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Week Photography Challenge – Antiques

2018-03-10T03:04:31+00:00 March 10th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

This week it’s time to dig out all your old stuff, or get out and look for some antiques. Things that are aged and beautiful – look for old buildings, your old shoes, rotting wood of an old window, antique cars, clocks, books, etc., yes even people. Remember these old things have great value, especially our [...]

Contest – Win One of THREE Online Professional Photography Courses from the New York Institute of Photography

2018-03-10T03:04:29+00:00 March 10th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Over the last few years here at dPS, we’ve run some incredibly popular competitions with one of our partners – the New York Institute of Photography – to give away some of their great online photography courses to lucky dPS readers. Photo by Finnur Tomason, NYIP Graduate. Due to popular demand – we’re doing it [...]

Things People Say to Photographers – What Have You Heard?

2018-03-10T03:04:28+00:00 March 10th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

If you’re in the photography business you’ve likely heard some pretty outrageous comments made by clients. In these three videos let’s have a humorous look at things clients say to photographers. Remember this is all in fun, and we, as photographers, value our loyal clients fiercely. Right?! Things Clients Say I this first video by [...]

How to Create a Mini Photographic Typology

2018-03-09T03:04:19+00:00 March 9th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Photographic typologies are a unique and interesting form of photography. Have you ever made a collection of something? Stamps, buttons, figurines? If so, then you’ve made a typology, without even knowing it! Here’s how to translate your collecting skills into creating a mini photographic typology. It’s a fascinating way of comparing and contrasting almost anything [...]

The Introverts Guide to Photographing People

2018-03-08T03:04:36+00:00 March 8th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Being an introverted photographer is a challenge, especially if you actually enjoy photographing people. As introverts, we tend to be happiest on our own, with family or with close friends. We avoid large groups and people that we don’t know well. We’re likely the last to speak up in a group setting. Unfortunately, not “getting [...]

7 Tips to Help You Capture the Perfect Landscape Photo

2018-03-08T03:04:35+00:00 March 8th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Landscape photography is one of the most popular genres of photography and it’s easy to understand why. After all, every single person at some point in their life has probably looked at a landscape photograph of an epic scene with dramatic clouds and beautiful light and just thought, “Wow!” But as easy as it may [...]

Working with Different Focal Lengths for Macro Photography

2018-03-07T03:04:24+00:00 March 7th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

At some point in your photography journey you may be fascinated by pictures capturing living creatures in great detail, flowers close-up, and in general intimate vistas, which may go unnoticed in our daily viewing habits. Such shots are commonly described as macro photography. The purpose of this article is to provide you with theoretical and [...]