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Smartphone camera vs DSLR: which is better?

Smartphone camera vs DSLR: which is better? It’s an interesting question. Of course, when it comes to image quality, your DSLR (and certainly all modern DSLRs) win hands down. But smartphone cameras are improving, and many can now produce images that make for a decent A4-size print. And in terms ...

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How to compose and shoot minimalist landscapes

In this tutorial we show you how to use empty space in your compositions when shooting minimalist landscape photography. With winter drawing the vibrant colours out from the landscape, it’s the perfect opportunity to capture some empty, minimalist scenery. You don’t need a sweeping, dramatic scene in perfect golden light ...

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Night Photography Tips: 9 essential steps for beginners

Has Seasonal Affective Disorder got you particularly down about your night photography and low light pictures in general? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s one of the more challenging subjects in photography. Learn how to take better photos at night with these 9 carefully selected night photography tips for beginners. ...

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How to shoot a ‘cool’ wintry portrait

If you’re lucky enough to have snow for a portrait shoot, then make the most of it – snow is a natural reflector of light so it gives lovely, soft, flattering light with subtle shadows. Here in the UK, though, it seems that it only snows when we don’t want ...

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