The A to Z of Photography Do your pictures come out too dark? Find out what causes underexposure and how to fix it.
The A to Z of Photography We all know telephotos magnify distant subjects but there’s more to these lenses than meets the eye.
Fujifilm’s new party-friendly Instax goes old-school, ditching the digital hybrid setup of the SQ10.
The v4.0 firmware update for Fujifilm’s X-T2 mirrorless camera looked great but has brought major issues.
The A to Z of Photography Shutter speed is used both for basic exposure control and for creative photographic effects.
The A to Z of Photography Photographers love raw files, but what are they, what do they do and why do they matter?
Its prints are half the size and cost ten times more than regular lab prints. So what’s the point of the Instax SP-3?
The A to Z of Photography Quick release plates are used on tripod heads to make it easy to attach and remove your camera.
We had crowds, we had blizzards, but at The Photography Show 2018 we also saw some amazing camera kit.
The Lumix GX9 is aimed at the enthusiast photographer who wants a compact but high-performance camera.
The A to Z of Photography It’s the simplest automatic exposure mode on your camera, but maybe it’s not as dumb as it seems?
The A to Z of Photography What is overexposure, why is it such a problem for digital cameras and what can you do about it?
The A to Z of Photography Noise is the bane of digital photographers, but what exactly is it, and what can you do about it?
If you’ve got a new camera, here’s our guide to the essential settings you need to get right before you start shooting.
Adobe has updated its pro photo cataloguing software with a cloud-first approach, but it brings some tricky decisions…
The A to Z of Photography Camera metering systems are now incredibly sophisticated, so why do we still need different metering modes?
The A to Z of Photography What is a low-pass filter, and why is not having one on the camera sensor regarded as a selling point?
The A to Z of Photography Kelvin is a measure of ‘color temperature’, the scientific terminology for white balance.
Affinity Photo 1.6 brings stabilized brushes, performance improvements and a new 'light' user interface.