Selling Your Images As Art: 5 Tips To Getting Started

As photographers, the highest compliment we can be paid is to have someone pay us for our vision and creativity. For some, this means becoming wedding or portrait photographers, getting paid per eve... See full article

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7 Elements of Photography We Can Learn From The Hobbit

1. Dramatic Lighting You will notice that in the majority of good portraiture, dramatic lighting is often a key element. Its not too often youll find flat lighting in a great picture (not ... See full article

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Landscape Photography [Best of dPS 2012]

Some of the most popular posts on dPS this year have been those covering the topic of Landscape photography. So as part of our ‘best of 2012′ series I thought I’d look back on the ho... See full article

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Deal 2: 30% off Phil Steeles Flash Portrait Course

On the 2nd day of Christmas dPS gave to me – 30% off Phil Steele’s Flash Portrait Course! Regular readers of this site will know of Phil Steele because we’ve regularly featured video... See full article

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Become a Better Photographer By Asking One Simple Question

A Guest Post By: John Davenport Let’s be honest whether it is coming up with portrait posing ideas, photographing the stars, or avoiding danger in the field we all have a common goal here –... See full article

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5 Big Tips to add Impact and Variety to your Wildlife Images

A Guest Post by Piper Mackay from www.pipermackayphotography.com. Wildlife photography can be very exciting, which generally means your adrenalin is running on overdrive. It is too easy to be caught u... See full article

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5 Quick Tips for Coastal Photography

There’s nothing like a great coastline to get me excited about photography. Whether it be unmarked sand dunes, sea grasses blowing in the sea breeze, rugged outcrops of rocks and cliff faces or ... See full article

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12 Photography Tutorials for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgivig to the many thousands of our US readers celebrating that holiday today! As today’s one of those days when cameras come out a lot to photograph gatherings, the food being eaten ... See full article

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The Trend Towards Authenticity

A Guest Post by Rebecca Lily A trend commonly has two definitions. The first is a fashion, style or vogue. In photography, we see certain cyclical trends that are alike to the fashion industry, ... See full article

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12 Ways to Inspire the Creative Photographer Inside You: Part II

A Guest Post by Andrew Gibson Note: Andrew Gibson is currently offering his 5 popular eBooks for under $20 on SnapnDeals. 07.jpg In the first part of this article I came up with six ideas that you can... See full article

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Are You Making these 5 Common Mistakes with Your Photography

A clever person learns from their mistakes. A wiser person learns from the mistakes others make. This article will identify the most common photography mistakes for you. It’s based on hundreds o... See full article

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12 Ways to Inspire the Creative Photographer Inside You: Part I

A Guest Post by Andrew Gibson Note: Andrew Gibson is currently offering his 5 popular eBooks for under $20 on SnapnDeals. Have you ever had the feeling of being stuck in a rut with your photography? I... See full article

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Bird Photography Near Feeders

A Guest Post by Lithuanian Photographer Tadas Naujokaitis. Bird photography is quite difficult because birds don’t do what a photographer wants. Moreover, it’s often hard to get close to t... See full article

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What I Learned from Meeting Bruce Gilden

by Michael Ernest Sweet It was bound to happen. I had already been in New York City for a couple of weeks and planned to spend the rest of the summer working the streets. As a street photographer, Tim... See full article

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How to Photograph Markets

A Guest Post by Kav Dadfar from Dadfar Photogrpahy Markets are fascinating places to photograph and are always on my shot list wherever I go. They are often places where you get a real glimpse of the ... See full article

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How to Organise a Fashion Shoot in 5 Easy Steps

A Guest Post by Olivia Vitazkova from www.reverinephotography.com Recently I’ve been asked more and more about how I go about organising a photo-shoot. It was mainly asked by my new flatmates wh... See full article

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Top 5 Tips on How to Photograph Food

A Guest Post by Deidra Wilson. Many of you may want to step up your food photography from iPhone to fabulous, but youre sure that its quite impossible to do without a food stylist and ten grand ... See full article

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YouTube for Photographers: 3 Ways to get Started Using YouTube to Show and Promote your Photography

A Guest Post by Marlene Hielema Video is all the rage. With virtually all digital cameras now able to capture live video, if you’re not shooting video you’re going to start to feel left ou... See full article

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So You Want to Keep your Camera Safe? Heres How

A Guest Post by Ben Evans So we got my girlfriend her first proper camera last week. A Nikon D5100 with a 35mm f1.8 prime lens; which is my recommendation for a modest budget. She’s super excite... See full article

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Photo Contests Is that a contest or Rights Grab?

A Guest Post by Dale Wilson Photo contests have been around since the days when chemistry was first introduced to develop light sensitive cellulose in other words, since before photography became ... See full article

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How to Photograph Zombies

Halloween is my favorite holiday and one of the best bits is the undead. Zombies aren’t confined to Halloween but their Fall migration, called Zombie Walks, begin around September and numbers in... See full article

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Working with Textures 8 Ideas to Get You Started

A Guest Post by Claire Woollam from The Digital Iris. The Oxford Dictionary defines texture as the way a surface, substance or piece of cloth feels when you touch it, for example how rough, smooth,... See full article

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How to Filter Feedback About Your Photography

A guest post by Nicholas Moegly As a photographer, you have most likely posted your work online or at least thought about it. When and if you do, you are going to get some sort of response from friend... See full article

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How to Photograph a Lie

A Guest Post by Roger Overall Youll have to trust me on this one. This photograph was taken on a kitchen floor. On a very wet winters day. After the sun had set. No really. Let me show you. The ... See full article

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Getting the Chimp off Your Back

A Guest Post by Jeff Guyer. “Chimping.” We’ve all done it at one time or another. For the few of you who aren’t familiar with the term, let’s just say it has absolutely n... See full article

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