4 (Possibly Uncomfortable) Predictions On The Future of Photographic Technology

The past 15 or so years have seen a seismic change not only in photographic technology but technology in general. Back in the late 90s if I had said we would all be taking pictures on high resoluti... See full article

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Melbourne Portrait Workshop: Limited Tickets Now on Sale

Here at dPS we’ve been producing daily tutorials and tips for almost 7 years and in that time we’ve regularly been asked by readers if we’d ever run some live – face to face &#... See full article

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Climbers captured in state of fearlessness

Gravity has nothing on these thrill-seeking athletes, and we’re hooked on exploring their excursions and other precarious moments of climbing captured by you in photos. See more fantastic a... See full article

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Top 10 Windows Movie-Maker Alternatives You Should Try

Windows Movie Maker is an immaculate blend of simplicity, creativity, functionality and the fact that it is free makes it one of the best Movie Makers for novices as well as pre professionals. Simplic... See full article

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Top 15 Bluetooth Mouse Options

Even after the advent of tabs and smartphones with super-sensitivetouch screens, Mouse still remains the most trusted andpreferrednavigation tool to perform both simple gestures as well as compl... See full article

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Making a Photo: Infuse Yourself into your Photos

As a hobbyist, self-taught photographer, I find myself often wondering about the esoteric nature of photography and what it is exactly that separates the average photographer from the professional or ... See full article

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The Skyline of Melbourne from Across the River

iPad Mini (and QatQi) I lost my bigger iPad on a Quantas flight from Melbourne, which was kind of a bummer. So I decided to try the iPad mini. I didn’t think I would like it as much as I do! I w... See full article

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7 Detailed Tutorials that will Improve Your Indoor Portrait Photography Today

Indoor portrait photography can be a bit challenging, especially in regards to lighting choices. When it comes right down to it, lighting in photography is a science. One little tweak in the position ... See full article

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Why Making Mistakes is Good for your Photography

A Guest Contribution by Draycat It is said the longest journey starts with a single step. The unfortunate part of life is that sometimes that step will cause you to fall, or you may even find you are ... See full article

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Is Microsoft Security Essentials Good?

Microsoft Security Essentials is a decent bid from Microsoft to protect your Windows 7 or earlier Versions of Windows. The protection kit is free, fast and does a good job at protecting your PC from... See full article

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How to Write an App for Android

Android market thrived over past couple of years and with every passing day it is getting moreintransigent. One of the reasons for the success of Android OS can be attributed to its flexible open ... See full article

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Edgy Architecture

   If you enjoy these edgy photos of architecture, check out more photos tagged with architecture and edge. Photos from andersdenkend, StuMcP, Luke Stearns, Wampie., and Philipp Klinge... See full article

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Tips for Objective Evaluation of Composition

Composition is one skill within photography that we can probably never master, but just continually develop. The composition we choose when taking a photograph, i.e. where we choose to place the bou... See full article

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The Business of Photography Transitioning to Full Time (Podcast 363)

Today, I’m joined by David duChemin, to discuss the business of photography, particularly with regards to transitioning to full time photographer, and the sort of things that you should think se... See full article

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NPS Australia is Absolutely Awesome

NPS Australia is a model for the other NPS branches Nikon is a confusing company. The way the NPS (Nikon Professional Services) territories have been separated by the Japanese-corporate-groupthink cau... See full article

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Tips for good travel photography

National Geographic photographer, Bob Holmes, offers advice on how to take better travel photographs, actually his advice applies to pretty much all photography. In this interview with Marc Silber he... See full article

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How Using Color Relationships Can Impact Your Photography

Color has such a huge impact on anything and everything. Its everywhere, so we sometimes take it for granted. Some colors are unpleasant to look at, causing us shield our eyes and turn away, but ot... See full article

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Portrait Photography: Secrets of Posing & Lighting [Book Review]

Portrait photography, IMHO, is up there in degrees of difficulty with wildlife and sports/action photography but at least, when faced with a tiger or a pole vaulter, you don’t have to face a... See full article

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How to Photograph Busy Tourist Sites

A Guest Contribution by Kav Dadfar Unfortunately, photographing busy tourist hot spots means encountering many tourists who can, unknowingly, ruin your shot by wandering into your carefully constructe... See full article

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91 Great Photography Links (Grab a Coffee)

An absolutely incredible week in the world of photography has passed us by once again, and Toad Hollow Photography has been very busy searching the internet for the best links to tutorials, reviews, s... See full article

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Forest on the road to Paradise

Comments while on the road This week, I’m at SXSW in Austin, so it’s a bit harder for me to respond to comments on the blog. But, I still read THEM ALL. So, have no fear… when it com... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Alex Smith

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for dPS? Today we meet Alex Smith, another of the newer writers brought on to... See full article

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What to do When theres Nothing to Shoot

A Guest Contribution by Draycat There are always days when you want to take photographs but you feel that there is nothing to shoot. Here are a few ideas for days like that. 1. Go to the Zoo The key h... See full article

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Germanialand

Sie sprechen deutsch? Updated Dutch Tutorial I forgot to mention the Dutch tutorial has been updated… And I think that Japanese and Hebrew are on the way soon too! Links International HDR Tutori... See full article

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Art of Farmland No4, Great Shots Uploaded to the Light Stalking Community and This Weeks Top Posts

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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