5 Tips for Shooting Photos & Video from a Helicopter

Sometimes shooting from the air is essential. While there are increasingly more options besides a helicopter (we’ve shot more with R/C helis in recent years – click here and click here to ... 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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Nadav Kander on Portrait Photography [VIDEO]

In this video portrait photographer Nadav Kander shares some thoughts on how approaches his work. Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our more Photography Tips at Photography Tip... See full article

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10 Tips for Landscape Photographers

By Declan O’Neill “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams. So many times I have pointed my c... See full article

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Interview with Underwater Photographer Shawn Miller (Podcast 347)

While in Okinawa for the first in my series of Pixels 2 Pigment workshops, I had the pleasure to meet Shawn Miller, a participant of the workshop, and incredibly talented Underwater Photographer. A fe... See full article

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Interview with Wedding Photographer Pete Leong (Podcast 346)

Here’s an interview I recorded with my friend Pete Leong who’s an amazing wedding photographer based in Okinawa, the southern-most group of islands in Japan. Pete and I have been friends f... 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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10 Steps that Lead to the 1st Place in a Photography Competition

So many people try to win the contest and too many of them fail. So, are there any secret ways how to become a winner? How to win photo contest and let the whole world admire your work of art? Why not... See full article

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Photography at High Altitude: The Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal

This guest post was submitted by one of our India readers – Mridula Dwivedi – who describes his recent trek to the Everest Base Camp. I trekked up to Everest Base Camp on the Nepal side in... See full article

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10 Landscape Composition Tips: Illustrated with Pictures from Eastern Washington

A Guest post by Amar Ramesh. Composition for a photograph is like a screenplay for a movie. If the picture isnt composed well, it wont strike a cord with the viewer regardless of the technical e... 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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A Guide to Create Eye Catching Composite Images

A Guest Post by Tom Di Maggio from Tom Di Maggio Photography. My use of composite pictures has been drastically increasing in the last few months. It started with locations that got cancelled due to u... See full article

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Post Processing Meerkat Photo with Anette Mossbacher

In this guest post guest photographer Anette Mossbacher talks us through how she processed one of her Meerkat images. Open image in Camera RAW Adjust camera lens to your camera brand and lens, in Lens... See full article

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A Camera that Shoots at a Trillion Frames Per Second

Think your new DSLR shoots a lot of frames per second? You have not seen anything yet! In this video Ramesh Raskar from MIT reports on a camera that they’ve built that shoots at a Trillion Frame... See full article

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7 Cool Photoshop Layer Tricks

When youre using layers in Photoshop for photo editing and composting you can speed up the process of working with them if you know these cool layer tricks. 1. Unlock the Background You will alread... See full article

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Photoshoot Secrets: Why Model Talent is Crucial & How to Cast For the Best

Hi friends, Megan here – I’m Chase’s primary on-staff producer. We just wrapped up a commercial shoot for a major sporting goods company and it required a monster amount of productio... See full article

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How I Captured my First Aurora Australis

A Guest post by Loic Le Guilly Your D800 is in the mail On Sunday 15th of July 2012 I went to a friend’s house to borrow his camera. I had a photo shoot the next day and I had nothing decent to ... See full article

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Tell A Different Story Of A Timeless Icon

Its a challenge traveling photographers face. Whether traveling for fun or business, photographing a timeless icon or subject in a new way daunts many of us. This post is intended to give you some ... See full article

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Why I Have to Dump the Adobe Creative Cloud!

Excited by the release of Adobe Creative Suite 6 and the prospect of instant access to new versions of the products it contains as they are released, I jumped on the Creative Cloud subscription soon a... 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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8 Tips for Mom-a-raz-zo Photographers

n. pl. mom-a-raz-zi – A mom who doggedly pursues her children to take photos Much like the paparazzi who have become notorious in Hollywood for stalking celebrities and making their lives misera... See full article

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Taking a Photography Workshop; Why it is Different from a Photo Tour

A Guest Post by Piper Mackay from www.pipermackayphotography.com. The lines seem to crossing between the terms workshop and photo tours. When they do participants may be confused or have false expecta... See full article

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