Edinburgh Photography Workshop
Some of the language used in photography is confusing. What exactly is a stop?
A comparison of the Kase Wolverine Filter System and Lee Filters
Using a different shutter speed can blur or freeze motion in your subjects.
Owner of Dundas Street Framers, Mark Bowman, chats about photography and the importance of photographs in a frame
A photographic journey of the Western Highlands and Isle of Skye
What’s the difference between Lightroom, Classic and Mobile version?
Find great locations throughout Scotland with a great book
Changing the sync modes on your flash can give creative results
The latest update of Lightroom Classic has added a brand new feature, Texture Control.
The temperature of light can change the look and feel of your photographs
Create a professional looking headshot with just 2 lights
The final part of a photographers guide to the Isle of Skye
A photographers guide to some familiar and not so familiar locations on the Isle of Skye in Scotland
A photographers’ guide to some familiar and not so familiar locations on the Isle of Skye in Scotland
Look after your photographs by having a strong back-up strategy.
Shoot and process a star trail image
The tool most press photographers use, Photo Mechanic, has just got seriously better.
Birmingham’s NEC played host to the UK’s largest gathering of photography suppliers, The Photography Show 2019
Whether or not to head out at the weekend is always a challenge – which is the best weather service?
Eleven photography apps for your mobile device that will help you get better photos
Bring your best images together without using valuable disk space
A conversation with Edinburgh Photography Workshop client, Sally Anderson
What’s the best format for shooting on your camera?
Getting to know keyboard shortcut codes will speed up your Lightroom editing
There are hundreds of different tripods on the market – which is best for you?
Make the subject of your photo front and centre by filling the frame
How to produce a better balance to your pictures by using the space around the subject
Finding symmetry in your shots helps to give a graphic design feel to your images
Guide your viewers to see what made you take a photograph
Where you put things in your shot is just as important as good exposure
The latest update from Adobe to Lightroom CC Classic has improved the way you work
Here are the Christmas gifts photographers would love to find in their stockings this Christmas.
A great enhancement to the planner in Photopills
How to achieve the Schindler’s List effect of a colour pop.
Some of the best Black Friday photography deals available in the UK
Ever struggled taking photographs through glass?
How to get better results in high contrast scenes
A daily cleaning routine to keep your camera and lenses in top shape.
Using High Dynamic Range can let your camera ‘see’ what you can
Create a really dramatic hero shot on one of those dreary winter days
Take better seascape photos by joining the Forth coastline Landscape & Seascape workshop
Impressive light-trails that make your night-time images look stunning
The low down on one of the most important tools in a landscape photographers kit
Disasters can strike at any time so here are a few common photography school-boy errors to avoid so you get brilliant photographs
Concluding post on a recent two-day private photo-tour
First of two posts on a recent two-day private photo-tour
Shoot in the blue hour to get fabulous night-time images
How to find dust spots in your photos and fix them
Why do I need more than one filter?
A look at how Adobe’s Lightroom organises your files and catalogues
Gain protection of your copyright by adding metadata - part 2
Stopping your pictures from being stolen – part 1
Slow down time; increase dynamic range and see through water
How to get better, sharper photos
If your camera doesn’t have GPS you can still track where you’ve snapped
Second of two posts that look at photographing in Namibia. Part 2 – photography tour
Photograph and process the milky way in Adobe Lightroom
Edinburgh Photography Workshop gains TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2018
First of two posts that look at photographing in Namibia. Part 1 - personal tour
Using the key ingredient in photography to improve your pictures
Why we shouldn’t get obsessed with aperture to change depth of field.
Take great looking images and spend less time on your computer with this handy 20-second edit
The hidden feature that guarantees sharper photographs
How to take great panorama images and then get them ready to be printed
Why understanding hyperfocal distance will make your photographs sharper from front to back.
Getting the exposure right when shooting things that are black or white
Sunrise to sunset along the banks of the Forth River with Edinburgh Photography Workshop
Edinburgh Photography Workshop partners with the Arienas Collective to bring the #1 Rated workshop for beginners to Edinburgh's Georgian New Town