5 Lightroom Edits That Will Rock Your Outdoor Photography

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5 Lightroom Edits That Will Rock Your Outdoor Photography
No matter if you’re shooting landscapes or portraits, it seems that almost all outdoor photographs suffer from the same disease when they come out of the camera. The most common issues you’ll face almost every time you shoot something outdoors are overly bright skies, foregrounds that are too dark and a general lack of contrast […]
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Do You Love Macro Photography? Here Are 25 Gorgeous Images Of Snowflakes To Inspire You

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Do You Love Macro Photography? Here Are 25 Gorgeous Images Of Snowflakes To Inspire You
Snowflakes are just so wonderful. If you’re a macro photographer who’s into shooting flowers and insects, the winter months probably sound like an offseason for you. However, there’s one amazing thing you can shoot only in the wintertime – snowflakes! Macro photography shows you the world from a completely unique perspective, a world up close – […]
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5 Ways to Spice Up Your Travel Photography

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5 Ways to Spice Up Your Travel Photography
Is there anything better than travel photography? Most of us enjoy travelling and we like to document what we see and experience during these travels. This helps us to look back on these experiences later and enjoy the memories for years to come. Moreover, we do not stop with just taking photos, but we love […]
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Photography Equipment Tips for an Africa Photo Safari

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Photography Equipment Tips for an Africa Photo Safari
The post Photography Equipment Tips for an Africa Photo Safari appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Andrew Sproule. There’s no doubt that booking and planning for an Africa photo safari is an exciting time, especially if it’s your very first venture. As a photo safari tour leader, I’m used to the […]
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7 Top Tips For Running Photography Mini-Sessions

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7 Top Tips For Running Photography Mini-Sessions
The post 7 Top Tips For Running Photography Mini-Sessions appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Lily Sawyer. For many photographers, especially those who photograph families and children, there are certain times of the year which can be great opportunities for photography mini-sessions. If you have done mini-sessions before, you’re probably already […]
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Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography

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Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography
The post Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. Still life and product photography often require that your entire subject be sharp. This can be difficult to achieve in-camera because if you’re shooting up-close, you can’t always get a lot of […]
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Weekly Photography Challenge – Shadows

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Shadows
The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Shadows appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. Your weekly photography challenge – SHADOWS! Still River in black and white by caz-nowaczyk This week, I challenge you to embrace shadows in your photography. Shadows can be used to tell stories, create drama and mood, […]
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Taking a Measured Approach to Learning Photography

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Taking a Measured Approach to Learning Photography
The post Taking a Measured Approach to Learning Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Whether you have just invested in your first camera, or you did so a while back, taking a measured approach to learning to use it will help you improve your photography. © Kevin Landwer-Johan […]
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Smartphone Food Photography For Social Media

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Smartphone Food Photography For Social Media
The post Smartphone Food Photography For Social Media appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. Search Instagram for #foodphotography today and you’ll find almost 30 million posts. Blogs and social media have turned what was once a weird little niche in photography into a worldwide phenomenon. From Baltimore to Beijing, there […]
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Why You Should Have Photography Heroes

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Why You Should Have Photography Heroes
The post Why You Should Have Photography Heroes appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. © Kevin Landwer-Johan Daily bombardment by images can leave us desensitized to truly inspiring art and cause creative catharsis. Pictures crowd our lives more than ever before. They are on the internet, social media, tv, […]
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On Attitudes, Arrogance, and Choice in Photography

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On Attitudes, Arrogance, and Choice in Photography
Whenever PetaPixel has published an article about chemical photography in recent months, it has been met with a plethora of malicious, if not even downright hateful, comments. They’re left by photographers who claim that only they may decide on how other photographers, their colleagues, or even hobbyists who simply enjoy photography for what it is […]
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Behind the Scenes of a Year’s Worth of Street Photography

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Behind the Scenes of a Year’s Worth of Street Photography
I’ve been using some version of “street” photography as practice and exercise for all areas of my photography since I started taking it seriously in 2015, but I’ve never been as focused and regimented about honing my approach to street photography every day as I have been since the start of 2018, when I decided to […]
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6 Simple Tips for Getting Started in Sports Photography

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6 Simple Tips for Getting Started in Sports Photography
Sports photography is both challenging and rewarding. It requires practice, the right equipment, and a dash of luck. There wasn’t a lot of literature available on the discipline when I was starting out, so I resorted to learning from the professionals at work around me (I was an athlete), adopted techniques from other photography disciplines […]
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A Guide To Surf Photography: Tips and Techniques

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A Guide To Surf Photography: Tips and Techniques
It always takes time to really master any craft that you choose, and the same rings true for surf photography. I have spent countless hours in and out of the water over the years with the aim to improve my surfing pictures each time I enter the water. I find that no matter how much […]
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