Understanding A Consistent Depth Of Field With Varying Focal Lengths

Matt Brandon of The Digital Trekker did such a great job of explaining how depth of field does not change with focal length (considering aperture stays the same) that I am not going to type it all up ... 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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8 Tips for Long Exposure Photography

A Guest Post by Elliot Hook Long exposure photography has become very popular in the last couple of years, getting a lot of coverage in landscape photography magazines and on photo sharing websites. W... See full article

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How to Photograph Fire Needs Bio

A Guest Post by Jon Beard Fire is an interesting thing. Watch people around a campfire and its easy to see the spell it can cast on us. We have such a deep and instinctive relationship with it, the... See full article

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How to Photograph Fire

A Guest Post by Jon Beard Fire is an interesting thing. Watch people around a campfire and its easy to see the spell it can cast on us. We have such a deep and instinctive relationship with it, the... See full article

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Benefit From How You See The World

A Guest Post by Ben Evans from www.EnglishPhotographer.com. Discover The Value Of Your Own Mind For Better Composition in Photography Can you accurately picture your own face without looking in a mirr... See full article

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Dispelling a Photography Myth [5 Travel-Free Ways to Find the Photo-Worthy]

Not long ago I stumbled upon the work of GMB Akash, a photographer from Bangladesh who has accrued a respectable trophy case of international awards for his work. He’s won a handful of “fi... 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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Simple Fill Flash Tips

A Guest Post by Mia Johnstone. Learning some very simple fill flash tips will help elevate the quality of your photographs. This tutorial will teach you to fill in shadows and help create more profess... See full article

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More than a Vignette: The Simple Secrets of Dodging and Burning

A Guest Post by Alex Smith On the wonderful journey through the world of photography many of us have points where we stop to smell the roses for a bit. Maybe we change from shooting landscapes to port... See full article

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Traveling for Photo and Video Shoots 8 Mission Critical Tips for being on the Road [Part 4 of 4]

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. This is part 4 of 4: Youve made it! So now what? Let’... See full article

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Photographing Buildings [Composition Tips]

A Guest Post by Michael Toye I am a firm believer, at least with photography, that what you get back is directly related to the effort you put in. As with all activities, its certainly not linear a... See full article

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How to Create a Subtle Faux-HDR Effect Directly in Lightroom 4 With a Single Image

Introduction This tutorial is a demonstration of the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System and has been transcribed for DPS from the accompanying DVD. With over 200 presets, the LR4 Preset System has b... 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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Traveling for Photo and Video Shoots 12 Mission Critical Tips for Travel Packing

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. This is part 3 of 4 on how to pack like a boss. Check out the... See full article

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A Visit with Outdoor Photo Gear (Podcast 351)

I recently had the pleasure of visiting my friend Chris Klapheke at Outdoor Photo Gear, in Louisville, Kentucky. After a few hours catching up, we decided to do a quick video to show you some of the g... See full article

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10 Questions You Should be Asking Every Photographer

Over the last two years, I had the privilege of interacting with many talented photographers from around the world discussing their work, vision and style of photography. My first ‘victim’... See full article

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High Dynamic Range Without that HDR Look

By Joseph Eckert. HDR, or High Dynamic Range, photography has become something of a pariah in many photographic circles. Some photographers continue to use HDR to great effect; some continue to (accor... 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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How to Prevent Lens Flare

This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part I, and is the third in a series of lessons about camera lenses. Links to the others are at the bottom of the artic... See full article

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Flash Photography Tips for Beginners

In this video Phil Steele shares some good flash photography tips. The tips are relevant for a variety of types of cameras but really are going to be most useful to beginner photographers (who I know ... See full article

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Traveling for Photo and Video Shoots 12 Mission Critical Tips for Pre-Production

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. This is part 2 of 4 on how to make it happen. In my last post... See full article

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Fun Project: Shoot Through A Kaleidoscope

We all need to shake things up once in a while to keep our inspiration fresh. Few things are as damaging for any artist as feeling as if they are in a rut, the same old, same old. Nothing new or excit... See full article

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