PHOTOGRAPH, The Print and the Process, and Hokkaido, with David duChemin (Podcast 353)

After a five week hiatus, I’m finally back on the air, for one or two episodes anyway. As you know I’ve been traveling with my Pixels 2 Pigment tour, and although I was able to push out a ... See full article

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The Reality Of Shooting In National Parks

Youve seen them. The beautiful pictures, often repeats of other beautiful pictures. Here, let me give you an example. This is Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. You may have seen this ty... See full article

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Pulling Dreamscapes via Orton Effect

Not far from my home is the residence of one of the best teachers of photography in Canada, if not the planet. Freeman Patterson has that incredible ability to not only implant a contagious passion wi... See full article

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Pro Photographer Editing Workflow (TIPS)

Creating images is a process and, for me, pressing the shutter is only a small part of the journey to an image of sufficient quality to publish. In this article, part 2 to Architecture Photographers o... See full article

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Announcing PHOTOGRAPH! The New Magazine from Craft & Vision

Today is a big day for the photography community, because Craft & Vision just announced a brand new quarterly magazine, and you are going to love it! The first issue featuresportfolios and inter... See full article

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Aspect Ratios in Landscape Photography

Composition is often the key to the difference between a good landscape photograph and a great landscape photograph. There are oft quoted rules that we all try to adhere to and break in equal measur... See full article

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Custom Workspaces in Photoshop

I like Photoshop to open and “look the way I want to see it”. But sometimes ‘the way I want to see it’ is different than others. I’m fickle – but thankfully Photosh... See full article

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Bird Photography Near Feeders

A Guest Post by Lithuanian Photographer Tadas Naujokaitis. Bird photography is quite difficult because birds don’t do what a photographer wants. Moreover, it’s often hard to get close to t... See full article

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Its all About Framing!

A guest post by Svrine Monnay, New York Photo Tours company citifaris copywriter How to make a great picture? What are the keys elements that help shooting pics successfully? What should we have ... See full article

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What I Learned from Meeting Bruce Gilden

by Michael Ernest Sweet It was bound to happen. I had already been in New York City for a couple of weeks and planned to spend the rest of the summer working the streets. As a street photographer, Tim... See full article

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How to Photograph Markets

A Guest Post by Kav Dadfar from Dadfar Photogrpahy Markets are fascinating places to photograph and are always on my shot list wherever I go. They are often places where you get a real glimpse of the ... See full article

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6 Tips on Photographing Lightning During the Day

A Guest Post by Deidra Wilson. Perhaps youve begun to master photographing lightning at night, but youve noticed that there are tons of great storms during the day that produce some pretty great... See full article

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HandlePod Camera Stabilisation System [REVIEW]

You can’t judge a book by its cover, it’s true! Sometimes our first impressions can be ‘off the mark’ as mine was when I first saw this new little creation, The HandlePod. We g... See full article

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How to Organise a Fashion Shoot in 5 Easy Steps

A Guest Post by Olivia Vitazkova from www.reverinephotography.com Recently I’ve been asked more and more about how I go about organising a photo-shoot. It was mainly asked by my new flatmates wh... See full article

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What Percentage of your Images Do You Take or Process B&W? POLL

In this dPS poll we want to know how many of your images you take or process as black and white images? In comments below also tell us a little about the shots that do end up black and white and how y... See full article

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Preparing your Model and Background for a Successful Composite

A Guest Post by Tom Di Maggio from Tom Di Maggio Photography. When I posted the my article about creating Eye Catching Composites I got some comments and a lot of emails asking for more details on my ... See full article

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5 Photoshop Setup Tips

When you install a new version of Photoshop the first thing youll need to do is to set things up so that they work properly for you. Here are settings I make in the Preferences panel every time I u... See full article

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Architecture Photographers On Holiday (Part 1)

Hands up guilty ones! Who here gets itchy feet after about 2 months and needs to travel? Worse still, do you need to have a holiday reserved as if you are trapped without this planned escape? My hand ... See full article

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How to Achieve Blurred Backgrounds in Portraits

A request I hear over and over from my students, is that they want to know how to create a beautiful, soft, blurred background like the image you see here. There is a big misconception among new pho... See full article

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How I Shot And Edited It Layers, Oman

The image above was shot in Oman near sunset and I have received a number of requests to explain how it was shot and processed. I hope this post helps you understand the process I used so it may be of... See full article

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14 Ways To Significantly Improve Your Photography Today

As photographers and artists, we all hit creative walls. We work and work to improve our skills, and we learn new things, and then it seems we hit a wall. Maybe our images start looking dull to us, li... See full article

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My Neighbourhood: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your photographic challenge is to shoot and share an image on the theme of ‘my neighbourhood’. This is based on the rise in the interested of street photography and urban photogr... See full article

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Top 5 Tips on How to Photograph Food

A Guest Post by Deidra Wilson. Many of you may want to step up your food photography from iPhone to fabulous, but youre sure that its quite impossible to do without a food stylist and ten grand ... See full article

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Photoshop Content-Aware Fill [Video Tutorial]

In this tutorial Phil Steele from Photoshop Basics for Photographers shares a great little tutorial on a feature called ‘Content Aware Fill’ that is in recent versions of Photoshop CS and ... See full article

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YouTube for Photographers: 3 Ways to get Started Using YouTube to Show and Promote your Photography

A Guest Post by Marlene Hielema Video is all the rage. With virtually all digital cameras now able to capture live video, if you’re not shooting video you’re going to start to feel left ou... See full article

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