Tips and Tutorials

Ultimate Guide to Spring Photography – Tips and Tricks

The days grow longer and the temperature warmer – Spring is here. There is plenty that spring offers to all manner of photographer, with a burst of colour injected into landscapes and street scenes alike. Read our Ultimate Guide to Spring Photography to make the most of this season.

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Leading Lines – How Can They Improve Your Photography Composition?

There are plenty of ways to enhance the sense of depth and three-dimensionality in a photograph, but not many can work as powerfully as a well placed leading line to draw the viewer’s eye into the scene. Leading lines are hugely effective compositional tools in all types of photography and can be used to great effect in the right hands. Read more here.

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Cityscape Photography – 11 Tips to Take Your Cityscape Shooting up a Level

The majority of the developed world is classed as living in an urban environment, so most of us have relatively easy access to a nearby city. Cityscape photography may borrow a host of techniques from other genres of photography, but it’s outputs are definitely that of a standalone genre. Read on for our 11 top tips to take your cityscape photography up a level!

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Richard Gaspari – Beginner Tips for Time Lapse Photography

In our latest guest post Richard Gaspari takes us into the fascinating world of time-lapse photography, providing you with some excellent tips to help you get to grips with this sub-genre of photography. It can seem daunting at first, but follow these tips and you’ll be putting together some stunning time-lapse scenes in no time!

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Tearing up the Rulebook – 12 Photography Rules and When to Break Them

Always use the Rule of Thirds. Always use the Rule of Odds. Always shoot with your back to the sun. We’re bombarded with rules that try to dictate our photography from the moment we begin learning, but creativity should never be bound by concrete and inflexible rules. Here, we tear up the rulebook and enhance our photographic creativity!

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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.

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Photography in the Rain – Making the Most of a Rainy Day

What do you do when it’s raining? Batten down the hatches and wait for it to pass? Most people do that, but they’re missing a wealth of photography opportunities out there in the rain, and that applies across the board to all photography genres. Read on for all our tips and ideas for making the most of that rainy day.

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How to Install Adobe Lightroom Presets

The array of presets on offer for Adobe Lightroom indicates just how widely used and loved the program is, but many photographers are put off using presets because they expect a lengthy and frustrating installation process. Fortunately, installing Lightroom presets is an absolute breeze! Read more here…

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The Best Lens for Astrophotography – What is it?

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.

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6 Reasons to Start Using Prime Lenses

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!

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Ultimate Guide to Waterfall Photography

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…

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5 Places to Start Your Street Photography Journey

Today’s guest post comes to you from Sebastian Jacobitz – A talented street photographer from Berlin who takes us through the best places to start looking in street photography. Sebastian runs his own blog dedicated to street photography. Read more here…

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Ultimate Guide to Forest Photography – Tips and Tricks

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…

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Cityscape Photography Tips and Tricks from Seoul

Cityscape photography can look absolutely incredible when done correctly, but if you’re not careful you can easily end up with a mess of bright lights and deep shadows assaulting the eyes. Ethan Brooke from SeoulInspired is here to help you out though, giving you some top tips on cityscape photography along with some of the best places to shoot in Seoul!

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Tips to Improve Your Winter Photography

Winter conditions and snow can transform everyday scenes into winter wonderland, making snow one of the most rewarding weather conditions to photograph in. This does bring it’s own challenges though, but follow these top winter photography tips and you won’t go far wrong!

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5 More Photography Composition Tips

Composition is the most important aspect of photography, and if used correctly it can be the difference between an average image and a great one. Here are 5 more photography composition tips to improve your images.

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Beginners Guide to Photography Composition

Composition is the most important aspect in photography. Without good composition you simply cannot get a great photograph, no matter how stunning the scene before you is. Get ahead with our beginners guide to composition here.

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