If you find yourself with unexpectedly blurry photos when you start to venture off auto modes, read this post and check you have fixed one critical setting buried deep in your camera’s menus.Read More
How many times have you tried to learn how to use your camera? And how far did you get?Read More
1. Hold the camera firmly, but not over-tightly. You don't want to be tense. You're aiming for solid but not rigid.
2. Support it with two hands - one to press the shutter button and the other to take the weight of the lens.Read More
You might be considering starting A Year With My Camera in September. You might have a friend who has recommended it. You might have seen it on Facebook. But if you're new to it, you are probably wondering what it is, and why it's different.Read More
Do you know how to look after your lens, clean your sensor, and stop your memory cards corrupting?Read More
This is a post for hobby photographers.
Some professionals and aspiring professionals have strong feelings about what is the Right Way To Shoot. And some feel that the way they do it is the way everyone should do it. If that's you, please look away now.Read More
Are you scared to change anything on your camera in case you can't get it back to how it was? Are you worried you'll miss the shot? Fear not. I have some emergency settings you can use.Read More
Using a tripod won't always automatically improve your photography. But there are a few times when it will.Read More
If you buy a camera in a shop, the first accessory they will try to sell you is a UV filter "to protect your lens". What does it actually do, and do you really need one?Read More