without great composition you simply cannot get a great photograph. No matter how gorgeous the scene is, it will look two dimensional and boring without some compositional thought, so we've put together a beginners guide to thinking about composition!

The Exposure Triangle Explained - Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO

The Exposure Triangle Explained - Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO

There's just one thing you need to learn in order to understand how a photograph is taken - The Exposure Triangle. Each of these three variables affect the brightness of an image, but also bring with them some other key components to photography. Everything you need to know about the Exposure Triangle is right here!