Behind the Scenes: Surf Photography with Zak Noyle

In these video surf photographer Zak Noyle shares his passion for surf photography as well as giving some insights into what it takes to get these shots. And here is part 2. via fstoppers Post origina... See full article

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The Wonderful World of Macro Lenses: Close-Up Photography Lesson #4

This is the final in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In the first three lessons of this... 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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Smart Object Action Keeps Your Filters Editable

A Guest Post by David Salahi from The Photo Performance I use Nik Software filters in Photoshop a lot but when I first started using them I would often find that after applying a filter I would later ... 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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Reverse Lens Macro: Close Up Photography Lesson #3

This is the third in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In my previous articles I looked a... See full article

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10 Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography

A Guest Post by Wildlife Photographer – Morkel Erasmus Ever since digital SLR technology has become more readily available, more and more people have become photography enthusiasts, and more and... See full article

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Podcast 344 : Successful Color Management and Printing Webinar

This week I’m releasing the replay of our July 9 Webinar with Photoshelter and X-Rite, in which I talk about Color Management and how to get better results from your printing. Here’s our l... See full article

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Using HDR instead of Fill Flash to Deal with High Dynamic Range

A Guest Post by Suzy Richards HDR has made a very negative name for itself but in some situations it can be a life saver. One instance where I have started to use it recently is in situations where I ... 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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How to get the Money Shot in Pet Photography

A Guest Post by Nicole Begley from Hair of the Dog If there is one shot in pet photography that just about every owner is guaranteed to fall in love with and buy, it is the head tilt. There is noth... See full article

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Quick Look : Canon Digital Photo Professional Digital Lens Optimizer

Here’s a quick post to show you how useful the Digital Lens Optimizer can be in Canon’s Digital Photo Professional. I was over at the Canon Inc. HQ this week, and had a chance to talk with... See full article

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Neutral Density Filter Fireworks Photography

A Guest Post from Tom Bricker from DisneyTouristBlog.com As most landscape photographers probably know, neutral density filters reduce the intensity of light reaching the lens, to allow longer shutter... See full article

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Extension Tubes: Close Up Photography Lesson #2

This is the second in a series of four lessons on close-up and macro photography by Andrew S Gibson, author of Up Close: A Guide to Macro & Close Up Photography. In the last lesson, I wrote about... 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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Podcast 343 : X-Rite i1Photo Pro 2 Review for Photographers

Today we’re going to take a look at the i1 Photo Pro 2 calibration solution from X-Rite, and i1 Profiler, the software that you’ll use to run the device. For me, this is an upgrade from th... See full article

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Art Wolfe on the Photographic Treasure Hunt

In this video renowned photographer Art Wolfe shares a little about how he got into photography and some of where he gets inspiration in this video. Intro by Art Wolfe from Art Wolfe on Vimeo. I parti... See full article

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Get a New Perspective By Getting High with your Camera

Photo by svenwerk Regular readers of DPS will know of my love for shooting from down low to get an image that emphasizes the height of subjects. I love the way shooting from ground level creates wonde... See full article

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Advanced Composition: Using Georgraphy

When you think of composition in photography, what are the first things that comes to mind? Rule of thirds. Fill the Frame. Leading lines. Depth. Repetition. If you are really educated, you may also t... See full article

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Solo, Teaming up, or Photo Tour DRAFT

A Guest Post by Piper Mackay from www.pipermackayphotography.com. Picking up a camera seems to unleash a new curiosity about our planet inspiring most of us to seek out an exotic destination and exper... See full article

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Wedding Details for Beginners

A few weeks ago I wrote about the ins and outs to capture gorgeous wedding details shots of rings and jewellery. We discussed the elements of clarity, depth of field, environment and background, light... See full article

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How to Shoot [photograph] Fireworks

Happy Birthday America! Since most of you in the USA are probably trying to step away from your desk and get to your BBQ or first steps of celebration – I wanted to give you these tips a little ... See full article

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9 Tips for Capturing the City in Motion

Street photography is one thing, but capturing the heartbeat of the city is something else. The everyday motion of the metropolis can make for some of the most compelling photographs, as it: wakes ... See full article

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5 Tips For Photographing Silhouettes

In this post, Steve Berardi from PhotoNaturalist discusses five tips for photographing silhouettes. Photographing a silhouette is a great way to capture the dramatic colors of a sunrise or sunset, and... See full article

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Podcast 342 : Side Light May 2012 Assignment Winners

Today we take a look at the five winning images from the May 2012 MBP Assignment, on the theme of Side Light. Use this audio player if you’d prefer to listen: There are also download and s... See full article

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