5 Tips for a Faster Lightroom Workflow

At a recent workshop I joined, several of the attending photographers expressed frustration with the slowness of Lightroom, and were surprised to see how quickly I am able to process my photos in Ligh... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Expression Over Perfection Living With Limits

Subject First, Technique Second I have been taking pictures on a serious basis for approximately three years now, and I would say that about two years of this have been consumed with learning about ge... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Photoshop Masks 101

When it comes to fixing images in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements the ability to use masks to do your edits is invaluable. By using a mask instead of, for example, the Eraser you get an edit which can... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

How To Photograph Reflections In Water

One of my favourite things to do when I travel is to go on a quest to find a body of water that has a reflection of a landmark. Photographing a reflection creates a unique image of an often photograph... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Getting down low in wildlife photography

When photographing wildlife, the images that most resonate with the viewer are those that evoke emotion and offer an insight into the world of a particular animal. There are numerous tips and pieces... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

12 Ways to Inspire the Creative Photographer Inside You: Part I

A Guest Post by Andrew Gibson Note: Andrew Gibson is currently offering his 5 popular eBooks for under $20 on SnapnDeals. Have you ever had the feeling of being stuck in a rut with your photography? I... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Olympus Stylus XZ-2 Review

Stylus is back! Where did it go? Dunno! For a while there, Olympus branded its cameras solely by model number but since the launch of the PEN line it seems the company needed a more visible delineatio... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

5 Things to Know About Photoshop Brushes

Brushes are used a lot in photo editing from removing blemishes and smoothing skin to dodging and burning and painting on masks. Here are five important features of the brush tool in Photoshop. 1. Adj... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

How to Create a Black & White High-Contrast and Filmic Image in Lightroom 4

Introduction This tutorial is a demonstration of the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System. With over 200 presets, the LR4 Preset System has been critically acclaimed as the most powerful and intuitive... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

5 Things GoPro Nailed with the Hero3 and Why You Need To Care

Hey friends – want to take a second to re-introduce Erik, my on-staff video guru. He’s been with us for a few years now and, as a film school grad and long time commercial shooter, his opi... See full article

Article from Chase Jarvis Blog

One Light Portraits: Simple Elegance

Everyone who ever picks up a camera at one point or another finds themselves pointing it at another person. But unless you walk around with a lighting kit in your back pocket, you have to make do wi... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Deleting is Good for You!

The Most Powerful Keyboard Shortcut You Never Knew So youve got some skills, can take a decent photo and know a bit about how to post process. The best thing you can do now is keep on shooting an... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Why You Might Want To Consider A Full Frame Fisheye Lens Even If You Have A Crop Sensor Camera

There are few things better in life than having something go wrong that leads to the discovery of something even better. Such is the case with my plan to test out a Canon 8-15mm fisheye lens courtesy ... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

The Best Camera Is The One You Have With You (Mobile Photography TIPS)

All photographers go through a lifecycle; those distinct stages from new photographer through to seasoned shutter bug. It definitely happened to me and, looking back, my one embarrassing stage was the... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

onOne Perfect Photo Suite 7 Review and Giveaway

Well, it’s here! Version 7 of onOne’s Perfect Photo Suite has got to be the most anticipated release from onOne in this review we’ll see if it lives up to the hype. One rule I have f... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

The Power Of Limitations

When photographers ask me what gear they should bring on my photo workshops, my recommendation is to keep it simple. Bring whatever you want on the trip, but bring one body and one lens on the daily p... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Portraits that Prop

  As a photographer, how many times have you had your portrait taken. There is nothing more uncomfortable and awkward than sitting in front of a camera trying to evoke a natural smile or a true, ... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

The Long Journey Home (Podcast 354)

Today, I have a bunch of images to talk about from my recent trip around the world with the Pixels 2 Pigment tour. As I leave for Antarctica tomorrow, and I only have a few hours left to do this, I fi... See full article

Article from Martin Bailey Photography Blog

Seeing The Light

There are several factors that set apart good photos from mere snapshots, and good photos from great photos. Things such as exposure, composition, and decisive moment all play a part in setting apar... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Should you be shooting RAW?

You can find many articles online discussing the benefits of shooting in RAW and probably an equal number full of counter arguments stating that it is possible to obtain equally good results shooting ... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Speedliters Handbook A Book Review

Syl Arena, Man with colourful hair and workshop leading extroidinaire has a couple of books, the one I’m telling you about today is “Speedliter’s Handbook” which is a book abou... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Catching The Action: Photographing Youth Sports

One of the most popular subjects people photograph is their children. Everyone is always showing off photos of their little ones. And when those little ones grow bigger, we photograph their acti... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

What Makes You A Professional Photographer?

There are quite a few hot photography debates floating around the internet. Whether it’s HDR, watermarks, Nikon vs. Canon, Mac vs. PC, straight out of the camera vs. post processing; there’... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

Practical White Balance and Why You Should Learn It!

White balance can be a tricky subject to master and as a beginner I found both the concept and application difficult. Getting to grips with white balance was a landmark in my early learning, gone were... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School

North Atlantic Monolith

Since the release of the James Cameron blockbuster film Titanic, photographers, tourists, and adventurers have been migrating to the eastern coast of Canada in a quest to view and photograph icebergs.... See full article

Article from Digital Photography School