Planning to do some holiday shooting with your camera or iPhone? Here are some tips on what to pack.
A clean camera means better pictures, and luckily the techniques are easy and the tools are cheap.
Slow down your shutter speed to capture the beauty of flowing water.
How to salvage badly lit, exposed, or composed photos and make them frame-worthy keepers.
Photographic panoramas are now easy to make with a bit of camera or software help.
Setting your camera's white balance properly will fix all the other colors in the scene as well.
Follow these tips to put everything into focus.
Learn how to shoot a photo with shallow depth of field so that the subject is sharp and the background is out of focus.
Photographic composition can spell the difference between an inspired image and one that is dull and flat.
We've collected some basic, all-around tips for getting the best shots of the moon.
Panning is a technique that lets you capture the essence of motion in a photo. By shooting with a somewhat slow shutter speed and tracking the action as you take the picture, you blur the background while freezing the subject. Here's how to do it.
Get a waterproof cover to protect your camera from spring showers.
Should you shoot compressed or uncompressed photos? Here's how to decide which format is best for your image.
Everything you need to know about getting some really nice close-up photos with almost any camera.
Though the days of grainy photos are far behind us, digital photos have a similar problem, called digital noise. Here's how to get rid of it.
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