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6 ways to get noticed as a photographer in 2016

Final surf photography advice from our professional photographer: what to look for in an underwater housing

As a photographer, it’s very hard to stand out from the ever-growing herd at the moment. There have never been so many skilled photographers clamouring for attention, breaks, publicity, or even just to get paid for their work – yes, things have gotten that bad.

So it’s tough for photographers at the moment but rather than wallowing in self pity, what practical steps can you take to get your work noticed?

1 Keep on keeping on This is the first, and

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Best budget cameras 2016: 8 top options tested and rated

Let’s have some fun! We’ve rounded up a bunch of budget cameras that are stylish, easy to use and very reasonably priced. There’s a mix of digital SLRs and CSCs (compact system cameras), each of which weigh in at under £600/$800, complete with a kit zoom lens. Some of them cost considerably less.

Whether you’re buying a camera as a present for someone else or are just treating yourself, there are some little treasures to choose from. Even if you already own an expensive outfit, there’s

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Is it time to upgrade your camera – what’s the benefit?

Most photographers go through a period during which their camera is the best thing since a baker took a knife to a crusty loaf. Then after a while other cameras come along with more impressive specifications making their once cutting-edge model seem a bit tired until eventually it’s replaced by the manufacturer.

In some cases, however, the next generation of a camera doesn’t appear to offer a huge step forward and the expense of upgrading doesn’t seem worthwhile. But what about

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Grab yourself a FREE copy of our 163-page eBook Outdoor and Nature Photography!

Merry Christmas! Grab yourself a FREE copy of our 163-page eBook Outdoor and Nature Photography!

Merry Christmas! It’s hard to believe 2015 is nearly over. It’s been a fantastic year for us, and we hope it has been the same for all of you.

As a way of saying thanks for all of your support over the past year, we’d like to give you a free – no strings attached – copy of our popular eBook, Outdoor Landscape and Nature Photography!

With 163 pages packed with dazzling images and in-depth tutorials, we’re certain you’ll come away with the core skills you need to take better

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9 surefire ways to get out of a photographic rut

11 things non photographers just don't understand about photography: timing

Shooting the same subject in the same way isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can be a great way of improving your technique and taking better pictures.

However, most photographers go through periods in which their photography becomes a bit stale and they’re effectively taking the same shots over and over again without making any real progress.

If that sounds familiar, our nine tips may help you climb out of your photographic rut.

1. Make some time Many

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