Kevin helps put a new tilt on your photography by introducing the Dutch Angle, also known as the Tilt Angle, which will allow you to convey new things!
Peter takes some time to shares some further thoughts on how you can add narrative to your photography and create portraits with depth and meaning.
Peter shares four key areas for you to focus on when you’re wanting to push past taking simple snapshots and start adding stronger narrative to your images.
Peter shares some tips from his experience shooting live music in a whole collection of dark, smelly pubs. Because, where’s the charm if they don’t smell?
What is the best way to get your night photo if you don’t have a tripod? Kevin Cheng shares a few tips for you to steady your camera and get the shot!
The world is made up of lines. They are often used in photography as “Leading Lines.” What are these leading lines and how do they work in photography?
Haven’t picked up the camera in a while, but want to keep photography ticking over in your head? Here’s some tips on how to do photography on paper!
Peter Bower takes a look at some of his images utilising ghetto lighting and shares some images for you to take inspiration from when using the practice.