Best gifts for photographers under £100

1. A budget prime lens If you have only ever use zooms, a ‘nifty fifty’ 50mm prime lens is a valuable addition to your lens arsenal for not much extra cost. Even a budget model, such as the Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II, offers a fixed wide aperture, which lets the light flood in, [...]

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5 things an editor should never say to a photographer (and 5 things a photographer should never say back)

It’s a special relationship, that between an editor and a photographer. If it’s nurtured and respected, it will yield high returns for both, not just in the form of of paid commissions and beautifully illustrated publications but also with referrals, publicity and other dividends that befalls those who play the long game.

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How to deal with photography bullies – 6 ways to avoid being taken advantage of

To be a photographer, you have to be thick skinned, particularly if you are in a genre where you have to deal with people (actually you have to be pretty thick skinned if you get attacked by wildlife too, but that’s another story).

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