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Time to try out your aperture range. Last week you were encouraged to shoot wide opened using a large aperture. Now you need to crank it the opposite direction and get some maximum depth of field in this weekly photography challenge of using a small aperture. Weekly photography challenge First let’s define small aperture. Usually […] The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Using a Small Aperture by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Over the last few weeks on dPS we’ve had some collections of images that demonstrate some of the basic photography principals. Last week it was using a large aperture for shallow depth of field. This time we’re going the other way and looking for images with a lot of depth of field, ones that utilize […] The post 24 Uber Sharp Images with Huge Depth of Field to Focus Your Attention by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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There really aren’t many scenes that can match the sheer awe of a snowcapped mountain in a landscape image; but capturing an image that might do the scene justice isn’t always straightforward. Here are some simple tips to help you next time you are looking to photograph mountains, hills and valleys in your travel photography: […] The post Simple Tips to Improve Your Travel Photography – Photographing Mountains, Hills and Valleys by Kav Dadfar appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Categories: photography tips and tutorials, hills, landscape photography, mountains, travel photography, valleys

So you just installed Lightroom, now what? You could spend some time just playing around and learning through doing, but if you’re looking for a nudge in the right direction here are a few simple concepts that I wish I’d thought about before starting my own Lightroom journey – hopefully it helps you! Five things you […] The post 5 Things You Should Know About Lightroom Before Starting by John Davenport appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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There are few things in photography that people love more than dreamy sunrise shots full of bold oranges, big suns, washing waters, and burnt horizons. The dawn of a new day is a spiritually significant event as our past misdeeds of yesterday are forgotten under the promise of fresh beginnings. Sunrise also affords us some […] The post 7 Uncommon Tips for Winter Sunrise Photos Near Water by Iain Stanley appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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You’ve got your DSLR and you are excited to test it out. You might have gone out for the first few days or perhaps weeks and then all of a sudden the excitement wears out. Why? Because you don’t seem to get what you want out of your mighty DSLR, right? You may have spent […] The post 10 Common Photography Mistakes and How to Overcome Them by Prathap DK appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Categories: photography tips and tutorials, photography tips for beginners

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Today I’m very excited to announce the launch of our first Digital Photography School Course – Photo Nuts and Bolts. The Photo Nuts Journey Early in 2010 dPS launched a brand new eBook – Photo Nuts and Bolts. Written by Neil Creek it was all about understanding your camera so you can get creative control […] The post Get Complete Control Of Your Camera with Our Brand New Course by Darren Rowse appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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There are many sports photographers. We generally hear about those who specialize in a specific genre of sports photography like motorsport, tennis, golf, or surfing. If you are just starting out and want to gain some experience and build a portfolio, what can you do to take better action shots? What separates a true sports […] The post How to Take Better Action Photos by Michael Coppola appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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February 24, 2015 /Photography News/ The 2015 edition of the Sony World Photography Awards today announces the shortlists for its Professional, Open and Youth categories.Recognising and rewarding the world’s best contemporary photography from the last year, the 2015 competition received the highest number of entries in its eight year history – 173,444 images from 171 countries – and a 24% increase on 2014.Speaking about the shortlisted images, Astrid Merget Motsenigos, Creative Director of the...

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Categories: photos, sony world photography awards, winners

Lightroom has the power to completely transform your landscape photograph into something far more powerful, something that hits home with viewers, and something that pops off the screen. By default digital cameras create flatter image files than what you see with your eye. Your eye has the ability to see dimensions like no camera can […] The post Using the Lightroom Adjustment Brush to add Dimension to a Landscape Photo by Scott Wyden Kivowitz appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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February 23, 2015 /Photography News/ Did you ever wonder what different sounds look like? Thanks to the science behind the Schlieren Flow Visualization now you can see and capture the differences in air pressure caused by various forces such as sound or heat.So, how does it work?Here is a graphic that depicts how we are able to photograph movement in the airwaves, thus creating sound waves, by using a a series of objects to reflect and divert the waves for the camera to be able to capture...

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Categories: how to picture sound, schlieren flow visualization

One of my favorite subjects to photograph is wildlife. In the past, great wildlife images were very difficult for me to shoot because my close presence usually meant disturbing the wild creature I had my eye on. I began looking for a longer lens with plenty of reach that wasn’t going to break my piggy bank. So, after much patient […] The post Writer’s Favorite Wildlife Lens – Tamron 150-600mm by Bruce Wunderlich appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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TBM Stock ImageFebruary 20, 2015 /Photography News/ Whether your passion is landscape, portrait, documentary/street or something entirely unique, TeraBella Media (TBM) is interested in displaying your interpretations. TBM is inviting all photographers to send images that best represent their own personal style. The subject matter is open for each photographer. Image files may be in black and white and/or color. Participants may submit up to eight images that are most characteristic of their...

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February 14, 2015 /Photography News/ Here is a collection of photographs from the beginning of the 20th century. Happy Valentine's Day!Zulu couple, 1903. (via Okinawa Soba)Young couple chalking hearts onto a tree. Valentine's Day, 1944. The Galt Museum & ArchivesThe kissYoung couple seated in garden, circa 1900. Phillips Glass Plate Negative Collection, Powerhouse Museum. Gift of the Estate of Raymond W Phillips, 2008.Margaret Ballardini & Fred Watson, Luna Park, St Kilda, Victoria, ca. 1927....

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Categories: 20th century pics, love pictures, vintage photos

February 12, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 158 years ago today, on February 12, 1857, in Libourne near Bordeaux and raised by his uncle, Eugène Atget’s youth was molded by his time as a sailor. Upon his return from the sea, Atget turned to the stage and pursued an acting career. After minor success as an actor, Atget abandoned the stage and at the age of forty took up painting, then quickly turned to his true life’s work as a photographer. For the next thirty years, until just a few short...

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Categories: eugene atget, history of photography, old paris

February 12, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 206 years ago today, on February 12, 1809, Abraham Lincoln lived in the era when photography was introduced to the world and then became a mass communication tool. Lincoln was the first U.S. presidential candidate to tap the new technology frequently and has been called the most photographed man of his day. The 204th anniversary of his birth offers a fitting occasion to enjoy treasured portraits from the Library of Congress collections.  Abraham...

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February 10, 2015 /Photography News/ National Geographic Traveller (UK) has confirmed the finalists of its fourth Photography Competition 2015. The grand-prize winner will be announced at the Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show on 14 February. The six finalists (category winners) are:People: Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi - New Year’s Traditions, taken in Comanesti, RomaniaNew Year’s Traditions, by Alecsandra Raluca DragoiAction: Yanick Targonski - Train from Ella to Kandy, Sri LankaAnimal:...

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February 9, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 150 years ago, on 9 February 1865, Wilson Bentley was one of the first known photographers of snowflakes. He perfected a process of catching flakes on black velvet in such a way that their images could be captured before they either melted or sublimed.Bentley first became fascinated with snow during his childhood on a Vermont farm, and he experimented for years with ways to view individual snowflakes in order to study their crystalline structure. He...

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February 7, 2015 /Photography News/ Send your suggestions for inclusion in our next weekly roundup:Twitter: @PhotoNewsPro Facebook: PhotographyN In a rough part of Mexico City, shooting with cameras instead of guns What makes a photograph worth publishing in an age when images are shared in an instant, around the world?  A new exhibition questions familiar images of suffering around the world to broaden our notions of beauty, brutality and civil rights In an age of increasing social...

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February 2, 2015 /Photography News/ © Conor MacNeillSNAP Photography Festival, the UK's first festival for wedding and lifestyle photographers, has teamed up with a whole load of amazing photographic industry suppliers for its #7daysOfSnap give away.© Kevin Meredith aka Lomo KevPrizes will include album design software, 121 mentoring sessions, lighting workshops with SNAP Partner Olympus, advertising packages, editing software, professional body membership and the star prize of a free ticket...

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We knew it was coming but it wasn’t just the expectation that made the announcement from Flickr such an anti-climax. The declaration that the photo-sharing site will now provide its own way for members to license their images, following the end of its agreement with Getty, was also disappointingly short of details. Flickr’s members can […]

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