How to Password Protect USB Drive

You need to constantly password protect USB drive because you will sometimes, if not always, share it with your friends and colleagues. Sharing your USB drive is one of the ways of creating security r... See full article

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Why your Camera isnt a Superhero

A Guest Contribution by Draycat The day my first SLR camera arrived I was excited. I’d already put my point and shoot at the bottom of a drawer knowing that I wouldn’t need it anymore R... See full article

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I like Peep

“Madame and I found Peep shivering in a puddle at the side of the road. With no Mummy Duck to be found anywhere we decided to bring him to the notcat abode to grow up. When he is fully fle... See full article

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The Great Austin SXSW PhotoWalk!

Prizes from the Event! We’ll be giving away many prizes from the event! On the next Variety Hour (every Monday I have a good internet connection), we’ll be sure to announce all the winners... See full article

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The Rule of Thirds and How to Break It A Comprehensive Guide

Possibly the most well known and most talked about photographic composition guideline is the Rule of Thirds. However it doesnt stop with photography. You will find the Rule of Thirds applied ... See full article

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Treys Variety Hour #70: Experimental Lenses, Crazy Shots and more with Hawk, Koloskov, Nicole n Brian, Gino!

Trey’s Variety Hour #70 The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check your local time) Submit your questions here: Please submit any questions you have while you watch the show and we&... See full article

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What Gear You Need to Pack for Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is perhaps one of the most evocative and yet difficult areas of our art to master. Great wildlife photographs are a wonderful addition to anyone’s portfolio and will illicit... See full article

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Greens of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

All sorts of things turned green in international celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day. Here are a few photo highlights of the numerous green illuminations, costumes, and parade props. See mo... See full article

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How to Enable Windows 7s Windows XP Mode

Enabling a windows 7 windows xp mode is the best possible way of keeping the old windows applications from XP in the new Windows 7 OS. Such windows XP apps may seem to be ancient but the nostalgia sur... See full article

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How to Create a Bootable Windows XP CD/DVD or USB Key

There are manypossiblereasonsas to why someone would go looking for a tutorial onHow to create a Bootable windows XP. To start with, it maybebecauseyou just bought your PC/Laptop off the s... See full article

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Learning to See, Part IX

You don’t take a photograph, you make it. Ansel Adams   In our last entry we learned that placing the subject at one of the four primary points of impact within the scene would greatl... See full article

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The Power of Conflict Imagery Commentary + Appreciation for the 2013 World Press Photo Contest Winners

Paul Hansen of Sweden had his moving photo of a group of men in Gaza City carrying the bodies of two dead children selected as the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year. The photo, taken on November 20, ... See full article

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Color: A Powerful Creative Ally or an Afterthought?

A Guest post by Mitchell Kanashkevich who is the author behind dPS eBook – Captivating Color. Color is one facet of photography which we often tend to overlook and take for granted. It is freque... See full article

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Salmon & Blue Weekend Samplr

When surfing the site this morning, we noticed that one color combination has curiously been recurring this weekend. There are significantly high amounts of salmon mixed with different sha... See full article

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Street Photography with Valerie Jardin (Podcast 364)

This week I’m joined by an incredibly talented street photographer, andfellow TWiP co-host, Valerie Jardin. As I don’t do a lot of street photography myself, we thought it would be good ... See full article

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The Abandoned Boiler Room from the Queen Mary

Abandoned, Grunge HDR Since you got into HDR photography, do you tend to seek out more abandoned, creepy places like this? Daily Photo – The Abandoned Boiler Room from the Queen Mary Here’... See full article

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Enough Awesome Photography Links to Sink a Ship

What a great week for photography, full of great posts, articles and pictures from the community. Join us as Toad Hollow Photography shares this week’s list of tutorials, reviews, special feat... See full article

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Acorn Version 3.5.1 Image Editing Software

Sometimes Photoshop is just too much. Just too much for your image editing skills and sometimes just too much for your needs. And that’s not to forget the demands on your pocket! As the company ... See full article

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How to Fix Timestamp Issues on Multi-Camera Shoots

Introduction This tutorial has been transcribed from the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Workshop on DVD, a 14 hour Lightroom 4 A Z guide with over 130 tutorials for mastering Lightroom from start to finis... See full article

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New York City Bus

Another Favorite Photo from New York City Here’s one of High Line Park that you might enjoy if you’ve never seen it! Daily Photo – New York City Bus Here’s one of the first pla... See full article

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How To Install Windows Movie Maker in 5 Steps

There was a time when Microsoft used Movie Maker as amarketingtool for their Operating System but with the passage of time they decided to knock it off. Windows Movie Makercomes as a stock app... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Rick Berk

You’ve been reading their articles for months or years. Have you ever wondered: “Who are the photographers who write for dPS”?Today meet New York State photographer Rick Berk. 1. H... See full article

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Quickly toggle Ai Servo Focus on the Canon 5D Mark III

Here’s a quick tip for Canon 5D MkIII users. If you don’t use this camera, this tip probably isn’t very helpful for you. Instead you might be interested to read about how I shot the ... See full article

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Morning on the wet decks

Camera Straps – Many Flavors! We recently gave away a bunch of camera straps at the event in Austin. These things are hard to keep in stock. We also sold out of all the t-shirts right away…... See full article

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Delicate: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a new photo and to share it with us on the them of ‘Delicate‘. Feel free to interpret the theme in any way that you wish. You could: photograph a single... See full article

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