Best of dPS: Have You Read these 15 Most Popular Photography Tutorials Yet?

2012 is half over and today I spent some time going through our stats here at dPS to identify what the hottest posts for the year have been so far. We have over 3200 tutorials in our archives now so i... See full article

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Tips on Shooting Ringside: An Introduction to Boxing Photography

A Guest Post by Randy Carr from PhotogByRandy.com Having shot a boxing match or two, the obstacles that come into play are quite different than the traditional sporting event. The venue can vary from ... See full article

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Pencil vs Camera by Ben Heine

I’ve been watching this project by Ben Heine for some time now and thought it’d be great to feature some of his work here on dPS. Ben started his ‘Pencil vs Camera’ work in 201... See full article

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Seeing the Big Picture Aerial Photography

Up, up and away. If you ever have the opportunity to strap yourself in the seat of a helicopter or small airplane for some aerial photography take it! It can be a fantastic experience (providing y... See full article

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Nadav Kander on Portrait Photography [VIDEO]

In this video portrait photographer Nadav Kander shares some thoughts on how approaches his work. Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our more Photography Tips at Photography Tip... See full article

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10 Tips for Landscape Photographers

By Declan O’Neill “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams. So many times I have pointed my c... See full article

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10 Steps that Lead to the 1st Place in a Photography Competition

So many people try to win the contest and too many of them fail. So, are there any secret ways how to become a winner? How to win photo contest and let the whole world admire your work of art? Why not... See full article

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Photography at High Altitude: The Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal

This guest post was submitted by one of our India readers – Mridula Dwivedi – who describes his recent trek to the Everest Base Camp. I trekked up to Everest Base Camp on the Nepal side in... See full article

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10 Landscape Composition Tips: Illustrated with Pictures from Eastern Washington

A Guest post by Amar Ramesh. Composition for a photograph is like a screenplay for a movie. If the picture isnt composed well, it wont strike a cord with the viewer regardless of the technical e... See full article

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A Camera that Shoots at a Trillion Frames Per Second

Think your new DSLR shoots a lot of frames per second? You have not seen anything yet! In this video Ramesh Raskar from MIT reports on a camera that they’ve built that shoots at a Trillion Frame... See full article

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How I Captured my First Aurora Australis

A Guest post by Loic Le Guilly Your D800 is in the mail On Sunday 15th of July 2012 I went to a friend’s house to borrow his camera. I had a photo shoot the next day and I had nothing decent to ... See full article

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8 Tips for Mom-a-raz-zo Photographers

n. pl. mom-a-raz-zi – A mom who doggedly pursues her children to take photos Much like the paparazzi who have become notorious in Hollywood for stalking celebrities and making their lives misera... See full article

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Taking a Photography Workshop; Why it is Different from a Photo Tour

A Guest Post by Piper Mackay from www.pipermackayphotography.com. The lines seem to crossing between the terms workshop and photo tours. When they do participants may be confused or have false expecta... See full article

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Behind the Scenes: Surf Photography with Zak Noyle

In these video surf photographer Zak Noyle shares his passion for surf photography as well as giving some insights into what it takes to get these shots. And here is part 2. via fstoppers Post origina... See full article

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The Wonderful World of Macro Lenses: Close-Up Photography Lesson #4

This is the final in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In the first three lessons of this... See full article

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Reverse Lens Macro: Close Up Photography Lesson #3

This is the third in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In my previous articles I looked a... See full article

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10 Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography

A Guest Post by Wildlife Photographer – Morkel Erasmus Ever since digital SLR technology has become more readily available, more and more people have become photography enthusiasts, and more and... See full article

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Using HDR instead of Fill Flash to Deal with High Dynamic Range

A Guest Post by Suzy Richards HDR has made a very negative name for itself but in some situations it can be a life saver. One instance where I have started to use it recently is in situations where I ... See full article

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How to get the Money Shot in Pet Photography

A Guest Post by Nicole Begley from Hair of the Dog If there is one shot in pet photography that just about every owner is guaranteed to fall in love with and buy, it is the head tilt. There is noth... See full article

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Neutral Density Filter Fireworks Photography

A Guest Post from Tom Bricker from DisneyTouristBlog.com As most landscape photographers probably know, neutral density filters reduce the intensity of light reaching the lens, to allow longer shutter... See full article

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Extension Tubes: Close Up Photography Lesson #2

This is the second in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In the last lesson, I wrote about... See full article

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Art Wolfe on the Photographic Treasure Hunt

In this video renowned photographer Art Wolfe shares a little about how he got into photography and some of where he gets inspiration in this video. Intro by Art Wolfe from Art Wolfe on Vimeo. I parti... See full article

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Solo, Teaming up, or Photo Tour DRAFT

A Guest Post by Piper Mackay from www.pipermackayphotography.com. Picking up a camera seems to unleash a new curiosity about our planet inspiring most of us to seek out an exotic destination and exper... See full article

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Wedding Details for Beginners

A few weeks ago I wrote about the ins and outs to capture gorgeous wedding details shots of rings and jewellery. We discussed the elements of clarity, depth of field, environment and background, light... See full article

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5 Tips For Photographing Silhouettes

In this post, Steve Berardi from PhotoNaturalist discusses five tips for photographing silhouettes. Photographing a silhouette is a great way to capture the dramatic colors of a sunrise or sunset, and... See full article

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