Friday, 8th December 2017
Perhaps you’ve headed out to an incredible location, only to be disappointed by pictures that don’t do your scenery full justice. There are lots of things you can do to improve your photography, from investing in better lenses to improving your post-production chops. But when it comes to landscape photography, perhaps the best move you can make is paying more attention to the times of day you’re actually shooting.
Wednesday, 6th December 2017
This week we’re delving into the research and prep that’s vital for every brilliant photo story. With photojournalism month in full swing, allow us to assume for a second that you’re reasonably on top of how your camera works. Getting a well composed, sharp frame is no problem for you, and you’ve made good progress when it comes to processing and exporting your finished images. Problem is, that’s not all photojournalism is about.
Monday, 24th July 2017
Quick, name some clichés in travel photography. Wait, we can do it for you: badly lit photographs of exotic food that do NOT look like a delicacy? Check. Local person scowling at the camera? Check. Travel photography clichés are everywhere. Fortunately, our love for all things travel and all things photography intersect neatly, so we have come up with a few tips to help you produce travel photography that’s a cut above the rest.
Wednesday, 5th July 2017
It’s travel month here at OLYMPUS central – so check your passport has a few blank pages, clear your memory cards and make sure your vaccinations are up to date, because over the next month we’re going to teach you all you need to know about the ins and outs of travel photography. Allow us – and our expert, globe-trotting OLYMPUS ambassadors – to share a bit of urban photography knowledge.
Monday, 6th March 2017
Expect hundreds of exhibitors, from manufacturers to retailers; talks covering everything from mastering social media to cracking off-camera lighting, plus the opportunity to try and buy everything from cameras to tripods – but it’s precisely because there’s so much on offer that if you’re hoping to get the most from The Photography Show, you’re going to need a plan. Luckily, we’re in your corner. Here are our pre-show highlights…
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.
Thursday, 22nd December 2016
If there’s one thing we love as photographers, it’s light. We like to carefully note where it’s coming from, how bright it is, what colour it is and what its qualities are: hard, soft, dappled – feel free to make a list of your own poetic adjectives. But, as they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder – so it’s with great pleasure that we recommend you consider braving the streets when it’s dark.
Wednesday, 13th January 2016
Many people start taking photographs because they have something they want to capture and they enjoy that specific type of photography. Maybe you live near the sea and you’re blessed with beautiful seascape sunsets, or you live in the Scottish Highlands and have an abundance of wonderful wildlife. It’s quite easy to shoot a single subject without ever pushing yourself to try new challenges within your hobby.