A Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Camera

Its spring again — in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway. Which means its around that time of year when people like to start fresh; you change the batteries in your smoke detectors, sweep up ... See full article

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Eight Sweet Tricks for your iPhone 4 or 5

Here’s 8 Sweet Tricks you can use immediately on your iPhone. Impress your friends! iPhone Tip #1: Screenshots When you find yourself at a prime moment in the middle of a game or see a cool ... See full article

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The Facebook Phone Is Here Should You Care?

  With their usual fanfare, Facebook announced their new Facebook Phone last week. Well, it’s not exactly a Facebook phone, consider it more of a souped up app that basically takes control ... See full article

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Learning to See, Part X

The limitations in your photography are in yourself. Ernst Haas Diagonal lines, as we learned in our entry, are the subliminal connectors that keep the viewers eye within and moving around the ... See full article

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A weaving path through the wetlands

Preparing for the Private Live Show on the 9th For those of you that are participating in the live event in a few days (that bought the thing I mentioned yesterday on the blog), we have some surprises... See full article

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The Rocket Travel Slider

Long time no chat! Hello! I’ve been digging about for products that are currently on my radar that I wanted to tell you about! I’ve posted previously about Kickstarter stuff, the last time... See full article

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Sigmas DP Merrill Cameras Compared World-Beating Image Quality In Compact Bodies

Sigma, known mainly to photographers for their affordable lenses, recently caused quite a stir among discerning photographers. How? By building three compact cameras around the incredible sensor taken... See full article

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The Lone Cypress Tree

Re-processing I know I’ve said time and time again I don’t re-process old photos. Well, that’s not exactly true. Maybe 5/10,000 photos I will reprocess, and this is one of them below... See full article

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Antarctica and South Georgia 2012 (Video Podcast 367)

For this week’s Podcast episode, here’s a slideshow of images from three consecutive expeditions to Antarctica and South Georgia, in Nov-Dec 2012, while working with Aurora Expeditions. Gr... See full article

Article from Martin Bailey Photography Blog

Eggs! Plus Other Weekly Photo Challenges and Top Posts on Light Stalking for the Past Week

Nearly a million people visit Light Stalking each and every month and our numbers are growing. In the midst of all this activity in our flourishing community it can be easy to miss important article... See full article

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Challenges of using film

Magazine cover shoot on film You could argue that professional photographers have it really easy these days. Let me explain why. I shot this absolutely ages ago on film for a magazine cover. Grea... See full article

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The Only Subject Youll Ever Need. Ever

Marcin Sobas has a body of work that speaks to a photography maxim: Nature is still the best subject. The endless cycle of birth, growth, death and rebirth; the arc of the sun and the moon in a 24 hou... See full article

Article from Chase Jarvis Blog

Window Light Portraits: Weekly Photography Challenge

During the week we posted a simple exercise here on dPS to practice working with Natural Light (from a window) when taking portraits. Today we thought it might be fun to make the exercise this weeks p... See full article

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Tiny worlds in drops of water

Spring is finally here and before you know it those muggy summer days will be upon us. While most of us prefer to stay inside next to the air conditioner, photographer Steve Wall, known on Flickr as S... See full article

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Top 10 Network Scanning Software and How to Use Them

The top 10 network scanning software are rated based on a number of factors; ease of usage, sharing of network assets, network control and monitoring features, network protection effectiveness, Networ... See full article

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Today is the Day Download Day for the New Videos!

Download Now Available! All of you that participated in the pre-sale event are now able to download your video! We’ll keep the $79 Special Pricing for the Landscape and Travel Photography Tutori... See full article

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Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor Cameras: Which One is Right for You?

Too many photography subjects get muddled in argument: this brand vs. that brand; one technique vs. another. Yours vs. mine. Better vs. best. Certainly, one could argue credibly that their current pro... See full article

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How To Sync Multiple Camera Time Stamps In Lightroom 4

Syncing the time stamp on multiple cameras is best done ahead of time. Every six months or so I take all of my digital SLR camera bodies and sync the clocks in them. This is important because if you u... See full article

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Massive Murals

Wall paintings on public display that stand out for their sheer enormity in urban environments. Explore the places where these murals were photographed: Chicago, U.S. | Kiev, Ukraine |Toronto,... See full article

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Getting off Auto Manual, Aperture and Shutter Priority modes explained

You may have heard that once you get a DSLR you need to learn to shoot in manual and only ever use that mode. That if you are using the Aperture or Shutter Priority you’re cheating and if you wa... See full article

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Ecoliteracy + Stewardship Chris Jordans Conscious Photography

My good friend and frequent guest Chris Jordan was named a featured speaker at the Center for Ecoliteracy’supcoming June 2013 seminar in Berkley. First-timers to this space should become familia... See full article

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Specialists in recrimination art

Specialists in recrimination artWritten by Uzair at Specialists in recrimination art for GeeknautNo related posts.... See full article

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Hadouken

    Hadouken ( hadken?, IPA: [hadok]) is a Japanese neologism, literally meaning “wave motion fist” or “surge fist”. It is a special atta... See full article

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Waterfalls on the way to Milford Sound

Milford Sound Lodge At the end of this scene, you end up at the Milford Sound Lodge. I’ve stayed there about 6 or 7 times now! You can get a few different types of accommodations… from har... See full article

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14 Useful Macro Bug Photography Tutorials and Resources

The art of Macro photography becomes even more challenging when you consider the subject. Insects and bugs present a very interesting subject matter for macro photography. Not only must the photograph... See full article

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