Deciphering Photo Jargon Learn to Speak Photographer

If you’ve ever been a little lost while reading your camera’s manual, or a photography magazine it could be that you just need to learn to speak “photographer” language. In thi... See full article

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A moody evening at the Great Wall

Selling Cans of Fresh Air in China Related to today’s post, I saw that some people have taken to selling cans of fresh air! Remember Spaceballs? Actually, I have a fairly pragmatic view of all o... See full article

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Wrapping Up Another Week on Light Stalking Popular Stories, Photo Contests and Great Shots

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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Veggie Macros

Up-close photos of vegetables and fruits that capture the finite textures, patterns, and color ranges of them. Explore more images like these in the Veggie Shots gallery, and share your captivati... See full article

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6 Ways to Enhance Your Creativity

No matter what your artistic interests, whether photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, etc., the underlying force behind your work is creativity. It’s much easier to talk about technical asp... See full article

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5 Fun Free Online Games

Playing Fun free Online games directly from your browser can help you get rid of extreme boredom and even stress sometimes. And because they can be played online anywhere and anytime you like , you ge... See full article

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Hype Machines the Photography + Art of Movie Posters [Academy Award Nominated]

It’s Oscar season, folks! Love or hate the Academy, it’s hard not to get a little swept up in the fever. And with the Super Bowl now behind us, it gives us a reason to ask “who will ... See full article

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Siri for Android: Top 10 Alternatives

Ever since Apple released iPhone 4s, die-hard Apple fans have been talking about how great the Siri works. Siri is more of a personal assistant than a voice actions app. You can interact with Siri but... See full article

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What Would Help Improve Your Photography?

I recently asked this simple question on social media: What do you think would help improve your photography? Your answers prompted me to try to come up with some tips and possible solutions tha... See full article

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New Release: Craft & Vision PHOTOGRAPH Issue #2!

Today Issue #2 of the incredible new digital magazine from Craft & Vision was released. Once again, I’m a little embarrassed to sing its praises, as I have a regular column in PHOTOGRAPH, bu... See full article

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New HDR and Post-processing Video Available!

New HDR and Post-processing Video Available! We finally have everything wrapped up in a neat little package for you! Check it out here! As always, we will give you all your money back if you don’... See full article

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How to Isolate Subjects in a Photograph: 8 Creative Tactics for Photographers

The world has so much clutter, so much noise that its hard to break out of that and stand out. Its the same with photos. To properly communicate what your subject is, one must make sure that it ... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ James Brandon

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for dPS? We thought it would be a good time to introduce them to you through ... See full article

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5 Best Medical Apps for Android Phones and Tablets

Technology has changed the way we use, perceive and learn things and thinsin turnhas drastically changed our personal, social and even professional lives. There is hardly any field where technolog... See full article

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Yarn bombs: Photos of guerrilla knitting

While browsing pictures in the stream of Recent Photos, we came across a brightly colored image of what’s known as yarn bombing — a graffiti practice that uses yarn as the preferred m... See full article

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Studio Portraits Getting Started With One Light

Working with studio lights can be a daunting process for many photographers. Many find the studio to be a place of fear and anxiety where the sanctity of natural light has vacated and the hauntingly, ... See full article

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Fishing on Oahu

Speaking of fishing… I’m running into an increasing number of people who call themselves “Pescatarians” – vegetarians that also eat fish. Have you run into these sorts to... See full article

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7 Lessons You Can Learn from Shooting with a Camera Phone

What would your reaction be if someone suggested that you should cut all ties with one of your best friends and closest companions? No, Im not talking about your significant other or your pet. I... See full article

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Grab Our New eBook and Win a New Lens and a Personal Portraiture Mentoring Package!

It has been two weeks since we announced our brand new eBook – Portraits: Making the Shot by Gina Milicia. The feedback from readers has been wonderful and many have snapped up our launch offer ... See full article

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High Above an Eagles Eye Best Satellite Images of 2012

Every now and again I find myself tooling around Google Earth, scrolling this way and that along coastlines, across deserts and over mountains. I figure it’s a compulsion more compelling than pr... See full article

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#FlickrFriday: Everyone Loves Pie

    Last Friday we asked you for submissions interpreting our theme Everyone Loves Pie. These are some of our favorite contributions. Join the Flickr Friday ... See full article

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Introducing the Creative Triangle

This is the first in a series of articles by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding EOS: A Beginner’s Guide to Canon EOS cameras. The ‘creative triangle’ is my term for the ide... See full article

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On stage at the State Theater in Sydney

Movie Premieres The State Theater below is apparently where they also have some of the major movie premieres in Sydney. This is not news to all the good Aussies out there, but it’s cool to think... See full article

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Case Study: Portrait Photoshop Retouching From Lighting to Finished Product

We all have searched the web for ways to accomplish better portrait retouching. There are more methods and programs that people use, all of which have a different look and not one is technically bet... See full article

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World Heritage Site: Huanglong

One of the gratifying aspects about exploring Recent Photos is spotting a depicted destination that brings to mind the question: “Where is that?” Situated in the Sichuan Province, Hua... See full article

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