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Video Tutorials – Tips for Better Street Photography

2017-11-11T03:00:29+00:00

Street photography is a great way to get out taking pictures, even in your own city. There is always something interesting you can find doing this kind of photography. Here are some videos to help you out with your street photography and taking better photos. Street Photography for Beginners In this video, Josh Katz gives [...]

Video Tutorials – Tips for Better Street Photography 2017-11-11T03:00:29+00:00

Tips for Shooting Cityscapes Through a Window at Blue Hour

2017-11-10T03:00:43+00:00

Shooting cityscape photos from inside a building (such as an observation deck of a tower, hotel room, etc.) pose a different set of challenges that you won’t experience shooting outdoors. Here are a few easy-to-follow tips for shooting the city at blue hour, with a focus on how to eliminate unwanted reflections from the glass. [...]

Tips for Shooting Cityscapes Through a Window at Blue Hour 2017-11-10T03:00:43+00:00

New Lightroom CC or Lightroom Classic: Which Version is Right for You?

2017-11-10T03:00:42+00:00

You may have heard that Adobe recently unveiled some pretty significant changes to Lightroom. When you consider using Lightroom, you will now have two different versions to choose from; both are aimed at different audiences. In this article we will take a look at both the new Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic, so you can [...]

New Lightroom CC or Lightroom Classic: Which Version is Right for You? 2017-11-10T03:00:42+00:00

How to Capture the True Nature of Indigenous Cultures with Sensitivity

2017-11-09T03:00:23+00:00

This article is definitely going to be a switch from my normal contributions here on dPS, but it’s a topic that is quickly becoming relevant in today’s society. As more people travel and snap photos, it’s becoming increasingly popular to shoot photos of various indigenous cultures. Indeed many different indigenous groups offer travel packages where [...]

How to Capture the True Nature of Indigenous Cultures with Sensitivity 2017-11-09T03:00:23+00:00

3 Tips for Experimenting with Shutter Speed Creatively

2017-11-09T03:00:22+00:00

So what exactly is shutter speed? In its simplest form, shutter speed refers to the length of time that your camera sensor is exposed to light (the shutter stays open) while taking a photo. A faster shutter speed thus lets in less light and a slower shutter speed lets in more light. You may already [...]

3 Tips for Experimenting with Shutter Speed Creatively 2017-11-09T03:00:22+00:00

Why Every Photographer Needs a 70-200mm Lens

2017-11-08T03:00:49+00:00

As photographers, some pieces of advice are universal; the same can also be said for some camera gear. The 70-200mm lens is a staple for a reason, found in pretty much every pro’s camera bag around the world, they are trusted on location from portrait studios to the heart of the Amazon. So here is [...]

Why Every Photographer Needs a 70-200mm Lens 2017-11-08T03:00:49+00:00

The Ultimate Guide to Nature and Outdoor Photography

2017-11-08T03:00:48+00:00

Introduction High on a ridge in the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska, I had an epiphany. It had to do with photography, sort of. Really, it had to do with the world in which we live. You see, I was climbing this steep slope on a little-forgotten drainage in the western portion Gates of the [...]

The Ultimate Guide to Nature and Outdoor Photography 2017-11-08T03:00:48+00:00

How to use Filter Masks in Luminar for Powerful Local Adjustments

2017-11-08T03:00:46+00:00

Luminar is a powerful, full-featured photo editor, with a massive array of features and editing tools. A great deal of its workflow is built around the fairly simple concept of applying filters. It’s much like the way you might edit a photo in Instagram or other similar programs – but you get much more power [...]

How to use Filter Masks in Luminar for Powerful Local Adjustments 2017-11-08T03:00:46+00:00