Mammoth Samplr

    These photos were all uploaded with our new iPhone app’s “Mammoth” filter, which seems to lend itself to shots of skies, shrubs and steel. To see more like them ... See full article

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15 Incredible Tutorials on the Art of Photographing Wildlife

There’s no shortage of information to be gained here on the internet and sometimes what should be a simple search turns into an hour wasted on scrolling through google search results, still not ... See full article

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Plastic Cameras: Lo-Fi Photography in the Digital Age [Book Review]

Years ago a cinematographer friend told me of a dinner he once had in Paris with a Mr Cooke. Mr Cooke of the famed British optical firm Cooke, Taylor and Hobson. During the meal Mr Cooke explained tha... See full article

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Wireless Cameras Are The Future Whats in it for You?

I’ve been banging on the doors, windows, and faces of camera manufacturers for years about this one having long found value in the idea, “What good is a picture if you can’t share it... See full article

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How to Make 3D Sunglasses at Home for Cheap

As we know that nowadays 3D images and movies are becoming so popular that every second movie is releasing in 3D too. Many of us went to thecinema halls to watch these awesome 3D movies but before t... See full article

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Getting Landscapes Sharp: Hyperfocal Distances and Aperture Selection

An important element of landscape photography is ensuring that all of the key elements within your composition are sharp. This can often include foreground objects that are a matter of meters from y... See full article

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10 Helpful Recent Blog Posts on Photography As a Business

The dream of taking a photography hobbie to pro level is something that intrigues a lot of amateur photographers. Photography is a tough business in the pro leagues and you need to make sure you have ... See full article

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Downtown Austin PhotoWalk Details

Google+ SXSW Austin PhotoWalk with Trey Ratcliff – All Levels of Photographers – All Free! Also you are invited to come to my featured (Google+ heavy!) speech at SXSW – “A Life... See full article

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Treys Variety Hour #69: Google+ Photography Tips and Strategies!

Trey’s Variety Hour #69 Join me, +Thomas Hawk +Elena Solomon +Chrysta Rae +Cliff Baise and +Gino Barasa for a very fun time… ! The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check y... See full article

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Panoramic Photography The Art of Stitching

In landscape photography, panoramas are always hugely popular with both audiences and photographers alike. Let’s take a look at how to get panoramic shots that really wow people. Orientation ... See full article

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Travel Photography Inspiration Project: Japan

Not only will this be one of the longest Travel Photography Inspiration Project posts to date, it is one I am very excited to put together. All of the participants not only delivered high quality imag... See full article

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How Does Twitter Make Money?

Twitter is a micro-blogging site and was created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey and launched in July, the same year. The basic concept ofTwitteris to be “the SMS of the Internet.” which ... See full article

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War & Fashion Intellectual Exercise or Gut Punch?

A few days ago Moni Basu of CNN published a provocative piece comparing the photography of War to the photography of Fashion. Whether this is an absurd evocation, an intellectual exercise, or an astut... See full article

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Using Gobos To Create Dramatic Lighting

When lighting a subject, one of the things you want to try to do is create drama, or a context, using the light. This often means modifying your light source. One of the easiest ways to modify your fl... See full article

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Slow Motion Sunset on the Color-Thickened Lake

Working on new videos I’ve been working hard to record hours and hours of new videos. The photo below makes an appearance in one of the videos that will be coming out soon. I’ve just spent... See full article

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The Winner of $1000 in Lenses and Personal Mentoring is

Over the last few weeks we’ve run a competition to give away $1000 worth of lenses and personal mentoring with Gina Milicia – author of our Portraits: Making the Shot eBook. Over the weeke... See full article

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Noise In Your Images? Use These Easy Strategies to Improve Your Noisy Photographs

It is perhaps the bane of the photographers life, the dreaded image noise that has the ability to ruin the look of a well composed picture. Whilst modern cameras have much improved sensors and algorit... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Anne McKinnell

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for dPS? Today we meet Anne McKinnell, one of our brand new, fresh and minty ... See full article

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Learning to See, Part VI

No Contrast – No Problem The most beautiful composition can be dashed by improper use of color and contrast. CJ Rider As we learned in our last entry, harsh light can work well with bold an... See full article

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La Dfense in Paris

Thanks for all the great feedback We’re glad people are enjoying the recently released “Midnight in Paris”! It looks like most people are buying the “Bonus” version of it... See full article

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Sony NEX-6 Review

I usually start a review of a camera like this straight after brekky, while I’m fresh, with an uncluttered mind. But sometimes it seems I would have been better off by kicking off with a clutter... See full article

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Why does your camera see things differently than you?

Do you ever see a beautiful scene, take out your camera, take the shot and then wonder what went wrong? Why doesn’t the display on the LCD screen look at all like the scene in front of you? Do y... See full article

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HDR

HDR – Now in Arabic! The ever-expanding list of languages continues. Thank you to Abdullah Suleiman for this translation! ... See full article

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87 Cool Web Links No Photographer Should Miss

Always searching for the very best links to tutorials, collections, features, great photography and interesting blogs, Toad Hollow Photography is happy to share this week’s list with everyone he... See full article

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Face off

You’ll find only photos without faces in this quirky gallery You Can’t Always Face The Street by Peep O’Daze. For more photos that shoot the street from a different angle, check ... See full article

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