Although anyone with a smart-phone can take candid pictures in public places, most of these photos are little more than snapshots and easily forgotten. True street photography requires a lot more than point-and-press picture-taking.
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You’ve just returned from a stunning photo shoot and the images are safely captured on memory card. The most common next step in the life of digital image files is transfer to computer hard disk. This is where most images remain, and also where they are most vulnerable…
Photo Review Tech Editor Margaret Brown looks into the benefits and consequences of using focal length extenders.
Advice on selecting the best inkjet printing media.
Don’t discard your old lenses; adapters can enable you to use them on your latest camera, usually with worthwhile results.
What you can – and shouldn’t – do with equipment that is labelled ‘weather resistant’.
Six years ago I found myself clocking up around 100 hours per week working part time in my pet photography business while holding down full time employment.
Photographer Rachel devine shares her tips on travel photography, backup on the run, wi-fi and immediate sharing of your images.
Learn how the relationships between these three important adjustment tools can enhance your photos…
Tips for using the Levels adjustments in an image editor to control brightness, contrast and colour balance.