Freestyle: Weekly Photography Challenge

Each week here on dPS we name a theme for readers to go out and take photos on and then share with the rest of the community. This week the theme is completely up to you. Instead of us imposing a them... See full article

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The Problem With The Focus-Recompose Method

This post was written as a follow up to my last article on using Single Point AF. In the comment section of that article there was a bit of debate over which focus point to use and when. One camp was ... See full article

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Vintage Effect in Under a Minute in Photoshop

Introduction and Overview Vintage fades and washes seem to have recently become quite popular. Perhaps since the modern DSLR has enabled everyone to shoot such high quality/high definition images, the... See full article

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Food Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots (Book Review)

Hi, my name is James and I am not a food photographer. However, I love food and could be considered a foodie to some extent. I also wouldn’t mindperusingfood photography in the future and in... See full article

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Can Photography Become an Addiction?

My name is Valrie and I am a photographer… I do it for a living, I do it on my breaks, days off, vacation… Sometimes I wonder if I ever have a day off or if I have a job. Is addiction on... See full article

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Creating and Lighting a Scene on a Home Depot Lighting Budget

I have gotten rather tired of setting up and breaking down equipment with each set of tutorials that we record. So, this past week I have been wanting to setup an actual area in our studio for recordi... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer Jim Patterson

Few of us get to see first hand the beauty of nature in our oceans and seas. For many our introduction to the beauty of the underwater world can be credited to Jacques Cousteau. Thanks to his pioneeri... See full article

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Focusing Quick Tip: Single Point AF Methods

One of the biggest leaps towards tack sharp images you can take is using single point auto focus to hone in on your subject and nail the shot. Using the automatic grid focus system can sometimes be li... See full article

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Photographer Spotlight: Matt and Agnes Hage | HagePhoto

This commercial photographer spotlight features outdoor adventure photo team Matt and Agnes Hage. From their Anchorage base camp, the two branch out to assignments all over Alaska, the American West, ... See full article

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So You Want to Sell Your Photography?

Are your family and friends telling you that your pictures are so good you should try to sell them? Are you thinking that you should give it a try but you are not too sure how to get started? The real... See full article

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Photography in Harsh Mid-Day Light

Photographers have been fighting with harsh mid-day light since the birth of the camera. Excessive contrast, blown highlights, hard shadows, washed images and other generally unflattering features are... See full article

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Garrett Grove: Photographer Spotlight

This commercial photographer spotlight features Garrett Grove. Garrett’s career in photography developed out of the world of action and adventure sports. He has worked with companies such as Pat... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer Kelly Castro

Viewing great portraiture cam be amextremelyrich experience. Great portraiture takes on many forms and styles, but some of the most moving portraits are done in Black & White. A perfect exampl... See full article

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Black Rapid RS-7 Camera Strap Review

I recently got my hands on what I think is the most incredible camera strap on the market today; the RS7 from the good folks over at Black Rapid. I’ve searched far and wide for a good camera str... See full article

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F. Scott Schafer: Photographer Spotlight

This commercial photographer spotlight features F. Scott Schafer. Schafer’s unique style and portraiture have garnered him work with numerous entertainment industry magnates such as Stephen Colb... See full article

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Anchoring Your Photography

If youve ever taken a photograph and felt like it was floating or missing an element that connected the subject to the environment around it, you might be forgetting to anchor your photograph... See full article

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Announcing the Winner of the Perfect Photo Suite Giveaway from onOne Software

Congratulations to Ramona P; you won the drawing for the onOne Perfect Photo Suite including the brand new Perfect Layers 1.0! Your details will be passed on to the folks over at onOne and they will ... See full article

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onOnes New Perfect Layers Review and GIVEAWAY!

Hey folks, I am very excited to announce that Perfect Layers from onOne Software is now available (currently $30 off)! If you haven’t heard about this program, just know that it is incredible! P... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer William Neill

William Neill has long been an iconic nature photographer with work spanning classical landscapes to contemporary nature abstracts. A long time contributor to Outdoor Photographer magazine and an acti... See full article

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21 Impressive Tree Images

There’s something about trees that gets to me. I’m not sure exactly what it is but something about their shape, majesty, intricacy and symbolism draws me to them as photographic subjects. ... See full article

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Editorial Restaurant Photography

The culture of food is a huge part of our lives in every corner of the globe. Photographing restaurants either in your home city or abroad during travel can be a great sneak peak into this cultu... See full article

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What do I look for on a Photo Walk? Part II Walk in Nature

Many of you enjoyed reading part I, City Walks. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the subject, keep the comments and suggestions coming! I live within minutes from a very large metropolitan area ... See full article

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3 Minutes With Photographer Patrick Endres

Few places have captured the imagination of photographers like Alaska, often referred to as the last great wilderness of North America. One photographer who is lucky to call this amazing location home... See full article

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Focusing Canon 7D vs 5DmkII

The question I’m getting the most since diving into the 5D world has been about “that infamous focusing issue”. I don’t think it would have been so infamous if the 7D hadnR... See full article

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Editorial Travel Photography Telling the Story of a Location

If youre ever given a travel assignment by a magazine or hope to get one you need to learn how to tell the story of a location. Flip through the pages of any of your favorite travel magazin... See full article

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