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Easy ways to create a photobook

Printed books are a great way to store and share a collection of images and preserve valuable photos for future generations. And there are plenty of companies offering online photobook services. This article helps you choose a service provider and takes you through the production process from start to finish…

Polarised positions

Polarising filters should be one of the first tools in the camera bag for an outdoor photographer, as they suppress reflections and reduce the effect of atmospheric haze. Landscape photographers often fit polarisers to darken the sky and make white clouds more prominent. And they are also handy when you want to subdue glare from reflective surfaces like water and glass.

Equipment for street photography

The equipment you choose will depend on how you approach street photography. If, like Henri Cartier-Bresson, you prefer keeping a low profile, you will tend to choose smaller, less conspicuous equipment. On the other hand, if you’re a confident photographer who is happy to engage with subjects (like Diane Arbus), the visibility of your equipment will be irrelevant. The following tips will guide you to the best types of gear for street photography, whichever of the approaches you take…