How to Read and Use Histograms

A Guest Post by Darlene Hildebrandt. The histogram is a useful but often misunderstood tool your camera provides to help you get the correct exposure on your images. In this article I’m going ... See full article

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Start a Personal Photography Project

A Guest Post by Neha Singh from ShutterMonks.com. In 2010, Dave Engledo welcomed his newborn daughter Alice Bee. Over time, he started documenting his daughters life creatively, through a collectio... See full article

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10 Tips for Enjoying a Photo Walk

A Guest Post by Tiffany Joyce from Beyond Megapixels There are a few reasons why I think photo walks are a great idea. Personally, my sense of creativity is boosted by movement and exposure to changin... See full article

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8 Tips for Long Exposure Photography

A Guest Post by Elliot Hook Long exposure photography has become very popular in the last couple of years, getting a lot of coverage in landscape photography magazines and on photo sharing websites. W... See full article

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How to Photograph Fire Needs Bio

A Guest Post by Jon Beard Fire is an interesting thing. Watch people around a campfire and its easy to see the spell it can cast on us. We have such a deep and instinctive relationship with it, the... See full article

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How to Photograph Fire

A Guest Post by Jon Beard Fire is an interesting thing. Watch people around a campfire and its easy to see the spell it can cast on us. We have such a deep and instinctive relationship with it, the... See full article

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Benefit From How You See The World

A Guest Post by Ben Evans from www.EnglishPhotographer.com. Discover The Value Of Your Own Mind For Better Composition in Photography Can you accurately picture your own face without looking in a mirr... See full article

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Simple Fill Flash Tips

A Guest Post by Mia Johnstone. Learning some very simple fill flash tips will help elevate the quality of your photographs. This tutorial will teach you to fill in shadows and help create more profess... See full article

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Photographing Buildings [Composition Tips]

A Guest Post by Michael Toye I am a firm believer, at least with photography, that what you get back is directly related to the effort you put in. As with all activities, its certainly not linear a... See full article

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10 Questions You Should be Asking Every Photographer

Over the last two years, I had the privilege of interacting with many talented photographers from around the world discussing their work, vision and style of photography. My first ‘victim’... See full article

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How to Prevent Lens Flare

This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part I, and is the third in a series of lessons about camera lenses. Links to the others are at the bottom of the artic... See full article

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Flash Photography Tips for Beginners

In this video Phil Steele shares some good flash photography tips. The tips are relevant for a variety of types of cameras but really are going to be most useful to beginner photographers (who I know ... See full article

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Get Down Low For a Unique Perspective

By David Julian “Photographing a landscape from a low angle perspective helps me illustrate subjects in nature.” When photographing the land, I shoot traditionally and also look for a uniq... See full article

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10 Tips for Mouth Watering Food Photography

A Guest Post by Dario Milano of Food Pixels Food is in front of us every day – 24/7. On our plates, in magazines, on TV and even on computer screens. If we are not eating it we are talking about... See full article

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Why Mono? [A Discussion with Creatives on Black and White]

I came across this short film by Callum Preston today via photographer Nicole Reed which I thought might make an interesting discussion starter here on dPS. It’s titled ‘Why Mono?’ a... See full article

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How to Take Photos with the Zoom Blur Effect [Includes Printable Cheat Sheet]

I was walking around London recently with my camera and I got a bit bored, as I had been wandering by the same part of the city a thousand times, waiting for inspiration. To make it more fun I thought... See full article

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How I Shot and Edited a Series of iPhone Images

For this post I wanted to show you how I integrate the shooting, editing and sharing process when Im out and about taking photos on any given day. A few weeks ago, I went to Sydney to visit Oliver ... See full article

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The Worlds Best Photographs

A Short Video on ‘the world’s best photographs’. What do you think? Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our more Photography Tips at Photography Tips for Beginn... See full article

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Capturing the Living Environment

A Guest Post by David Julian Wherever I go, I seek compositions that artfully interpret subjects and the feel of the place they inhabit On a recent road trip down the Oregon coast, I spent... See full article

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The Secret Language of Photographs

by Declan O’Neill. In my student days I was required to read a book called The Mirror and the Lamp by M. H. Abrams. At the time, it seemed rather a dull read about the Romantic tradition and lit... See full article

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The Magic of Storytelling: A Rhetoric for Beginners

By Wesley Wong The following is a collection of thoughts regarding the concept of a ‘story telling’ image. Rather than an in-depth instructional tutorial, the following is more of a rhetor... See full article

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How to Photograph the Stars

A guest post by John Davenport Photography in general is easy right? You pick up your camera, point it in the direction of what interests you, and depress the shutter button. However, there are ma... See full article

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DSLR Camera Focusing Tips for Beginners

New to DSLR photography and want a good basic lesson in focusing? This video by Phil Steele gives a good introduction to five different focusing techniques. Post originally from: Digital Photography T... See full article

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Timelapse Photography Tutorial: An Overview of Shooting, Processing and Rending Timelapse Movies

This guest post on Timelapse Photography was written by Ryan Chylinski – author of Time-Lapse Photography: a Complete Introduction which for the next 6 days is available at a 20% discount at Sna... See full article

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6 Reasons Why Photography Matters

Declan O’Neill is a professional photographer who lives in the South Island, New Zealand. He travels extensively capturing the beauty of New Zealand’s extraordinary landscape. The photogra... See full article

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