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Video Tutorials and Tips for Shooting Blue Hour

2017-11-18T03:00:52+00:00

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 [...]

Video Tutorials and Tips for Shooting Blue Hour 2017-11-18T03:00:52+00:00

Weekly Photography Challenge – Blue Hour

2017-11-18T03:00:52+00:00

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 [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Blue Hour 2017-11-18T03:00:52+00:00

How to Shoot High-Traffic Locations Creatively

2017-11-17T03:00:44+00:00

The experience of the hustle and bustle that comes from shooting in high-traffic, highly photographed areas is a pain that most photographers know all too well. People can be packed into overlooks and pull-offs with hardly even room to stand let alone set up a tripod. It seems as if everyone is trying to get [...]

How to Shoot High-Traffic Locations Creatively 2017-11-17T03:00:44+00:00

ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate: Efficient RAW Workflow for Professionals

2017-11-17T03:00:42+00:00

A good workflow is such a powerful, time-saving and inspiring thing. There is even a certain romance to it – a routine of steps melting into the background that lead to a finished photograph. This creates a result to be proud of, one to inspire you to go out and photograph more, be it a [...]

ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate: Efficient RAW Workflow for Professionals 2017-11-17T03:00:42+00:00

How to Stylize Your Images Using Complementary Colors in Lightroom

2017-11-17T03:00:41+00:00

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you a process that uses complementary colors to stylize your images and create a consistent theme in your collections. I recently embarked on an 1,800-mile road trip through the dusty outback of Western Australia. After two days on the road, I arrived at Karijini – a national park [...]

How to Stylize Your Images Using Complementary Colors in Lightroom 2017-11-17T03:00:41+00:00

How to Shoot in Manual Mode Cheat Sheet for Beginners

2017-11-16T03:00:36+00:00

The “Manual Photography Cheat Sheet-Reloaded” by The London School of Photography is a clean-cut, visual way of showing you how to step-up your photography game from automatic to manual shooting. Not only does shooting in Manual Mode enable you to produce sharp well-composed imagery – but you’ll also gain a stronger understanding of the inner [...]

How to Shoot in Manual Mode Cheat Sheet for Beginners 2017-11-16T03:00:36+00:00

3 Simple Photography Tips for Parents – How to Take Better Pictures of Your Kids

2017-11-16T03:00:35+00:00

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive as a writer here at Digital Photography School is, “How do I take better pictures of my kids?”. There’s just something about becoming a parent that helps you understand exactly how fleeting childhood is, as well as how important it is to capture it. Whether you’re [...]

3 Simple Photography Tips for Parents – How to Take Better Pictures of Your Kids 2017-11-16T03:00:35+00:00

Field Test and Thoughts: Tamron 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 Lens

2017-11-15T03:00:28+00:00

Ask any experienced photographer what his or her all around go-to lens is, and odds are high that the response will be the 24-70mm f/2.8. Not only does it cover a useful range, but the fast aperture makes it ideal for shooting in low lighting conditions when you don’t have a prime lens handy. The [...]

Field Test and Thoughts: Tamron 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 Lens 2017-11-15T03:00:28+00:00