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.
You might think you know a lot about photography, but we’ve uncovered some bizarre facts that we’re pretty sure you won’t have heard before – and might not even believe! From the incredible to the downright odd, you might be skeptical about some of these facts, but we swear that each and every one of them are true!
Known for his minimalistic but breathtaking black and white landscapes, US-based Michael Kenna is making a trip back to his native England to exhibit 50 of his photographs from around the world at the Brindley Arts Centre in Cheshire.
With just a few clicks you can correct exposure and white balance problems, tweak contrast, remove unwanted objects and add better backgrounds. But with that power comes the ability to make mistakes, bad mistakes. To make life easier during those early days when you’re just getting to grips with your photo editing software, we’ve compiled [...]