#FlickrFriday: Lost in the Woods

    Last Flickr Friday we asked you to get Lost in the Woods. Above is a selection of submissions from those of you that ventured into the wilds to take photos for last week’s t... 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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How to Setup a Wireless Printer on Windows PC?

If you have a wireless network, you can connect a wireless printer to this network. This wireless network allows all laptops and computers connected to that network to use the same wireless printer. S... See full article

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Top Pill Identifier Websites and Apps

Pill identification may come in handy if you are conspicuous about some pills lying around your home or it could just be that you forgot some important information like dosage, time etc., about your o... See full article

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10 Techniques for Amazing Portraits

A guest post by San Diego Wedding Photographer, Wayne Yuan As full-time photographers shooting 30+ weddings a year, we have to admit, sometimes it’s easy to fall into the same old formulas when ... See full article

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Every line counts

         Let us introduce you to the cool art of D Laferriere. Every school day he sends his kids off with a sandwich bag that he decorated with a drawing: "The ... See full article

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Four Bums in Beijing

Light Camera Version 1.2 Updated Pop on over to http://lightcameraapp.com and you can grab the new version of Light Camera. We’ve completely reworked the way overlay effects operate with the int... See full article

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Night scenes in long exposures

The new LED lights lining Northern California’s Bay Bridge, a star-speckled sky seen from a Swiss mountain, the “Nubble” Lighthouse of Maine, an old Okinawan building, the illum... See full article

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A Guide to Creating Mood in your Images

Moody photographs, we all love them, but how can we take them ourselves? I guess first we need to know what mood means, it’s a pretty abstract concept after all. The dictionary defines it as ... 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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How to Enable and Use Remote Desktop in Ubuntu?

Ubuntu is a Linux based operating system which is distributed as free and open source software. A lot of companies run their PC on this operating system. It is considered to be one of the most popular... See full article

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How to Enable and Use Remote Desktop in Ubuntu?

Ubuntu is a Linux based operating system which is distributed as free and open source software. A lot of companies run their PC on this operating system. It is considered to be one of the most popular... See full article

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Reality Bender Interview with Street Artist that Transforms Sidewalks into 3-D Wonderland

Regular readers here know I’m a big fan of street art. And when I find good stuff, I share it. In particular the work of Tracy Lee Stum have blown my mind of late – pushing the boundaries ... See full article

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How to Setup Google Voice Conference Calls

If you are looking forward to talking to multiple people at a time and you want to cut down on your net calling expenses, you can always fall back on the free conference facility provided by Google vo... See full article

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Vertical Weekend

              While vertical photographs are less common than horizontal ones (they do require us to take the extra step of tu... 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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Why I stopped using FaceBook Events

Why I stopped using FaceBook Events Facebook events seem to pale in comparison to Google+ events. I’ve planned countless events in both, and the Google+ events have better results. For example, ... See full article

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Understanding HD Video [Book Review]

After a careful read of Chiz Dakin’s book, I came to the conclusion that for the right reader her volume is the ant’s pants, the bees’ knees of ‘how to’ books in ... See full article

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Win One of Two Photography Courses from New York Institute of Photography

Over the last two years here at dPS we’ve run very popular competitions with the New York Institute of Photography to give away to lucky dPS readers some of their great photographic teaching. Du... See full article

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The Ghost Ship in Long Beach

Carrying a tripod? Have you added a tripod to your camera-carrying situation? Once you make the jump… you kind of make the jump and that is it. You kind of just accept that a tripod is part of y... 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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How To Root Kindle Fire HD 7 On Mac OSX

Kindle and other similar devices come with a custom Android OS and that limits many features that you could use to enhance experience on your Android OS. Rooting is particularly most sorted for Kindle... See full article

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What Causes Shockwave Flash Crash and How to Fix it

Google Chrome earned theprivilege to be set as a default Browser for many users which can beattributedto its minimalism, simplicity and most prominently the speed. However, many users report abo... See full article

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Nikon 1 V2 Review

Straight out of the box I have to say the Nikon 1 V2 is the sexiest camera I’ve ever wrapped my mitts around. In ivory, with a finish reminiscent of a highly polished car’s enamel, the cam... See full article

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