Camera Skills

Shoot autumn colour indoors

While a lot of Autumn images are best grabbed in the great outdoors, there’s nothing wrong with bringing a bit of autumn indoors and having some fun when the wind and rain is battering against the win...

6 top tips for shooting Autumn fungi

Discover the tips and tricks you can employ to get cracking shots of mushrooms! In this video, JA and AJ head down to the local woods on a fungi expedition, and reveal the top six ways that will make ...

Shoot the magic of mist

There are no secrets to getting good mist shots – despite what the clickbait internet articles might suggest. You just need a good eye, and some common sense when it comes to your technique...

Get to grips with Hyperfocal Distance

When it comes to getting pictures that are sharp all the way through from foreground to background, a great method you can use is hyperfocal distancing, writes Andrew James & Jon Adams.

Quick guide to exposure bracketing

The photography phrase ‘bracketing’ refers to a simple technique where you capture a number of frames of the same scene, but each image has an intentional technical difference, writes Andrew James and...

Going grey! A quick guide to using a grey card in the digital age

In our recent article on metering modes, we touched on the option of using a grey card as a reference for getting accurate exposures, writes Jon Adams. Here, we’ll explore the way such a tool is used ...

Quick guide to standard metering modes

Every camera has various different light metering options. It needs these to be able to get an acceptable exposure of a scene that’s neither too bright or dark for your taste, writes Andrew James and ...

Know more about noise

You all know that one of the things you need to deal with when shooting photos, is noise, writes Jon Adams & Andrew James. The term noise is a strange one really since you can’t hear a photograph –  s...

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