Lines: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your photographic challenge is to shoot and share an image or two on the theme of ‘lines’. ‘Lines’ are all around us – they’re in architecture, they’... See full article

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Top 5 Android Music Players for Audiophiles

There are many stock Android apps available on Android OS devices and most of them do justice, but when it comes to music, it never is enough. Even though, almost all Android devices have a built-in M... See full article

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How Do I Update My iPhone?

iOS updates always bring awe to Apple’s loyal customers especially because of bundled performanceandfunctionalityupgrades. While updating via iTunes is conventional and easy way to update ... See full article

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Let Go of Fear and Find Your Art Without Failure, We Dont Know Success

Death Do Us Part from Ian Ruhter : Alchemist on Vimeo. In six short years, my friend Ian Ruhter lost some of the closest people in his life. This video is about finding the strength to move on from th... See full article

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The Weekly Flickr celebrates Women’s History Month

For this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we asked the Flickr community to show us the most important women in their lives. We wanted to hear about your mothers, grandmothers, significant others and best... See full article

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How to be Creative with White Balance

This is the fourth in a series of articles by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding EOS: A Beginner’s Guide to Canon EOS cameras. My approach to photography is to keep things as simple as... See full article

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Flickr at SXSW

We’re happy to announce that this year, we are the official photo sharing app of South by Southwest (SXSW), the festival where tech, music and art meet in lovely Austin, Texas, from March 8 to 1... See full article

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Old Londontown

PhotoWalks! The Austin SXSW PhotoWalk is coming up soon! Check that link for details By the way, remember the great London PhotoWalk? There’s a little recap on that link! Many people took many &... See full article

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5 Ways To Improve Your Photography Without Touching Your Camera

We’ve all been there. You’re clicking through the pages of a website like Light Stalking and you are bombarded with so many beautiful top quality images that you feel like giving up. A wav... See full article

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Chiaroscuro: Emerging from shadows

The Renaissance did us a favor and popularized the dramatic use of bold contrasts commonly seen in stylized paintings from the period, a visual approach which is known in art history as chiaroscu... See full article

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Photoshop Action Hack Un-Airbrushes Womens Bodies

Dove has been running “Real Beauty” ads for more than a decade. Their agency Ogilvy in Toronto cam up with a pretty dope hack/secret weapon to raise awareness with photo re-touchers, art d... See full article

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How to Install Windows 7 Themes

Windows 7 has some basic themes that most of the people rate asvisually impaired and that’s what brings them down to look for a decent theme. Apart fromdownloadingand installing theme pack... See full article

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How to Fix Boot Problem in Windows 7?

A lot of people face the problem of booting into their computer systems. On various occasions, it may so happen that the computer may fail to load properly. There are numerous reasons for this to happ... See full article

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3 Ways To Get Sharper Close-Ups

In close-up photography, one of your biggest goals is to draw attention to your subject–you want to make it really stand out. One way to make your subject stand out is to make it the sharpest pa... See full article

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The Valley of Mount Cook

Aoraki Village This photo below is very close to Aoraki Village. This is a very small place at the end of a dead-end road. This idea of a village at the end of a road that is encompassed by mountains ... See full article

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DEAL: 50% Off The Art of Black and White Photography Online Course

This week’s deal over at our sister site – SnapnDeals – is one that I know will appeal to a lot of dPS readers. It is 50% off The Art of Black and White Photography Online Course at ... See full article

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A Photographers Guide to Finding and Shooting Graffiti (With Some Fantastic Examples)

Graffiti adds a touch of theunconventionalto cityscapes and is undoubtedly a fantastic subject for photography. It’s not normally hard to find graffiti- the best areas are normally a lit... See full article

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Quick Tip: Importing to Lightroom Made Easier

Introduction This tutorial is from the Lightroom 4 Workshop Collection. Including 27 hours of A to Z Lightroom 4 education and the industry standard Lightroom 4 Preset System. DPS users can get 10% of... See full article

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Installing Windows 7 Over Vista

If you wish to keep a significant amount of data intact in your PC andsimultaneouslyenjoy the performance and features of Windows 7 theninstallingWindows 7 Over Vista by a simple upgrade metho... See full article

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Why is My Computer Very Slow and How to Fix it

While working on computer, sometime you feel the computer speed is getting slow. It probably was working fine but since a few days, its getting slow and now it is beyond any hope. Now, you are unab... See full article

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Panoramas via iPhone

It’s addictive: You try it once — access the panorama mode in your iPhone Camera app to start, rotate steadily, stretch until the ding-ding sound signals you’ve finished —... See full article

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Making Sharper Wildlife Photographs [Part 2 of 2]

A contribution by Paul Burwell from Burwell School of Photography In my last article I discussed the sort of equipment the average person might afford and use for wildlife photography. We discussed le... See full article

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Snow Monkeys & Hokkaido with David duChemin (Podcast 362)

I usually record an update after returning from the Snow Monkeys and Hokkaido tour each year, and insert a recording from the bus on the last day of each trip as well as my own reflections on our trip... See full article

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Old Boats in the Afternoon

Lightroom Fun You’ll notice today’s photo has a certain “look” — that comes from one of my favorite presets in Trey’s Lightroom Presets. Thanks again for all the go... See full article

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3 Tips for Creating Strong Images With a Clearly Defined Subject

In most cases, an image will benefit greatly from having a clearly defined subject. The human brain is constantly trying to make sense of the visual information that the eyes supply it and it does s... See full article

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