6 Timelapse Photography Tips [You May Not Have Considered]

There are a lot of tutorials out there that introduce the practice of shooting timelapses with a variety of different cameras. All of which can help you get started. But as with any situation, I’... See full article

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How To Shoot 360 Degree Panoramas While On The Road With Audrey Scott And Daniel Noll Of Uncornered Market

It’s worth your while to click on the image above to be taken to the full sized 360 view of the Shah--Chragh Mosque taken by Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll of Uncornered Market.com. As DPS evo... See full article

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Silhouette Photography Technique

A great photograph is no different than any other work of art, in that it should elicit emotion and engage viewers. One of my favorite ways to engage the viewer of a photograph and encourage them to i... See full article

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How I Stumbled Across an Amazing Way to Slow Down My Shooting Process

A guest post by John Davenport I, like many new photographers, would walk around shooting everything I saw without consciously thinking about the way it was framed or the settings on my camera. If you... See full article

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Take More Photos Keep Less

A guest post by Sam Levy, founder of citifari, New York Photo Tours. In today’s environment, with the development and increased mobility of digital cameras, it has become easy and inexpensive to... See full article

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Zen and the Art of Photography

When you get really into photography, when youve mastered your camera and are focusing completely on the creative aspect, theres a real beauty that comes to play. Being completely absorbed in yo... See full article

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Understanding Light: A Series of Tutorials

Over in the forum area of dPS we have an area called ‘Tutorials’ where members submit their own tips and tutorials for the community. In recent weeks a wonderful series of articles on the ... See full article

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Catch that Shot! 10 Tips for Weekend Warrior Sports Photographers

A Guest Post by Deb Scally Many of us spend plenty of time on the weekend watching our favorite sports from the sidelines and, as photographers, we yearn to be able to capture that awesome moment when... See full article

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10 Quick iPhone Photography Tips

A Guest Post by Sarah from a beach cottage. Before I got my iPhone I had a Nokia phone with a pretty good camera on it apparently but I never really used it much because it had such a long lag o... See full article

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How to Scout for Portrait Shooting Locations

A Guest Post on Scouting for locations by Kyle Miller from Photography Tips I remember driving around for hours on end through urban and industrial landscapes and to remote areas of the countryside th... See full article

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A 15 Minute Exercise To Help You Improve Your Photography in 2012

Here’s a little exercise for you to do today. It will only take 15 minutes. It’s all about slowing down and thinking about the shots that you’re taking. Grab your camera – what... See full article

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11 Essential Reads for Photographers for the New Year

At this time of year I talk to a lot of photographers who are lacking a little motivation, inspiration and creativity. It’s been a big year so today in our ‘best of 2011 series‘ I... See full article

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11 More of Our Best Photography Tutorials from 2011

Today we continue our ‘best of’ summer series with a look back on a mixed bag of tutorials and articles that were among our most popular this year. In this list are some technique tutorial... See full article

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6 Strategies to Make Sure You Get Those Travel Photos Home

Congratulations. You have finally decided to make that big trip on your bucket list. It is natural to get excited in planning the details of the trip from booking the tickets to arranging for tours, e... See full article

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16 Digital Photography Tips for Christmas

Pin It Photo by mom drew nick It’s just a few days until Christmas so I thought a quick tutorial on the topic of Christmas Photography might be appropriate. Hopefully this will give you some goo... See full article

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Nightscapes: Photographing the City at Night

By Joseph Eckert The idea of taking photographs at night can be counterintuitive to the novice photographer. After all, photography is an art, a craft, a technology that is wholly built on light. Film... See full article

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4 Practice Techniques to Develop Photographic Observation

The greatest skill of a talented photographer is not how accurate he or she can be with exposure; it’s not being spot on with all of the tech details, or putting out thousands of images a week. ... See full article

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Saying a Camera takes Nice Pictures is like Saying a Guitar Plays Nice Melodies

The following was left as a comment on a previous post by one of our readers – Angelino Pan y Vino (no link given). I thought it was a great story and one that might encourage readers who might ... See full article

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10 Reasons to Turn off Your Autofocus

A Guest Post by Alistair Scott. When I started using a camera autofocus was something out of science fiction. I mean … it would never work in real life, would it? Apart from anything else, how c... See full article

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What you can Learn from your Camera Phone

Text and images by: Jammie Graves. First let me say that I am NOT advocating that you ditch your main camera. I am suggesting a self assignment to learn more about photography and yourself. Let’... See full article

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Pinterest: Inspiration for Photographers

Social networking has exploded onto the scene over the last few years and many photographers use sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ to showcase their work, network with others and to p... See full article

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23 Examples of Using Photography To Convey Humor

Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so goes our ideas of humor. Using photography to capture humor can be tricky. Some moments are here and then gone in an instant and a quick shutter finger... See full article

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Five Reasons to Love the Square Format

A Guest post by Andrew S Gibson – author of the new eBook – Square. Perhaps one of the unintended consequences of digital photography is that it has opened up areas of photography that wer... See full article

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Around the World with a Total Eclipse of the Moon

A Guest Post by Stephen Trainor Whatever you have planned for this weekend, cancel it now. Saturday Dec 10 2011 sees the last total eclipse of the moon until April 2014 the last chance to photogra... See full article

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How Not to Put Your Foot in It When Creating a Photo Portfolio [With 34 Examples of How to Do it Right]

A portfolio of your works is a very important thing that every photographer has to create. As a true photography geek (or a professional photographer) you probably never part with your camera and take... See full article

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