Shots of scenery play an important role in your travel ‘story’.
We revisit panoramic photography and explore situations where it can be valuable.
Your camera’s histogram display can be used to help you deal with subjects outside the sensor’s normal responses.
How to use the histogram displays in your camera to improve your photos.
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.
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’.
Photo Review tech editor Margaret Brown has some practical advice on the preparation, camera gear, settings and shooting tips for taking memorable wildlife photos.
Photos are playing a key role following the Global Climate Strike, showing the passion and clear messages of enormous crowds around the world.