7 Quick Lighting Tips

1) Turn your sitters back to the sun Now the temptation is to have the sitter face the sun, so they are well lit, but this tends to lead to hard shadows and squinty eyes.

7 Tips to improve your portrait photography

1) Use Window Light Long before flash was invented artists used windows, in particular northern facing windows.

5 Tips for shooting music concerts

You want to shoot your favourite band, complete with light-show, lasers, fireworks and whatever other special effects are going on, so what's the best way of getting some good images (assuming you are not down in the press pit).

8 Tips for paying attention to detail

1) Watch the hands Don't show a flat hand - whether palm out or back facing the camera - it makes the hand look big, turn the hand edge on.

8 More tips to improve your portraits

1) Contrast clothes and location If your sitter is wearing blue, don't put them against a blue background.

14 Lighting Tips to Improve Your Portraits

1) Never use on-camera flash Because everytime it gives you the "rabbit in the headlights" - demonising red-eye look.

7 Tips for Working With Models

1) There are lots of models out there It's true, websites like model-mayhem, net-model, one-model-place have hundreds of models no more than 20 miles for where you are.