Most photographers have one image they’re dying to shoot. They can usually visualise it, but getting it in the can is another matter entirely. What you need is a plan…
Blog posts: Photo tips
Great tips, tricks and advice from professional photographers to help you get the perfect picture on your travels and expeditions. Struggling with compositions? Losing focus? Let our professionals guide you to creating a masterful photograph. Whether it is on uses for your all-in-one or advice on structuring your shots there will always be something new to learn. Be sure to visit the photo tips section and become a virtuoso behind the lens.
Ever wondered why the sun always shows as a blob of overexposed light in your pictures? Learn how how to create beautiful bursting rays of light.
I wanted to part some personal thoughts on shooting travel assignments and attempted at avoiding the obvious. I have put together some of my own selection of images a lot of which didn’t make the story to illustrate some of these points.
It’s become ever easier to manipulate images, but how do you know when enough is enough?
In an effort to boost sales of their compact cameras, Sony Australia has come up with an online – slightly off-the-wall – marketing campaign. It has produced a series of videos poking gentle (but acutely-observed) fun at stereotypical DSLR users, with the tag line ‘All the gear and no idea’.
It’s easy to convert colour images into black-and-hite photos these days, but to make arty masterpieces you need to know more than simply how to click a button.
A collection of the most photographed places in the globe, the reason why they are so popular and a few handy hints on how to get a unique angle.
Possibly the least appreciated element in photography is contrast and while few photographers understand it, even fewer know how to manage it.
Tips on what to photograph on safari, from portraits to food.
Love it or hate it, light is the single most important factor in photography. Learn to use it properly and you’re nine-tenths of the way to being a great photographer; fail to grasp its subtle nuances and you’ll be frustrated by your pictures.