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Weekly Photography Challenge: Flowers – with Prizes from ViewBug

May 5th, 2018|

If you didn’t already cover this topic from last week’s photography challenge (spring) now’s the time to get some flowers. Photo by dPS writer Jaymes Dempsey There are many ways to photograph flowers. Here are some ideas: How to do Photography of Frozen Flowers 3 [...]

Three 2-Minute Tips to Get You Thinking

May 5th, 2018|

The folks over at Adorama TV have a series of 2-minute tips by David Bergman which I think is brilliant! You can watch one while you’re standing in line at the grocery store, waiting for your food at a restaurant, or when you only have [...]

Are You Making These Five Food Photography Mistakes?

May 4th, 2018|

There are some common mistakes photographers make when starting to shoot food. Are you guilty of these five food photography mistakes? There is a saying that if you can shoot food, you can shoot anything. Some would disagree with this, as every genre of photography [...]

8 Tips for Photographing Fast Action and Sports

May 3rd, 2018|

In this article, we’ll give you 8 quick tips for photographing fast action and sports. But what if you don’t shoot sports? There is a lot of value in learning how to make images that work across different genres. You might avoid sports or wildlife [...]

Why You and Your Camera Do Not Always See Eye to Eye

May 3rd, 2018|

Your camera captures images with the potential of over 4000 tones between black and white (if captured in grayscale) or 4000 shades of color in RGB. But once the image is captured, the camera’s job is finished. Then the real work begins. The shadows of [...]

Why This Pro is (sort of) Switching from Canon to Sony

May 2nd, 2018|

Throughout the internet, there are quite a few photographers trading in their DSLRs for shiny new mirrorless cameras. I never thought I’d join the crew switching from Canon to Sony, telling myself that it’s not the bells and whistles of brand new cameras that define [...]

4 Tips to Organize Your Photos in Lightroom

May 2nd, 2018|

Lightroom is one of the most widely-used programs for photographers today, with good reason. In addition to extensive editing options in the Develop module, Lightroom also contains a bevy of tools to help you organize your photos as well. It can make the process of [...]

How to Find and Use Natural Reflectors for Portraits

May 1st, 2018|

Natural light is one of the simplest ways to create beautifully lit portraits, without having too much equipment or worrying about setting up extra gear. However, it limits beautiful light to certain hours of the day and for you to work in the shade. This is [...]

Composition Checklist for Beginners

May 1st, 2018|

At a recent meetup with several photographers, during a discussion on composition, one of the beginners commented: “Why isn’t there a composition checklist for all the things we need to think about?” It was a good question and was the inspiration that prompted this article. [...]