Easter hamsters

Not your traditional Easter mascots, the hamsters scurrying through pyza*’s adorable photos won’t fail to get you in the spirit. Be sure to check out her christmas, easter &... See full article

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3 Workouts to Improve your Photography

A Guest post by Jim Harmer of ImprovePhotography.com Athletes would never consider showing up to a game without having practiced, so why is it that most photographers shoot for the wall-hanger p... See full article

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Easter Weekend in New Zealand

How about a few Family Photos? I don’t share these very much… but I thought you might like to see a new batch! I took the family on a little road trip to visit some glaciers near Mount Coo... See full article

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The secret lives of eggs

Before you prepare to dye (or fry) your eggs this weekend, take a minute to appreciate these moments of joy and grief from beyond the carton. Jumbo and free-range eggs alike have dreams of becom... See full article

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Converting Images to Black and White Properly

by: David Wahlman of Wahlman Photography Recently I was asked about the process of converting images to black & white; namely when to know the image would be good for it. So in this post Im going t... See full article

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The Amazing Bridge in Sydney

Android Development of Stuck On Earth Want to see some screenshots of the progress so far? Visit this thread on Google+ to see! Daily Photo – The Amazing Bridge in Sydney I think I took this dur... See full article

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Sunlight: Weekly Photography Challenge

In the last week on dPS we’ve posted a couple of tutorials that focus upon the ‘Sun’ in different ways with our posts Using the Sun as a Compositional Element and How to Use Sunset L... See full article

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Tom in Sydney

Another shout out to the QT Sydney Thanks again to the QT Sydney (a photo of my room) for hosting Tom and I! Stephen Howard did a great job showing us around and getting us here into the State Theater... See full article

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Beautiful light bulb explosions

When people first look at my pictures, theyre immediately drawn to them, says Jon Smith who is a chemist by trade and known on Flickr as WideEyedIlluminations. But their wow moment i... See full article

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Truth and the Best of Light Stalking for the Past Week Plus Weekly Photo Contests

It can be easy to miss helpful photography articles, weekly contests and photos submitted to the forum as our site and community flourish and grow. Almost a million photographers follow us or otherwis... See full article

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The Irreverence Episode (aka NOT GIVING A F#$%) Author Julien Smith + Musical Guest MY GOODNESS on #cjLIVE

TWO amazing guests on the next episode of chasejarvisLIVE on Wednesday, April 3, 2013. To enjoy Guest #1… you need to stop giving a f*#k right now. Not about your work, but about what other peop... See full article

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#FlickrFriday: Sea of Lights

      Last Flickr Friday we asked you to find your own See of Lights. Above is a selection of submissions you entered featuring lights over the ocean, a flurry of lights in ... See full article

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Insect portraits

When we think of capturing beauty, not all of us turn to pesky insects as subjects to shoot. Many macro specialists, however, take the challenge of focusing on tiny bug faces — providing us... See full article

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Using the Sun As A Compositional Element

For the most part, as photographers, we avoid shooting into the sun for fear that we’ll get some unsightly flaring. The sun DOES present some exposure challenges, and of course, flare is a con... See full article

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Save 33% on The Photographers Workflow by Gavin Gough

One of the most popular deals that we had in last years 12 Photography Deals of Christmas campaign was when we offered a discount on renowned travel Photographer Gavin Gough’s eBook – The ... See full article

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Trees in Yosemite

I’m still enjoying Pinterest too! I go to Pinterest almost every single day to pin a few things. I think my ratio there is I pin about 20% my own work and re-pin 80% other work. I know lots of p... See full article

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Exposure Bracketing: What Every Good Photographer Should Know

There arent many sure things in life. No matter how diligently we plan, regardless of how much effort we put forth, there are simply going to be times when the outcome of whatever we are involved w... See full article

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Lens Hoods: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

Phil Steele recently released a good video on the topic of Lens Hoods that I thought readers might enjoy. It covers everything from the why, when, and how of using Lens Hoods. Just a reminder – ... See full article

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Do Less = Do More. The Art of Being Creative + Productive

I’m a huge fan of the concept of “strategic renewal.” Chasing shiny opportunities, working in a reactive state and dealing with each new email that pops up on your phone is not only ... See full article

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10 Tips To Get Over Photographers Block

Going through a creative rut can be frustrating, and sometimes scary, but it is usually temporary. Photographers block can happen to you at any time. Its up to you to turn it into a positive exp... See full article

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Fine Art Print Lightroom Slideshow Template

For many years I’ve used a black background for my Lightroom slideshow, and I still will sometimes, but recently, as I held a freshly printed photograph on Breathing Color’s Optica One fin... See full article

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Rowboat at the Still Lake

Exciting! Thanks again for all the enthusiasm about the new video that you can sign up for now on the Landscape and Travel Photography Tutorial: New Zealand page! You can probably get the idea there t... See full article

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Inverted world

    Shadows, a car roof, water on pavement, a ropetackle lens. Each of these surfaces hold an inverted dimension that’s darker, distorted, or highlights an aspect of the subject... See full article

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When To Shoot Black And White

When I first started out on this road of endless expense that is photography I spent many hours musing over the merits of black & white. There is no doubt that sometimes a black & white photog... See full article

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Majestic Nepal

Scenes captured in the Himalayas and other picturesque regions of the landlocked Asian nation located between China and India. Do you want more pictures from this location? Enjoy other images of ... See full article

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