How to use the histogram displays in your camera to improve your photos.
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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.
For a number of years specialist websites have been promoting a technique that involves adjusting the exposure to place the histogram peak as far as possible to the right of the graph without clipping highlights.
In the wake of shutdowns caused by COVID-19 there are plenty of online photography courses available at levels ranging from the most basic instructions to professional skills development.
At a time of limited new photo opportunities, why not try out some new software for viewing, editing and displaying your images…
When taking photos is not an option, there are plenty of useful things you can do with your photography.
There are so many different printer options it’s not easy to decide which one best suits your needs. Essentially, it boils down to three decisions…
How to capture people pictures that are creative, interesting, respectful and allowed.
A new image file format, High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF) is being introduced, with the first camera to use it, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III paving the way for what is being touted as ‘JPEG’s replacement’.