We investigate various kit options for owners of interchangeable-lens cameras.
We examine why and when sensor crop factors should be considered when you’re shooting with the camera hand-held in low light levels.
Teleconverters provide an affordable way to increase the focal length of a lens – but should you buy one?
Ways to ensure you can rely on your camera’s autofocus.
Ways to create landscape photographs that make the viewer feel immersed in the scene.
We revisit panoramic photography and explore situations where it can be valuable.
A guide to choosing the most suitable equipment for landscape photography, wherever you happen to be.
Close-up shots pull you directly into a subject and make you focus on its detail. They’re great for highlighting something normally overlooked, and for revealing intimate attributes of larger objects.
With the increasing dominance of mirrorless cameras, particularly those with larger sensors, Photo Review tech editor Margaret Brown looks at six key factors to consider when buying an interchangeable lens camera.
Photo Review tech editor Margaret Brown has some practical advice on the preparation, camera gear, settings and shooting tips for taking memorable wildlife photos.