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.
Want to avoid some of the more common mistakes made by photographers? Here are 6 camera settings that many get wrong along with some advice on how to get it right.
There are a number of reasons you might want to control your camera remotely – it can be useful for taking a group shot, for macro, long-exposure, or wildlife photography.