Although horses photograph beautifully, getting the perfect shot is a challenge that requires a special set of skills. In this article, experienced horse breeder and equine photographer, Nicole Emanuel, shares tips and advice on how to capture eye-catching images of horses…
How to get meaningful shots of community events and festivals.
The benefits and shortcomings of each shutter type, and when they are best used…
Steve Scalone was about 12 when he picked up a camera for the first time. It was his father’s 1950s Paxette 35mm rangefinder and while the elder Scalone had never really managed to get to grips with it, young Steve just seemed to have an intuitive feel for photographic technology.
The best way to record trip memories you’ll be proud to share is by using pictures to create a coherent story. This article will help you develop a clear idea of the highlights of your trip and which of them are best to share, be it an online gallery, a slideshow or a photo book.
Despite all the inbuilt technologies in today’s cameras, some key choices should be made before going on a photo shoot…
This article outlines the best techniques for taking photographs of everyday life, including shooting tips we can learn from the pioneers in street photography.
How in-camera pre-sets can assist with low-light shooting.
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.
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.