We’ve all seen some of the superb photography to have come out of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, and it’s been very easy to take the speed with which we’ve been able to view these images for granted.
While digital cameras have eliminated the need to carry two types of film, it’s still important to think about which scenes work best in monochrome. In her latest column, Anna Togg reveals a simple method she uses to give her black and white photography the most flexibility.
If you’ve got to grips with the Rule of Thirds, it’s time to start using a few more advanced image composition aids that will help you take your photography to the next level.
Here are ten things we know you are tired of hearing, and responses that will keep it professional. Some of them might even help you turn insults into income…