How to find your own shooting style and approach to each kind of subject.
You can’t always rely on fully automatic exposures, so it pays to learn how to adjust two important controls that determine how much light reaches the image sensor in a camera.
Camera equipment buying tips for nature photographers, from smartphones through to high-end cameras and lenses.
Many different moving subjects can make great photos and movies: people, animals, birds, vehicles, sports action or simply the motion of flowing water or blowing leaves. Photo Review tech editor Margaret Brown gives shooting and settings tips for each type of motion scene.
While today’s cameras are very competent on their own, there are plenty of useful accessories that can improve your creativity and make it easier to shoot photos and movies.
While light is critical to all areas of photography, it has its greatest impact in nature photos, especially when photographing landscapes.
How to capture high quality close-up and macro photos – tips and advice on depth of field, focus stacking, macro lighting, exposure, and selecting the right camera and lens gear.
When shooting a portrait, you are effectively translating a three-dimensional face into a flat plane of space. Positioning the camera in a way that complements the subject’s features and using appropriate camera and lens settings play key roles in the success of a good portrait.
A run-down of the main accessories for lenses, including hoods, filters, adapters and ring lights.
Buying and shooting tips for different types of wide angle lenses.