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Get immersed into the world of photography as we chat about our favourite 5 films about photography and photographers.
Learn how the history of photography movements altered over the decades. Discover the pioneers and how society changed photography.
History of Cameras OVER 500 years of changing technologies. Where it began, the successes, failures and the people behind the invention.
Who was Ansel Adams? He’s probably the most famous landscape photographer, but did you know that he almost became a concert pianist?
Beginners guide to using strobe flash heads. I’ll walk you through the common buttons and dials & how to connect to your camera.
Take photos AND protect the Earth with these 8 environmentally friendly photography accessories and brands.
COMPLETE GUIDE to depth of field for beginner photographers. Discover how to use DoF, and how to change depth using aperture, lenses & angles.
Drone photography for beginners guide will give you a breakdown on how to get started, the best drones for beginner and what the rules apply.
This guide will show you how to get started in football photography, the best camera kit and how you can take amazing shots of the action!
I’ve got 8 ways to reduce your carbon footprint as a photographer that requires very little effort or changes to your current lifestyle.
iPhotography supports Duke of Edinburgh Award photography courses online for young people working towards Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.
We’ve got a full guide to explain all the buttons, dials, and ports that you’ll find on a digital camera – perfect for beginner photographers
What is the best course to take? Check out our photography and photo editing course roadmap to discover the best way to learn photography
Get ready for a low-cost and creative way to take photos with this guide to lens ball photography for beginners
Macro lens filters are a low-budget option for beginner photographers wanting to capture close-up photos without breaking the bank.