If you have just purchased your first camera and want to learn the basics, these tips should help you to build a good foundation.
Taking pictures of buildings and structures, large or small, can be a complicated business and this list could run to 10 or 20 tips, but I have narrowed it down to 5 ideas to help the creativity flow . . .
A few tips that might help to make this year’s family photos a little better at the Christmas family get together.
Over the past five years, the Mobile Photography Awards have evolved into the world’s biggest annual event and competition of it’s kind.
Christmas is an exciting time to take photographs but is also a heavily photographed time of year, so try to approach your subjects with the thought of doing something different.
This week London braces itself for a major photo-fest. The hub of activity is Photo London, an international photography fair in its second year and is running until Sunday May 22.
The Natural History Museum has launched the hunt for the nation’s favourite wildlife photo.
Your chance to win a prestigious photography award as well as first prize worth £6,000!
You don’t always have to have a super complicated camera to take great photos . . .
At Somerset House between May 21 and 24th and will feature over 20 exhibitors showing a range of works from 19th Century to contemporary prints.
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