7 Steps to Get Over Your Fear of Street Photography

This post is written by James Maher – author of The Essentials of Street Photography – an eBook currently onsale at SnapnDeals (25% off). Hi, my name is James and Im recovering from a f... See full article

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Depth of Field in Floral Photography

A Guest Post by Christine Havill Nearly every person who has held a camera has been drawn to and experienced the pleasure of photographing a flower. Most photographers however, or so I have found, dee... See full article

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Candid Portraits: Weekend Photography Challenge

This week we posted a tutorial on candid photography so I thought it might make a good theme for our weekly challenge. Your challenge is to take and share some candid portraits. Feel free to do it any... See full article

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The 10 Steps Every HDR Photographer Goes Through

HDR. Oh that word. A word that is either famous or infamous, taboo orrevered depending on what circle you are a part of or stumble onto.HDR has been through a lot in the past few years no doubt an... See full article

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One-Shot vs. AI-Servo: When To Use Each

First off, this article would be called AF-S vs. AF-C if I were a Nikonian, they are the same thing so everyone gets to play! Don’t you wish they all just called everything the same thing? This ... See full article

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Save 30% on Jared Polins Top Quality Photography Training

People often mention to me that they feel as though they’re not making the most from their dSLR camera. They it’s possible of taking amazing shots but are not quite sure how harness its po... See full article

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Getting The Most Out Of A Non-Photography Tour

Taking a guided tour in a foreign land can be an excellent way to see a new country. Hotels and transportation are often taken care of for you and a day’s worth of entertainment is already prepa... See full article

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How to Promote Your Photography Business with Street Portraits

This post was submitted by James Maher – author of the brand new The Essentials of Street Photography – a brand new eBook by James Maher. Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Ch... See full article

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How To Build A Portfolio Without Clients

  How do you build your portfolio when you don’t have any clients? This is one of the most common questions I get asked, and its a legitimate one. If you want to make money with your p... See full article

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3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus

This article was written to expand upon some of the key points in my ebook Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus. This ebook is going on sale right now through the DPS site Snapndeals for ... See full article

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An Efficient Workflow Starting with Pre-Production and Production Part 1 of 10

Introduction This article has been transposed from the Lightroom 4 Workflow System DVD, designed to teach Lightroom users the entire workflow system that we use to cull/edit at a rate of 1500 images p... See full article

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The Ultimate Guide to Zone Focusing for Candid Street Photography

1/320th at F11, ISO 800 (17mm) – Canon 5D Mark II. Capturing strangers candidly, yet tack sharp, is probably the toughest technical skill to learn in street photography. With a genre such as lan... See full article

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A Fly on the Wall 10 Tips for Wedding Beginners

People often ask me if I ‘do weddings’. That’s a funny question for a photographer. Perhaps like asking a chef if he ‘does chicken’. I’m a photographer and I have t... 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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How to Capture Great Images When Its Cloudy/Rainy on Your Trip

Theres little worse feeling than checking the forecast the day before leaving for a great vacation or trip you have planned for ages only to find out youll never see the sun the entire time. ... See full article

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13 Places Take Beautiful Motion Blur Shots

While many of us spend a lot of time getting rid of ‘blurry’ shots – one of the best ways to add interest to play around with capturing motion blur. Here are 13 places that you might... See full article

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Photographing Architecture

Whether the subject is a historically significant building or a contemporary architectural masterpiece, here a few tips which may come in handy when shooting architecture. Lens choices A telephoto len... See full article

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Understanding Lightroom Process Versions

If you’ve used any earlier version of Lightroom and if you now use Lightroom 4 you need to know a bit about Process versions. In this post I’ll give you the basics of what you need to know... See full article

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Help! Lightroom Lost My Files!

If theres one thing that confuses new Lightroom users it is that quite often files that should be in Lightroom appear to have gone missing. Here are some things to look out for when this happens to... See full article

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Are You Planning on Buying a New Digital Camera?

With new cameras coming along every week or two from major manufacturers I’m finding more and more of our readers actively researching new cameras and gear. Whether it’s upgrading to a DSL... See full article

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POLL: Do You Shoot in RAW?

Back in 2009 we asked dPS readers whether they shoot in RAW. Just over half of our readers indicated that they always did. Lets see if that result has changed with another poll: This time around we... See full article

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Congrats to Our Award Winning Contributor Phil Hart

A Huge congratulations to dPS contributing author Phil Hart for winning a prestigious David Malines Astrophotography Awards with the above image which was featured on one of his posts here at dPS R... See full article

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How To Photograph Lightning

Being one of the most unpredictable forces of nature, lightning storms present a unique challenge for most photographers. We’ve all seen powerful photos of lightning in action and you may be w... See full article

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ioSafe Solo G3, Quiet, Tough, Free!..

Well, not *quite* free, but we do have one to give away! (read to the end) ioSafe Solo G3 Review I’ve been using the ioSafe G3 for a few months now, the large 3TB one… You know, large disk... See full article

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Bioluminescence Under the Stars

A guest post by Phil Hart – author of the Shooting Stars eBook (currently 40% off at SnapnDeals). Once you have the skills and equipment, great photographs are often the result of being in the r... See full article

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