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How to Create a Center of Attention for Better Storytelling Images

2018-01-09T03:00:53+00:00 January 9th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Drawing the viewer’s attention to the main subject in your photographs will help them understand your story more clearly. If you have a busy scene with no clear focus point it will possibly give your viewers an overall idea of what you were photographing, but they may not scrutinize it for long. Adding a clear [...]

5 Ways to Ensure That You Stay Ahead of the Travel Photography “Game”

2018-01-08T03:00:47+00:00 January 8th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

There’s no doubt about it, the business of travel photography has never been tougher. More competition, an oversaturated market, falling license fees and limited client budgets mean that travel photographers have had to work harder and change their business models. Here are five ways to ensure that you stay ahead of the travel photography “game”. [...]

How to Make Storytelling Landscape Photos – 4 Steps

2018-01-07T03:01:19+00:00 January 7th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

When we think of storytelling images, we immediately think of people doing something in a documentary type of photograph. After all, people make the most interesting stories. But landscapes have stories too. As a landscape photographer, you can create a collection of images that tell a story about a place without having people as the [...]

How to Create Realistic Bokeh and Blur Effects using Photoshop

2018-01-07T03:01:17+00:00 January 7th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Perhaps you want to creatively improve your image, already taken with a depth of field and bokeh or create this effect from scratch for a specific composition. In this article, you will learn how to work with new and old filters and their features, creatively apply textures, even create a bokeh texture from scratch. Also, [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Winter

2018-01-06T03:01:10+00:00 January 6th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

If you have already gotten some ideas and tips for how to do winter photography here – then you’re ready to go on this week’s photography challenge. Photo by dPS writer Holly Higbee-Jansen Weekly Photography Challenge – Winter If you need more tips try these dPS articles: 4 Tips for Low Light Photography During the [...]

How to Photograph Crockery and Cutlery

2018-01-05T03:00:37+00:00 January 5th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

In 1928, Andre Kertész took an iconic photo of a fork resting on a bowl. It’s called “La Fourchette”. Despite its simplicity, or maybe because of it, the photo is striking. The separate parts of the composition are banal—a bowl, a fork, and a table—but the photo is a superb study in light and form. [...]