Tips for Styling and Photographing Interiors

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On Instagram, I run a page called Layered.Home that’s focused on interiors: design, styling, home improvements and lifestyle in an interiors setting. Here, I work with brands on their brand awareness campaigns and product placements. All these involve styling and photographing products and spaces, sometimes with a specific brief to adhere to and at other times […]

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Are Early 2000s Digital Cameras Secondhand Bargains?

The post Are Early 2000s Digital Cameras Secondhand Bargains? appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Glenn Harper.

Today, digital photography is ubiquitous, but there is still a demand among enthusiasts for classic film cameras. By all accounts, the analog medium has made a comeback over the last 2-3 years. What you don’t often hear of is people hankering for older digital cameras, even for the sake of nostalgia. Technology has moved on, […]

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7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level

The post 7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Do you want to improve your nature photography skills? Do you want to take stunning nature photos, consistently? Don’t worry. In this article, you’ll discover 7 photography exercises all designed to get you capturing unbelievable nature images. (Plus, the exercises are a lot of fun!) So, if you want to improve your nature photography… …keep […]

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How to Achieve an Airy, Light and Bright Look in Photography

The post How to Achieve an Airy, Light and Bright Look in Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Karthika Gupta.

The beauty of photography is that there really is no right or wrong way to take pictures (excluding any technical camera issues). It is such a subjective medium – what someone may consider a bad photograph, others might consider artistic. There are many different styles of photography. Dark and moody versus light and bright, or […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Funny

The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Funny appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk.

This week’s photography challenge topic is FUNNY! Go out and photograph your pets doing something funny, kids laughing or doing something funny, laughter in general, or anything that is funny or quirky at all (as long as it isn’t distasteful). As usual, they can be color, black and white, moody or bright. You get the […]

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7 Ideas for Creative Lens Ball Photography [video]

The post 7 Ideas for Creative Lens Ball Photography [video] appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk.

In this video by our friends over at Cooph, you’ll learn 7 great ideas for creative lens ball photography to have fun with. The 7 ideas for creative lens ball photography include: 1. Typography Type some text and print it out (or find some text you already have) and photograph the lens ball on top. […]

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Mirrorless Users Will Switch Back to DSLRs, Ricoh Executive Claims

The post Mirrorless Users Will Switch Back to DSLRs, Ricoh Executive Claims appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Imaging Resource recently released an interview with a group of executives from Ricoh, the company that produces Pentax cameras. When discussion turned to mirrorless cameras versus DSLRs – and decreasing DSLR sales – things got especially interesting. Said Hiroki Sugahara, General Manager of the Marketing Communication Department: Currently, mirrorless is a newcomer, so of course […]

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Don’t Create Detail, Just Reveal It – How to Reveal the Hidden Details in Your Photos

The post Don’t Create Detail, Just Reveal It – How to Reveal the Hidden Details in Your Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Herb Paynter.

Have you noticed how many individual tools are available in your favorite editing software for changing the values of pixels? The array is dazzling, and most of this editing involves “localized” procedures (dodging, burning, painting, cloning, masking, etc.) affecting specific areas. But here’s something to consider. Unless the image you are working on is either […]

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Understanding Broad and Short Lighting in Photography

The post Understanding Broad and Short Lighting in Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by John McIntire.

There are a lot of lighting patterns for you to use in your portrait photography. Some of these are covered quite well. Rembrandt and butterfly lighting are two that are both easy to set up and yield great results a lot of the time. Of course, you can use just one lighting pattern all of […]

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How to Build a Bench Prop for Great Portrait Photos

The post How to Build a Bench Prop for Great Portrait Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth.

When I got started with family and child photography, I thought I had all my bases covered. Between my cameras, lenses, locations, and shot lists, I figured I was all set to create some amazing portraits that families would treasure for generations. Then I ran head-first into a practical problem for which I didn’t really […]

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Tamrac Pasadena: An “Everyday” Photo Backpack With Retro Style

Front view of the Tamrac Pasadena

The Tamrac Pasadena photo backpack is part of the company's "Traditions" line that features vintage styling with modern organization.

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Olympus OM-D E-M1X: Ready For Anything

Photo from Myanmar taken with the E-M1X

No matter the destination or conditions, the next-generation technology of the Olympus OM-D E-M1X and M.Zuiko PRO lenses ensure Jay Dickman will get the shot.

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SpyderX Review: Fast And Easy Display Calibration

Close up of the SpyderX colorimeter

If calibrating your display for photo processing sounds expensive or intimidating, Datacolor's SpyderX makes the process easy, fast and affordable.

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Gear Up For Winter Photography

Clothing and accessories to keep you comfortable and focused on making great images.

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Stories In Motion: Sony RX10 IV

Sony RX10 IV

The Sony RX10 IV’s premium 25x zoom lens and pro-quality 4K video capture make this camera a “secret weapon” for on-location stills and movies.

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Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD

Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD

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iPhone XS Max For Nature Photography

iPhone XS Max for nature photography, photo of Yosemite Valley

Just how good is the camera in the iPhone XS Max for nature photography?

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Field Testing The Canon EOS R

California quail photographed by George Lepp with the Canon EOS R

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Wide-Angle Versatility

Get the creative flexibility to take your travel photography and video to the next level with the compact and lightweight Tamron 17-35mm F/2.8-4 Di OSD wide-angle zoom.

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Focus On The Details: Sony RX10 IV

Complementing its incredible 25x zoom range, the Sony RX10 IV’s advanced autofocus system delivers unrivaled precision and speed.

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