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Weekly Photography Challenge – Play with Your Food

2017-11-04T03:00:20+00:00

Your mother may have told  you not to play with your food, but this week you have our permission. Shot I did in New Orleans – very famous coffee and donuts. I recently shared some video tutorials with food photography tips – check those out if you need help. Here are some other dPS articles [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Play with Your Food 2017-11-04T03:00:20+00:00

Video Tips for Better Food Photography

2017-11-04T03:00:19+00:00

Food photography has become more and more popular. In fact, many restaurants complain that their patrons don’t eat the food before it starts to get cold because they’re too busy taking photos of it for Instagram and Facebook. Whatever you’re eating, and wherever you’re sharing your food photos – here are some tips to help [...]

Video Tips for Better Food Photography 2017-11-04T03:00:19+00:00

7 Ideas for Low-Cost Printing and Framing Options for Your Images

2017-11-03T03:00:32+00:00

Photography has changed an awful lot over the last 100 years. Heck, it’s changed immensely over the last 20 years. Who am I kidding? With the rise of the cell phone, digital photography and social media have changed the industry in countless ways. Images matter I would argue that one thing in photography hasn’t changed. [...]

7 Ideas for Low-Cost Printing and Framing Options for Your Images 2017-11-03T03:00:32+00:00

Improve Your Composition by Changing Your Point of View

2017-11-03T03:00:31+00:00

There are many rules, guidelines, suggestions, and ideas around what makes a good photographic composition. Every person has their own particular aesthetic and way of seeing, and it can be difficult to find your way through all the information to a concept that works for you. However, there is one simple tip that may be [...]

Improve Your Composition by Changing Your Point of View 2017-11-03T03:00:31+00:00

How to Show a Sense of Scale in Your Photography

2017-11-02T03:00:30+00:00

Picture this: You’re standing in front of an awe-inspiring natural wonder, a giant mountain or an extraordinary monument. Eagerly, you raise your camera to your eye and *click* you snap a shot. There, on the LCD screen on the back of your camera, you see that all the majesty of the scene has disappeared. A [...]

How to Show a Sense of Scale in Your Photography 2017-11-02T03:00:30+00:00

7 Tips to Get More Creative Photos of Well-Known Landmarks

2017-11-02T03:00:29+00:00

Photographing landmark buildings when you visit a new place, or even places closer to home is a great way to get stand out photos. Often the architectural beauty of the natural or man-made landmark will make the image dramatic, you simply need to compose the photo well. In this article, you’re going to see the [...]

7 Tips to Get More Creative Photos of Well-Known Landmarks 2017-11-02T03:00:29+00:00

How to Make the Most of Your Camera Gear and Skills

2017-11-01T03:00:34+00:00

Several years ago as I was just getting serious about photography, my only pieces of gear were a Nikon D200 and a 50mm lens. I was instantly enamored with the lens and almost overnight I stopped taking photos of my family and friends with a pocket camera. Instead, I preferred to bring my large DSLR [...]

How to Make the Most of Your Camera Gear and Skills 2017-11-01T03:00:34+00:00

How to use Macphun’s Luminar for Beginners

2017-11-01T03:00:33+00:00

If you haven’t used it before, your first question might be what exactly is Luminar? Simply put, it’s photo editing software designed by Macphun (available soon for Windows – download the beta version to try it here). It might differ a little bit from other photo editing software that you’ve used because it is a [...]

How to use Macphun’s Luminar for Beginners 2017-11-01T03:00:33+00:00