How to photograph waves: the gear you need and the settings to freeze the waves mid-air and to shoot those soft, blurred long exposures.Read More
You don’t need a 600mm lens and a safari to enjoy wildlife photography; get to know your subject, and start small.Read More
Camera won’t take a photo or won’t focus where you want it to? Try one of these simple options to fix your focussing problems.Read More
You have ventured off auto mode. You know what aperture is. You can have a go at changing the shutter speed. But what settings should you actually use, now you aren’t on auto?Read More
Once you’ve worked out how to change your aperture, it can be tempting to work with what you know and never really dig deeper into what your camera can do. I’ll bet you never knew your camera could do at least one of these things.Read More
A photographer’s tools are light and time. What happens when you push the limits of the second? Just how long can you leave your shutter open for? And why would you want to?Read More
Do you want to learn how to use your camera off auto once and for all?
Do you want to know WHY you need f4 for a blurred background?
Do you want to be able to react to changing light and fix your settings without thinking about it?
If the answer to these questions is, “Yes”, then you need to burn your cheatsheets today.Read More
If your images are a bit soft, a bit blurry or a bit out of focus, it's going to be one of only 3 reasons causing the problem - an autofocus issue, a depth of field issue, or a shutter speed issue. Try these troubleshooting steps before you take your camera to be looked at, if you think you have a sharpness problem.Read More