5 Tips for Shooting Landscapes with Greater Impact

Hands down, the number one question I get is how to make better landscape images. Many fall into the new-gear trap thinking that when I upgrade to some new DSLR then Ill be able to take better pict... See full article

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Giving Film a Go

Considering shooting with film? Then you should have a little read and I shall try to give you some compelling reasons as to why I think it is a good idea. My name is Bellamy Hunt and I run the Japanc... See full article

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Shooting London Big City Photography

A Guest Post by Yana Locke from Headshot London Photography. London is an incredible city: vibrant, modern and fizzing with life. But at every turn, Londons past is also very much in evidence, from... See full article

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Unlock the Secrets of Using Natural Light: Interview with Mitchell Kanashkevich

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been launching a new dPS eBook – Natural Light: Mastering a Photographer’s Most Powerful Tool. The response has been fabulous and we’ve seen... See full article

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Camille Seaman: On Photographing Icebergs

In this video Camille Seaman shares photos and a little of her passion for photographing icebergs. See more of her work including other subject matter at Camille’s website. Post originally from:... See full article

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11 Tips for Band Promotional Photography

In this post Tom Di Maggio Photography shares 11 tips for taking band promotional photography. Knowing your gear and how to achieve a correct exposure is the basis for every picture you take, no matte... See full article

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An Introduction to Photographing the Northern/Southern Lights

The northern and southern polar lights have fascinated and hypnotised man for as long as we have graced the planet. The unearthly flame-like lights have been the inspiration of folk tale and legend fo... See full article

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Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority: Exposure Lesson #1

This is the first in a series of four articles about exposure by Andrew S Gibson – author of Understanding Exposure: Perfect Exposure on your EOS camera. A feature of modern digital SLRs is that... See full article

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Shtuff People Say to Photographers

It’s time for a little photographer humour with this video on the Shtuff People say to Photographers. From the team at Outward Bound Collective Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Ch... See full article

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How to Teach and Introduce Children the Wonders of Photography

Children see the world through a special lens. There is a purity to their imagination that at some point most adults lose. If you have ever put a camera in the hands of a child you will soon discover ... See full article

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7 Secrets Every Aspiring Street Photographer Should Know

A Guest Post by James Maher Street photography aint easy. Its a fast moving world out there and it takes a lot of practice to be able to capture it well. However, its not just about practice.... See full article

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Check the Background of Your Shots Before Shooting

Those who follow me on Instagram (follow me at darrenrowse) will have seen this one already but I thought it’d be a fun one to share again – to make a point. Check the backgrounds of your ... See full article

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Lessons Learned in a Columbian Orphanage

It has always been a dream of mine to work at an orphanage. I know. It’s a little bit random, and not exactly typical for an American girl. But it’s true: working at an orphanage was my ea... See full article

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5 Tips for Controlling Natural Light

A Post by Mitchell Kanashkevich – author of our brand new eBook, Natural Light: Mastering a Photographer’s Most Powerful Tool. In the post Are you practicing these 5 Tips for Natural Li... See full article

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Instagram and its Impact on the World of Photography

A Guest Post by Guy Prives. If you were not on a hot-air balloon for a journey around the world or in a Tibetan monastery on a pilgrimage yet have experienced these images on Facebook then it’s ... See full article

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How to Use a 10-stop ND Filter to Take Long Exposure Sunset Images

The following tutorial was submitted in our forum by Chris Gin. I used my B+W 10-stop the other day to do some long exposures at sunset and thought I’d write up the steps I took to get the shot.... See full article

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Are You Practicing these 5 Natural Lighting Tips?

A Post by Mitchell Kanashkevich – author of our brand new eBook, Natural Light: Mastering a Photographer’s Most Powerful Tool. Natural light is the most important and powerful tool availab... See full article

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Introduction to Night Photography

A guest post by Sam Levy, founder of citifari. When speaking about night photography and what there is to it, the first thought is long exposure, car light trails, etc. While this is correct, there is... See full article

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Is Camera Lust Destroying Your Photography?

This morning I did something I’m a little ashamed of. I locked myself in my office, opened up my computer and began to surf the web and look at things I knew I probably shouldn’t be lookin... See full article

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Keep the Best, Delete the Rest

A guest post by Lara White from PhotoMint. It’s the one of those things that holds many photographers back. Each time you create a set of images, it’s more like a blooper reel than a best ... See full article

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31 [+10] Cool Photography Tutorials, Tips, Videos, Hacks and How Tos from Around the Web

This morning I spent some time trawling through some of my favourite photography blogs to see what they’ve been posting – the array of great tutorials, videos, hacks and advice I found was... See full article

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Do You Wear a Camera?

Perhaps the biggest challenge I hear many of our readers talking about when it comes to their photography is that they struggle to find time to practice their photography. The real problem though is t... See full article

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How to Host a Photographic Charity Fundraiser

A Guest Post by Chris De Bruyn A fundraiser? With photos? For charity? Absolutely! One of the most rewarding experiences I have had as a photographer is hosting annual charity fundraising auctions wit... See full article

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Four Tips for Better Wildlife Photography

Today Wildlife photographer Joe Decker from Photocrati and www.joedecker.net. shares some tips for those wanting to improve their Wildlife Photography. Wildlife photography is one of the most challeng... See full article

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The Best Photography Book

A guest post by Louis Hamwey, tour leader with citifari, New York Photo Tours As photo tour guides in New York City we get a lot of different questions. They range everything from the newbie asking, ... See full article

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