How To Make A Wee Planet

A panoramic photo is capable of showing a 360 angle-of-view all around. Such an image is difficult to print and see as a whole due to its extreme aspect-ratio. One way to show everything at once is ... See full article

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How to be a Gracious Guest at a Wedding AND Take Great Photos

By Annie Tao. I was recently at a friend’s wedding and took photographs as a guest. I admit, there were times it was difficult to resist laying down in the aisle, climbing up on something, and p... See full article

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A Cowards Guide to Street Photography

A Guest post by Angie Muldowney. I love the poignancy of street photography; the way it can portray the world in an ironic, tragic, educational or funny way – often all at the same time! I would... See full article

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How to Create Simple Seamless Background Product Shots

You’ve probably seen the product photographs with a full colour background without any distracting elements in the scene. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could replicate this for shots of valua... See full article

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Key Tips to Winning a Photography Contest

A Guest post by Nicholas Moeggenberg from moeglydesign.com. Many photographers attempt to sell their photos on stock sites or at galleries to make some money off of their work. However, photography co... See full article

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18 Tips for Shooting from a Train

A Guest Post by Ralph Velasco Getting successful images from a moving train can be quite tricky, and a real test of ones patience and persistence. Recently, I had a chance to take what is considere... See full article

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How to Protect your Camera in Extreme Conditions

A Guest Post by Deidra Wilson. A quick glance at the car thermometer lets you know that it is 115 degrees outside. You look to your left and outside the car window, the hot desert air is a swirling me... See full article

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How to See in Black and White [and how HDR can be a Powerful Tool for the Monochrome Photographer]

A Guest Post by Joseph Eckert The very first photographs were shot in black and white. Decades later, even after the advent of color, many photographersespecially those concerned with creating work... See full article

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5 Tips on How to Utilize Facebook for Your Photography Brand

In this post by Julia May PhotoInterview.ru we look at the topic of how Facebook can be used by Photographers. By the way – don’t forget to ‘like’ the dPS Facebook Page to keep... See full article

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Learn to Think and Compose Like a Painter

A Guest Post by Nick Fleming Many years ago I met a well known English artist while I was travelling through Northern India. We happened to be staying at the same hotel, one of those rather agreeable ... See full article

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10 Things I Learnt from Daily Shooting

A Guest Post by David Powell from Shoot Tokyo Here are a few lessons I have learnt from daily shooting… I hope you enjoy. 1. “Do or Do Not…. There is no Try” A lot of people ... See full article

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5 Ideas to Kick Start Your Photography Again

Last week I was speaking with an amateur photographer who told me that he’s been struggling for photographic inspiration and ideas lately. He reflected that he felt like he’d become someth... See full article

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Night Photography Tips

Over the last year Ive become more and more enamored with night photography and the depth of colours offered by it. Today Id like to share a few things Ive learned with you and hear your thou... See full article

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Can Photography Become an Addiction?

My name is Valrie and I am a photographer… I do it for a living, I do it on my breaks, days off, vacation… Sometimes I wonder if I ever have a day off or if I have a job. Is addiction on... See full article

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Photographing The Great Ocean Road: Victoria, Australia

A Guest Post by Cliff Kolber – Photography by Cliff Kolber and Doris Kolber Australia is an amazing country and continent. It has some of the most diverse and spectacular scenery in the world wi... See full article

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How to Take Long Exposure Shots in Daylight

In this video Scott Kelby demonstrates how to take long exposure photos – during the day. The image he takes is exposed for a whole 2 minutes at ISO 200 and at f/11. Thanks to the team at Weekly... See full article

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Sometimes Close-ups Are Better From Far Away

In this post, Steve Berardi from the PhotoNaturalist explains why sometimes close-up photos are better from far away. When you think of close-up photography, you probably think of getting in close wit... See full article

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5 Tips for Creating Vintage Wedding Photos

A Guest Post by Gemma Taylor. In my experience, wedding photos edited to create a vintage-feel are becoming increasingly popular with couples, so dabbling in some vintage action can provide you with a... See full article

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10 Realizations of a DSLR Newbie

It’s been almost 10 months since I bought my first DSLR. The days so far were both beautiful and challenging as well as immensely educational. The time I spent juggling with my camera have given... See full article

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Concert Photography Tips

A Guest Post by Guy Prives. Concert photography is one of the most challenging fields in photography, as opposed to posed photos; in this kind of photography we have no control of almost any parameter... See full article

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Food Photography An Introduction

Photo by Lariffic Interested in learning about Food Photography? Read on for some introductory tips. Visit any bookshop and head for the cook book section and you’ll be overwhelmed by the array ... See full article

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Set Yourself a One Focal Length Challenge

Recently while testing the Leica M9-P I spent 2 weeks exclusively shooting with a 35mm prime lens. I wouldn’t normally shoot with that focal length but the lens was supplied by Leica with the ca... See full article

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Plan and Time your Nature Photography Outing

A Guest post by Ray Ranga Stunning shots can be created in the wilderness when mother nature cooperates. While I tend to agree with that mostly (look for a future article about thriving on cloudy days... See full article

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500px Review [and Giveaway]

A Guest post by Will Burrard-Lucas 500px.comis a photo sharing website that has exploded in popularity recently. The website isn’t that new – in fact it has been around in various forms s... See full article

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Do you Clean your Own Sensor?

Every digital camera user will have confronted or will confront one day the issue of sensor dust. Every time you change the lens on your SLR there is a chance that dust will enter your camera. Some o... See full article

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