Baxter Bradford is a Devon based landscape photographer with a wealth of knowledge about how to capture stunning images. As part of the Benro filter test I found myself along with a select group of other uk photo press checking out the new system and how to use it.Read More
The best photography tips are the ones that come from years of experience, the advice that goes beyond the obvious and delves into many of the specific problems photographers face when trying to achieve different types of images.
On this page you will find all of our best photography tips, tricks and techniques to help you master your camera and take your photos to the next level! From portraits and landscapes to night photography, wildlife and more, these tutorials will help you make meaningful changes and improvements to your photography. You'll gain the confidence you need to fine tune your skills and take on more challenging subjects with your camera.
What's more, if you have some great photography tips and tricks that you would like to share, please do get in touch!
by Jeff Meyer | Jun 16, 2018
Detu has launched the MAX – price tag $3,599 – a 360 camera aimed at professional users which can capture 3D VR footage as well as 12K images and 8K videos.Read More
by Angela Nicholson | Jun 12, 2018
The Huawei P20 Pro smartphone has an excellent camera, we explain how to set it up to get the best from it straight away.Read More
by Jeff Meyer | Jun 1, 2018
Continuous shooting is the first setting sports photographers and most wildlife photographers dial in, and it’s also quite handy for portrait shoots. In this tutorial we show you how to set up your camera to shoot action sequences.Read More
by Jeff Meyer | May 25, 2018
Browsing through your images is a great reminder of just how much you’ve grown as a photographer, and, likewise, if you’ve hit a slump in your picture taking, this can be a great way to pull yourself out of it.Read More
by Jeff Meyer | May 13, 2018
There’s a fair amount of trial and error involved in making 360 videos and photos, but hopefully these 360 camera tips and tricks we’ve gleaned from our experience testing the latest technology will help you start making spherical content you can be proud of.Read More
by Ali Jennings | May 7, 2018
As a general guide for normal shooting conditions, the 180-degree shutter rule says that your camera’s shutter speed should always be twice that of the frame rate when filming video.Read More
by Ali Jennings | May 4, 2018
Simply put, the pull focus technique enables you to switch the focus of your shot from one subject to another. I’s a way for videographers to pull the viewer’s attention from one item in a scene to another, such as during dialogue. In this tutorial we show you how to pull focus on your mirrorless camera or DSLR.Read More
by Jeff Meyer | Apr 29, 2018
Can the Nikon D3400 record video, shot raw files, do a time-lapse, get wet? People have many questions about this popular DSLR, and in this tutorial we answer all the common questions about what the Nikon D3400 can and can’t do.Read More