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  • Learning Digital Photography May Have More Benefits Than You Think
    published on September 24th, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    Many people struggle with the different elements of learning photography. Mastering the technical aspects of your camera, on top of applying all of the creative and technical concepts, can make it a daunting pursuit for many. Now, with digital photography the norm for most photographers, there is also the added element of learning post-processing if […] The post Learning Digital Photography May Have More Benefits Than You Think by Holly Higbee-Jansen appeared first on Digital Photography ...
  • My Top Recommended Equipment for Night Photography
    published on September 24th, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    Being a Norwegian it’s hard not to be somewhat fascinated with night photography. Our winters are long and dark and when the skies are clear that means great opportunities for night photography. However, it wasn’t until I moved to Spain that I got even more obsessed with photographing the stars and I’ll admit that it’s […] The post My Top Recommended Equipment for Night Photography by Christian Hoiberg appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Take Better Action Photos of Dogs
    published on September 23rd, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    If you enjoy photographing your pets, and dogs, in particular, this article will help you take better action photos of dogs. Learn what camera equipment to use, the best settings, and general tips for success. The Camera Body If you want to take better action photos of dogs, I recommend a camera body with a […] The post How to Take Better Action Photos of Dogs by Dave Spates appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Make a Joiner Collage for a Retro-Style Panorama Image
    published on September 23rd, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    Almost every camera can do a panoramic shot. A lot of apps and software can create a “little planet” image. So how can you capture that beautiful view and still stay creative? Try going vintage! In this article, I’ll show you how to do a patchwork-style collage (called a Joiner Collage) so you can do […] The post How to Make a Joiner Collage for a Retro-Style Panorama Image by Ana Mireles appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Weekly Photography Challenge – Square
    published on September 22nd, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    This week for the photography challenge let’s keep it simple and look for shapes. One in particular – the square. Weekly Photography Challenge – Square Look for square subjects. You can even crop your image into a square and make a composition that is suitable for that format. Shooting for a square is a bit […] The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Square by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Video Tutorial – How to Work a Scene to Find the best Light and Composition
    published on September 22nd, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    In this short video tutorial, photographer Mike Brown takes you on a photo walk looking for images. Watch as he scans the scene and finds the best camera angle, waits for the right light, and frames the shot for the best composition. Go on a photo walk and see how Mike goes about working a […] The post Video Tutorial – How to Work a Scene to Find the best Light and Composition by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Break the Rules with a Central Composition
    published on September 21st, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    When you started your journey to become a photographer, it’s likely you quickly encountered the famous Rule of Thirds. This rule is a fantastic guide for how to achieve a balanced and visually-pleasing composition, which is why most photographers use it – from newspaper editorial images to action shots to portraits. It’s also a very […] The post How to Break the Rules with a Central Composition by Frank Myrland appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • My 5 Favorite Lightroom Sliders
    published on September 21st, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    Lightroom is a mature, fully featured photo-processing app. It has tools bursting out at the seams, from lens corrections to color corrections and even camera styles and mode emulations. That doesn’t stop you from having some favorites though. These are the ones that I seem to use on every photo that I choose to edit. […] The post My 5 Favorite Lightroom Sliders by Sean McCormack appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to be Better Prepared for Your Next Photo Shoot
    published on September 20th, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    Greater success with your event, street, travel or any other genre of photography can depend a lot on how prepared you are before you leave the house and how observant you are at the location you are making pictures. Here are some tips to help you be better prepared for your next photo shoot. I’ve […] The post How to be Better Prepared for Your Next Photo Shoot by Kevin Landwer-Johan appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to do High-Speed Photography – the Fundamentals
    published on September 20th, 2017 at 11:47 PM
    What is high-speed photography? High-speed photography is capturing the moments that happen in a fraction of time which you can’t see with the naked eye, like a bursting balloon or a splash of water. This photography is different from other kinds because it requires almost 1/20,000th of a second exposure time to freeze these moments. […] The post How to do High-Speed Photography – the Fundamentals by Ramakant Sharda appeared first on Digital Photography School.
 

 

 

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