Friday, 24th February 2017
If there’s one thing photographers know, it’s light. How much of it there is, where it’s coming from, how to shape and modify it, and how to add to it. Understanding how to harness your OLYMPUS’ low-light capabilities can open a whole new world of photography. Turn your lens heavenwards and join us for the beginners’ guide to star trail photography.
Friday, 17th February 2017
If you know the kind of images you love, you’ll gradually grow into a style of photography that suits you. The result: more confident, artistic photography, and images that your audience will identify as yours before they ever see a caption.
Friday, 3rd February 2017
Want to push your photography – and yourself – to the limit? Head out onto the streets and look for the thousands of little stories going on around you all the time. Reportage photography is part journalism, part art, and takes years to master. Take the first step with our bite-size tips.
Tuesday, 24th January 2017
Within your camera’s tiny frame beats a hyper-intelligent heart, capable of performing the brutal maths needed to compress incoming, Full HD video into a format storable on an SD card, or applying filters to RAW images. And, just like your laptop or tablet, every now and then the operating system at the heart of your camera will benefit from an update.
Tuesday, 17th January 2017
Shooting buildings should be easy – after all, people far more qualified than you have done all the heavy lifting. Famous buildings have an inherent shape, beauty and balance provided by highly-sought-after architects, are finished by world-class tradespeople and often sit within already-iconic cities – all your job is as a photographer is to turn up and keep your exposures balanced – right?