Tell a Story with a Diptych: Weekly Photography Challenge [With 15 Examples]

Earlier in the week we published a post on how to use Diptych’s to tell a story. Today we’re issuing the challenge to go out and shoot and edit one up to share with us! Come on – we ... See full article

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Top 25 Gorgeous Google Chrome themes

Ever since its birth, Google has bestowed the world with highest end technology through many ventures. All the services offered by Google, in one way or the other, run the whole tech world. With the i... See full article

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Photo History 101: Rare Color Photos of Paris in the Early 1900s

There is a school of thought that proposes the Earth is home to a smattering of “sacred sites” — energy centers, places of mystery and wonder — earth Chakras some call them. Th... See full article

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Weddings Through The Eyes of a Noob: Lessons I Learned

Throughout the first 20 years of my career in photography, I’d photographed a lot of different things- NHL All-Star games, Major League Baseball, NFL Football. I’d photographed portraits, ... See full article

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Thomas Hawk: “Im trying to capture 1 million photos before I die”

I think of myself as a photography factory, says photographer and blogger Thomas Hawk, who has embarked upon a journey to shoot and publish 1 million photos before he dies. I am obsessed wi... See full article

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#FlickrFriday: When Night Falls

    Last week’s Flickr Friday theme was When Night Falls. You took many different approaches to interpret the theme, from colorful sunsets, stunning night shot... See full article

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The Dirt Road to Paradise

More from New Zealand – Forgive me! Normally I jump around the world and post photos from many countries out of order. But, I’ve been processing SO MANY New Zealand photos that I’ve ... See full article

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The Best of Light Stalking This Week! Plus Photo Challenges

Light Stalking has grown into a thriving community with close to a million people following us or seeing us online in one form or other, every month. In all of the hullabaloo, its easy to miss the ... See full article

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Avoid These Common Mistakes When Photographing Wild Animals

Wildlife photography is no easy task. Gross understatement, right? You dont even have to go on an expedition to a strange and exotic land to realize the challenges present in wildlife photography; ... See full article

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Take your Time and Work the Scene

I recently shared this photo on Facebook, Google+, and Flickr, with a quick tip on how to create a starburst effect. In this article, I’d like to share the thought process behind the image, and ... See full article

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New with Flickr for iPhone: Mention your friends, download your photos, faster uploads and more!

Our latest update to the new iPhone app is here! It brings quite a few features that many of you have asked for.    Take the conversations to another level! You can now mention your friend... See full article

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30 Things you Should Know to Help you Start a Photography Business

Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls. – Joseph Campbell 1. Find the best photography course or workshops that work for you If you are goin... See full article

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Monochrome Moments

Black and white photography can teach us to see the world more graphically as shapes, shadows, textures, and lines within the frame of our photos become more pronounc... See full article

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10 Best Online Radio Apps for iPhone and Android

No matter how many music tracks you have collected over the years, it is never enough when it comes to music. Repeating the same set of songs over and over again becomes quite mundane after some time.... See full article

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The Ceiling of the Paris Opera House

Paris Tutorial Videos Now Available! Want to learn more about my post-processing and follow me around on a shoot in Paris? Even better, you get to see the same thing from Miss Aniela! Pop over to the ... See full article

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Synology DS1512+ NAS review

Hello there! I’d just finishedwritingthis Synology 1512+ review and subsequently deleted it all… Why, you ask? Well – I have a bit of a history in I.T. and as such, found myself ... See full article

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The 7 Common Habits of Remarkably Talented Photographers

One of the best ways to improve yourself is by observing the habits of those you find to be inspirational and talented. In doing so, we hope to learn what it is they have done that helped them achieve... See full article

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Brazil’s master of architecture: Oscar Niemeyer

You’re bound to be captivated by at least one building designed by Oscar Niemeyer when exploring Brazilian cityscapes. With an international career that spanned nearly 80 years, Niemeyer (1... See full article

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From Obscurity to Internet Sensation How Creatives Can Win the PR Game [Interview with Ryan Holiday]

Ryan Holiday is a media genius who promotes, inflates and hacks some of the biggest names and brands in the world. Hes also the Director of Marketing for American Apparel. Oh, and hes just 25 ye... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Darlene Hildebrandt

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for dPS?Today meet photographer Darlene Hildebrandt from Alberta, Canada. 1... See full article

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Use Diptychs to Tell a Story

If a picture is worth a thousands words, how much is a diptych (pronounced diptik) worth? Photography is about visual communication: sharing stories, ideas, and feelings through images. A diptych of t... See full article

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Chienbse, a Swiss tradition

     On the Sunday night after Ash Wednesday a procession begins of people carrying burning bundles of pinewood chips (called Chienbse, the Alemannic German for “pinewood ... See full article

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Abandoned North Korean Prison in New Zealand?!?

Want to see a video? Our team is working on putting together a video now from our time here. I don’t know how much longer it will take, but you’ll find out first if you sign-up for my News... See full article

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9 Interesting Perspectives on the Art of iPhone Photography

The digital world of photography has slowly and naturally created an entirely new category of art, and the new craze that is instagram has skyrocketed mobile photography to a whole new level of cool. ... See full article

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LAST CHANCE to Get these Free Bonuses with Our new Portraits eBook

Over the last few weeks we’ve launched our brand new Portraits eBook – Portraits: Making the Shot – written by Aussie celebrity photographer Gina Milicia. But our launch special is a... See full article

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