With a top prize of $120,000 and a total prize fund of $400,000, now is the time to enter your work into the HIPA photo contest
If you’re thinking of buying a Canon D-SLR but aren’t sure where to begin, our quick start guide can make the choice clear.
For a very limited time we’re giving readers the opportunity to download five of our digital photo magazines for free!
Five stunning winning images have been chosen in the British Heart Foundation’s landscape photography competition
Discover how to master metering to get perfectly exposed images in every situation. Here we show you what metering mode to use on your DSLR.
New EOS 1200D – Canon’s best-ever budget D-SLR for beginners, master your Canon camera in just one weekend, learn how to take beautiful boudoir portraits, projects on polarisers, candid portraits, create a mono montage, take close-ups of water droplets, plus free videos…
Looking to unleash your creativity? Try combining photos and textures for artistic effect. Here, we show you some great still-life techniques to get you started.
Tired of losing precious images in a morass of memory cards, flash drives and computer storage? WD’s Red drives are coming to the rescue.
Happy New Gear! Whether it’s your first Canon D-SLR or an upgrade, our your existing camera, we guarantee to help you become a better Canon photographer in 2014.
Your EOS camera is a picture-taking tool that’s been designed to capture tens of thousands of photos without any problems – and your lenses should provide a lifetime of service, too. But, like all tools, it needs to be looked after properly if it’s to keep running smoothly. By far your biggest concern will be dust, and the tutorial inside will show you a simple Canon sensor cleaning technique to keep your EOS camera running smoothly.