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Photoshop Elements 6 (Mac)

After a two year absence Adobe Photoshop Elements makes a welcome return to the Mac. Was it worth the wait? "Gone is the bright, shiny,...

Lenses

The beauty of DSLR is that you can attach a different lens to your camera depending on what and where you're planning to photograph Now...

Nikon D60 review

The Nikon D60 replaces an existing model in the consumer DSLR range, but can it keep up with the new models from the competition? "You'll...

Canon EOS 450D first impressions

The Canon EOS 450D shaves a little size and weight off its predecessors, while easing the upgrade path from compact to DSLR. We take...

Shutter Speed

Shutter speed controls the amount of movement in a photo, be it a sporting freeze frame or a dramatic night shot "Blurry images are the...

Aperture 2.0 review

Aperture, Apple's pro digital image workflow application, is now within the reach of amateur budgets. What does it offer the serious photo enthusiast? "The Aperture...

Nikon D80 review

We look at the Nikon D80, the manufacturer's premium consumer DSLR, and wonder whether the wealth of high-end features make it worth paying more...

White Balance

White balance and colour temperature are really quite simple to get to grips with as you'll find out in this starters' guide to white...

ISO

Changing the ISO is the DSLR equivalent of changing film speed in a conventional camera What is ISO? You’ve probably seen an ISO or ASA number...

Olympus E-510 review

Aimed at novices and enthusiasts alike, the compact but versatile Olympus E-510 is one of the smallest and highly featured DSLRs available "Unlike the majority...

Nikon D300 review

We review the Nikon D300 and ask whether this model, clearly targeting the enthusiast, lives up to its predecessor's title as the best semi-pro...

Aperture

In the first in a series of starters' guides for new DSLR users, we explain the principles of aperture and f-stops "Aperture is also known...