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  • Review of the Tamron 18-400mm F/3.5-6.3 DI-II VC HLD Zoom Lens
    published on November 21st, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Tamron has been specializing in super-zoom lenses for the last few years. You may be familiar with their 16-300mm, 18-270mm or 150-600mm lenses. Their newest super-zoom is an even more astonishing focal length, the Tamron 18-400mm. I recently had a chance to review this lens for a few weeks so I thought I’d give you […] The post Review of the Tamron 18-400mm F/3.5-6.3 DI-II VC HLD Zoom Lens by Lara Joy Brynildssen appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Process Real Estate or Architectural Photos with Aurora HDR 2018
    published on November 21st, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    If you’ve ever tried your hand at real estate or architecture photography, you know that these are two of the most complicated forms of photography out there. The challenge is due mostly to having to balance out shadows created by harsh or uneven lighting. Thus, it’s no wonder that High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is […] The post How to Process Real Estate or Architectural Photos with Aurora HDR 2018 by Suzi Pratt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Are Photographers Artists? Let’s Discuss
    published on November 20th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    I took this image while on a trip out west to the Grand Teton Mountains and Yellowstone National Park with my family and about 50 other people. We were driving towards our next lodge, past the mountains and the Snake River where we would be rafting the next morning when I became rather fascinated with […] The post Are Photographers Artists? Let’s Discuss by Cody Schultz appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Tips for Aerial Photography from Small Planes and Drones
    published on November 20th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    At its heart, good photography is about showing people views of the world they would not otherwise see. That might be; places your viewers have not visited, impossible ways of seeing to the human eye such as long exposures and night photography, but most often this novelty comes in the form of a different perspective. […] The post Tips for Aerial Photography from Small Planes and Drones by David Shaw appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Use Framing in an Urban Environment
    published on November 19th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Photographers have long developed different classifications to pair with the design and execution of a photograph – lines, shape, texture, light, framing, contrast, just to name a few. For example, leading lines appeal to a viewer’s natural tenancy to trace line into a photograph. Sharp lines are used to grab attention and organic lines create […] The post How to Use Framing in an Urban Environment by Megan Kennedy appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Full Frame or APS-C for Wildlife Photography – Which is Best?
    published on November 19th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Choosing between a full frame or cropped sensor camera for wildlife photography can be a tough decision. Both options offer their own benefits, so choosing between the two can cause quite the headache. Lots of photographers have their opinions, but choosing what’s right for your own use will largely come down to your personal style […] The post Full Frame or APS-C for Wildlife Photography – Which is Best? by Tom Mason appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Shoot Engaging Travel Portraits from Start to Finish
    published on November 18th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    I love travel portraits. Not only do they test your photography skills but also challenge you to interact with people in unfamiliar environments. The end result directly reflects your subject’s personality along with your ability to make them feel at ease, read the light, select optimal settings, and compose a great shot. Every photographer has […] The post How to Shoot Engaging Travel Portraits from Start to Finish by Ben McKechnie appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Understand Pixels, Resolution, and Resize Your in Photoshop Correctly
    published on November 18th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Size, resolution, and formats… What do pixels have to do with it? Do you buy your camera based on its number of megapixels? Are you having problems sharing your photos online? Does your print look low quality even if it looks great on the screen? There seems to be a lot of confusion between pixels […] The post How to Understand Pixels, Resolution, and Resize Your in Photoshop Correctly by Ana Mireles appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Weekly Photography Challenge – Blue Hour
    published on November 17th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Blue hour is the time of day after sunset (and just before sunrise) when the sky still has some color it and it’s not pure black. This is the number one tip for shooting night photography – don’t shoot at night! If you want a dark, deep blue sky – shoot at blue hour. This […] The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Blue Hour by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Video Tutorials and Tips for Shooting Blue Hour
    published on November 17th, 2017 at 11:00 AM
    Blue hour is a fantastic time to get out and do some night photography. Yes, you read that right – night photography is best done before it’s actually night time. To help you out with blue hour photography here are three videos with examples and tips. How to shoot at blue hour with filters Ray […] The post Video Tutorials and Tips for Shooting Blue Hour by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
 

 

 

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