How to Fix Timestamp Issues on Multi-Camera Shoots

Introduction This tutorial has been transcribed from the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Workshop on DVD, a 14 hour Lightroom 4 A Z guide with over 130 tutorials for mastering Lightroom from start to finis... See full article

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Delicate: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a new photo and to share it with us on the them of ‘Delicate‘. Feel free to interpret the theme in any way that you wish. You could: photograph a single... See full article

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5 Tips for Improving Your Portrait Photography

Here are some techniques that you may not be aware of if you’re new to portrait photography. It takes practice, but being aware of these ideas can get you experimenting, and inspire you to try s... See full article

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The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial

Lately we’ve had a lot of readers asking for advice about simple lighting techniques for shooting portraits. Here’s a good video from TheSlantedLens that gives some good basic information ... See full article

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Learning to See, Part VIII

Consulting the rules of composition before taking a photograph, is like consulting the laws of gravity before going for a walk. Edward Weston   To some photographers composition is an innate... See full article

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Destination: Alaska

Over the years, as I grew as a photographer, I wanted to expand my horizons and photograph exotic and epic places. Tops on my list was Alaska. I wanted to photograph the grandeur of the Alaska Range... See full article

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Making a Photo: Infuse Yourself into your Photos

As a hobbyist, self-taught photographer, I find myself often wondering about the esoteric nature of photography and what it is exactly that separates the average photographer from the professional or ... See full article

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Why Making Mistakes is Good for your Photography

A Guest Contribution by Draycat It is said the longest journey starts with a single step. The unfortunate part of life is that sometimes that step will cause you to fall, or you may even find you are ... See full article

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Tips for Objective Evaluation of Composition

Composition is one skill within photography that we can probably never master, but just continually develop. The composition we choose when taking a photograph, i.e. where we choose to place the bou... See full article

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The Business of Photography Transitioning to Full Time (Podcast 363)

Today, I’m joined by David duChemin, to discuss the business of photography, particularly with regards to transitioning to full time photographer, and the sort of things that you should think se... See full article

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What to do When theres Nothing to Shoot

A Guest Contribution by Draycat There are always days when you want to take photographs but you feel that there is nothing to shoot. Here are a few ideas for days like that. 1. Go to the Zoo The key h... See full article

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How to be Creative with White Balance

This is the fourth in a series of articles by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding EOS: A Beginner’s Guide to Canon EOS cameras. My approach to photography is to keep things as simple as... See full article

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5 Ways To Improve Your Photography Without Touching Your Camera

We’ve all been there. You’re clicking through the pages of a website like Light Stalking and you are bombarded with so many beautiful top quality images that you feel like giving up. A wav... See full article

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3 Ways To Get Sharper Close-Ups

In close-up photography, one of your biggest goals is to draw attention to your subject–you want to make it really stand out. One way to make your subject stand out is to make it the sharpest pa... See full article

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Quick Tip: Importing to Lightroom Made Easier

Introduction This tutorial is from the Lightroom 4 Workshop Collection. Including 27 hours of A to Z Lightroom 4 education and the industry standard Lightroom 4 Preset System. DPS users can get 10% of... See full article

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Making Sharper Wildlife Photographs [Part 2 of 2]

A contribution by Paul Burwell from Burwell School of Photography In my last article I discussed the sort of equipment the average person might afford and use for wildlife photography. We discussed le... See full article

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Snow Monkeys & Hokkaido with David duChemin (Podcast 362)

I usually record an update after returning from the Snow Monkeys and Hokkaido tour each year, and insert a recording from the bus on the last day of each trip as well as my own reflections on our trip... See full article

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OPINION: Why Photoshop is Ruining Landscape Photography

This opinion piece was contributed by Declan ONeill from www.newzealandscape.com. The winner of one of Britain’s most prestigious photographic competitions was stripped of his title recently ... See full article

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Understanding Colour on Your Digital Camera

This is the third in a series of articles by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding EOS: A Beginner’s Guide to Canon EOS cameras. Joel Meyerowitz once asked ‘If the world is in colou... See full article

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5 Tips to for Getting Sharper Images

An important element of photography is getting sharp, crisp images. You may be struggling with focus, especially if you are fairly new to DSLR photography. It is extremely frustrating to go out shooti... See full article

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5 Fundamental Elements of Great Photographs

There are five common elements that great images typically have; Good use of light, color, a captivating moment, correct composition for the given situation, and the photographers choice of distance t... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Helen Bradley

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for dPS? Today we meet Helen Bradley, a long time writer on the site. 1. How ... See full article

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Making Sharper Wildlife Photographs [Part 1 of 2]

A contribution by Paul Burwell from Burwell School of Photography If there is one area that seems to flummox more aspiring wildlife photographers it is the subject of making sharp images. You’d ... See full article

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Learning to See, Part VII

Whereas photography is about vision, composition is about aesthetics. In our previous readings in this series we learned how colour, contrast and tonal range have a dramatic effect on the overall re... See full article

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What Are Your Worst Habits As A Photographer?

I was inspired to write this article after recently asking the question, What are your worst habits as a photographer? on social media. Here are some of the most common responses followed by s... See full article

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