Whether you’re starting from scratch or augmenting your current workspace, the basic tools you’ll need for a digital darkroom are a computer, a monitor screen and a printer. You’ll also need backing-up systems and, possibly, a scanner.
Memory cards are changing to meet the increasing need for data transfer speed and storage capacity.
Backing-up should be the first step in any image or video editing process.
We investigate various kit options for owners of interchangeable-lens cameras.
Teleconverters provide an affordable way to increase the focal length of a lens – but should you buy one?
An explanation of what this specification means and how relevant it is for different photographers.
Factors that will affect upcoming camera gear availability and pricing.
Important facts you need to know about your camera’s batteries.
With online purchase of camera gear on the rise, we’re renewing our advice to buy from a local camera specialist retailer where possible, and we’ve updated our checklist of what to consider before buying from overseas sellers.
Photo enthusiasts looking to upgrade to a mirrorless camera system have a range of attractive models to choose from.