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Outdoor photographers are repeatedly taught to plan their scenic photography excursions early in the morning or late in the day. These magic hours we’re told, is the only light worth shooting in. Yet, what about those situations when being on location at sunrise or sunset isn’t possible? You can pack up your bags and go […] The post 5 Ways to Create Dramatic Landscape Photos at Midday by Chris Corradino appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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There’s nothing quite like the rush of finding a nook, a cranny, a wall, a corner, or a building that looks amazing in photos but has not been fully discovered by others just yet. Ask any photographer about unique locations, and most likely they will cringe a bit at the thought of giving up their […] The post 6 Tips to Find Undiscovered Photography Locations in Your City by Natalia Robert appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Deal #2 in our massive Mid Year Sale has just gone live – and it’s a goodie! Today only you get 60% off Photography Concentrate’s Incredibly Important Composition Skills. For the next 24 hours and only $19.98 (an exclusive dPS price), you’ll get: A comprehensive 225-page ebook — filled with everything you need to know […] The post Become a Composition Master with This Great Guide: 60% Off Today Only by Darren Rowse appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Packed with people, bright lights and fast-moving rides, fairgrounds can provide photographers with loads of opportunities to take some colourful and creative images. So, why not grab your camera, head to your nearest fair and try out some of the following ideas for yourself. When to visit Fairgrounds can be fun to take pictures of, […] The post How to Take Great Photographs at the Fairground by Richard Beech appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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As a beginner photographer, I was swaying around too much at times not knowing what was good and what was not. It took me several years, and countless hours, to really understand the right path and to focus my energy on the right techniques. If this sounds familiar to you, then here are seven incredible […] The post 7 Incredible Tips for Beginner Photographers by Prathap DK appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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For some of us it’s summer time,  for most of us it’s the middle of the year, for all of us it’s time for a huge dPS sale! If you’ve been a Digital Photography School reader for a while, you probably already know about our huge end of year sale (prepareations are already under way for this […] The post dPS Mid Year Sale – 7 Hot Deals In 7 Days by Darren Rowse appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Food photography may be more popular now than ever before. The blogosphere is exploding with pictures of food, and social media sites like Pinterest and Instagram are flooding you with never-ending streams of food photos 24/7. Creating food images that stand out in this massive sea of content is a difficult task. Here are five […] The post 5 Tips That Will Make Your Food Photos Stand out from the Crowd by Nicole Branan appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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One of the primary reasons I built my mirrorless kit with Olympus gear, was their wide array of high quality lenses. From fast primes to convenient zooms, they have all of the important focal lengths covered. It wasn’t until I picked up the Olympus Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 however that I really experienced the true potential […] The post Writer’s Favorite Lens: Olympus Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 by Chris Corradino appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Reminder: now until July 7th (AUS EST) the Landscapes, Cityscapes & Photography Tricks eBook is on 50% off at Snapndeals. When we talk about cityscape photography, one of the most basic and trademark shots is the full skyline; the artificial horizon, made of buildings and towers jutting up and down into the sky above. Skylines […] The post 7 Tips for Better Skyline Photography by Richard Schneider appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Watermarks, love them or hate them, are a way of protecting your images. Although, just because you have one on your image doesn’t mean it won’t be stolen. If you are like me, I do it as a deterrent. There are many ways to watermark your images. In this article I’m going to show you how to […] The post How to Watermark Your Images Using Lightroom and Photoshop CC by Leanne Cole appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Film, images & historical interpretation in the 20th century for those who have a general interest in history that draws on photojournalism as primary evidence, and films based on historical events.June 23, 2015 /Photography News/ This short history course is an introduction to use of images and other media as historical evidence in the twentieth century, issues of authenticity and manipulation, and the place of film and historical adoptions as public history.Course at a GlanceJune 22, 2015 -...

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Photo Credit: TBMJune 16, 2015 /Photography News/ Reflections are defining. They are capable of revealing so much about ourselves, an event or a moment in time. The likenesses that are mirrored sometimes reflect the true reality in this world. A reflection can also play a trick on the eyes and not necessarily reveal everything in plain view. At other times they are nothing more than pure illusions. TeraBella Media is seeking your most interesting images that reveal this “mirror...

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June 12, 2015 /Photography News/ 162 years ago today, on 12 June 1853, John Wesley Hillman was reportedly the first European American to see what he named "Deep Blue Lake" in Oregon. The lake was renamed at least three times, as Blue Lake, Lake Majesty, and finally Crater Lake.“Crater Lake National Park may be reached from Medford, Oregon, on the Southern Pacific Railway, and on the Pacific Highway about 36 miles from the southern boundary of Oregon, or from Kirk, on the new Southern...

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June 11, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 200 years ago, on 11 June 1815, Julia Margaret Cameron was a British photographer best known for her portraits of celebrities of the time, and for her photographs with Arthurian and other legendary themes.Study of Beatrice Cenci. Model is May Prinsep. 1866. Albumen print, 335 x 267mm (13 1/4 x 10 1/2"). Scanned from Colin Ford's Julia Margaret Cameron: 19th Century Photographer of Genius. Originally from National Museum of Photography, Film & Television,...

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June 10, 2015 /Photography News/ Today, June 10, Portuguese all over the world celebrate Portugal Day (officially Dia de Camões, de Portugal e das Comunidades Portuguesas --"Day of Camões, Portugal, and the Portuguese Communities"), which marks the date of Luis de Camoes’ death in June 10, 1580. Camoes wrote the Os Lusiadas, Portugal’s national epic poem celebrating Portuguese history and achievements.Here is a set of photographs realized by Horácio Novais Studio (1930-1988) to celebrate...

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June 9, 2015 /Photography News/ With FIAP and PSA patronage. Host country: Dominica, West Indies.Promoting The Beauty of Our World and Positive Changes.2015 Themes: COLOUR open - MONOCHROME open - special theme: PURITYWin FIAP, PSA, Ozone Zone Medals, Awards, special medals for best Caribbean photographers, photo-editing software PhotoDirector Ultra  (thanks to sponsor Cyberlink), and get deserved recognition. You may also win significant CASH awards. Open to all photographers. Professionally...

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June 9, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 172 years ago today, on 9 June 1843, William Pywell was a 19th Century American photographer. He first worked for Mathew Brady (one of the most celebrated 19th century American photographers) and Alexander Gardner (best known for his photographs of President Abraham Lincoln).A photo of William Pywell taken by Alexander Gardner in 1867 (cropped). Source: US Library of CongressOn the outbreak of the American Civil War there was a dramatic increase in work...

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June 5, 2015 /Photography News/ Hasselblad is set to launch a new 'ultimate image quality' A5D System aerial camera range with no internal moving parts. The innovative A5D cameras will offer global customers in the mapping, surveying and systems integration sectors latest Hasselblad capture technology and unparalleled lens options.The series takes off with three sensor options: a CCD-based A5D-40 and A5D-60 and a CMOS- based A5D-50c - and the company has plans for more to follow.Perry Oosting,...

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May 29, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 133 years ago today, on 29 May 1882, in New York, Doris Ulmann was was an American photographer best known for her dignified portraits of the people of Appalachia, particularly craftsmen and musicians such as Jean Ritchie's family.Southern mountaineer, circa 1928, Doris Ulmann, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Warren and Margot Coville collectionUlmann began her photography career in 1918, as a portraitist. Trained as a pictorialist by...

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"Photography is a strange phenomenon... You trust your eye and cannot help but bare your soul." (Inge Morath)Inge Morath Self Portrait, Jerusalem, 1958May 27, 2015 /Photography News/ Born 92 years ago today, on 27 May 1923, Ingeborg Morath was a photographer associated with Magnum Photos for nearly fifty years. After studying languages in Berlin, she became a translator, then a journalist and the Austrian editor for Heute, an Information Service Branch publication based in Munich.In 1949,...

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 The Pentax K-3 II features built-in GPS, improved image stabilization and the ability to freeze stars in the sky during long exposures.

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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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