The London 2012 Olympics are nearly here (!), so we asked Jeff Cable, Director of Marketing at Lexar and pro photographer, for his top 10 tips for photographing the Olympics and sports events in general.
One of the UK's leading landscape and travel photographers, David Noton, explores the difference between taking and making a photograph.
We take a look at two products that help to improve your external flash system - the Orbis Ring Flash and the Gary Fong Lightsphere Pro Kit.
Phil Barber from Aspire Photography Training shares some top tips for getting started in DSLR film-making.
Professional sports photographer, Jordan Weeks, shares his top tips for taking better sports photos.
As the UK braces itself against the first real cold spell of 2012 and many of us are enjoying a sprinkling of snow, we spoke to Light & Land tour leader Duncan McEwan for his tips on shooting Winter close-up photos.
In this, the third and final feature on Winter Photography from the Light & Land team, Duncan talks us through the making of some of his favourite winter photographs.
One of the UK's leading landscape and travel photographers, David Noton, looks back at the photographs that got away...
In the second of our 3-part series on Winter Photography, we spoke to Light & Land tour leader David Ward about his experiences of shooting 'Winter in Glencoe'.
In the first of a three part ‘Winter Photography’ series by the Light & Land team, tour leader and Landscape Photographer of the Year winner Antony Spencer talks us through the challenges of capturing the spectacular Aurora Borealis...
Kodak share some tips on how to take great photos of your family's Halloween celebrations.
Adam Groffman from Wimdu explores how to use social media to share your travel photos.
In Part 2 of our Going Pro series, some of the UK's leading photographers reveal how they became professional photographers.
One of the UK's leading landscape and travel photographers, David Noton, explores what it takes to become a professional photographer.
Renowned aerial photographer Jason Hawkes takes to the skies armed only with a Nokia N8 camera phone...
Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld considers if, when and how you should post-process your photos.
One of the UK's leading landscape and travel photographers, David Noton, explains how to set a camera's white balance for landscapes.
Professional photographer Mark Schacter takes a very personal look at his home country of Canada in his latest book, "Roads", with all 160 images processed with DxO Optics Pro.
Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld explains step-by-step how to create a watermark in Photoshop to help prevent your online photos from being misused.
Photographer and filmmaker Armand Dijcks explains how to capture light in motion through Intentional Camera Movement photography.
Commercial photographer Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld explains why you don't need an expensive tilt-shift lens for architectural photography.