Lightning Pictures: How Do You Take Good Photographs of a Storm?

Thunderstorms are forecast in many parts of the UK. While severe weather can cause misery, it can also lead to spectacular photos – if you know how to take them. Continue Reading

What’s The Highest ISO You Can Use? How To Find Out For Yourself

Do you know the limits of your camera’s ISO? By limit, I mean the point at which, egads!, it’s just too much noise. If not, or if you’ve never bothered Continue Reading

Bad Weather Photography: Getting the Perfect Landscape Shots

The weather defines the mood of any landscape. Tony Worobiec reveals how to make the most of whatever it throws at you. Bad weather photography can offer up some great Continue Reading

How To Take Great Photos Of Your Artwork

Your works are high quality, so photographs of them should be, too. Whether you’re preparing an entry for a fine art competition, putting together a portfolio to impress gallery directors, agents, or Continue Reading

Brilliant Tips for Better Christmas Light Background Photography

It’s holiday time, which means big meals, a deluge of Christmas and holiday cards, family arguments moments, decorations, gifts, and lots lots lots of photos. Well, we’re here to give Continue Reading

Christmas Photography Tips

Christmastime (and winter) is the most energetic and exciting time to take photographs for a variety of reasons – the natural elements, the captivating and imaginative decorations (including Christmas lights) Continue Reading

This is What You Need to Know About Camera Aperture

One of the most commonly cited reasons that people give for wanting to transition from a point-and-shoot camera to an interchangeable lens system (mirrorless or DSLR) is the desire for Continue Reading