Alternative Automotive Photography: Capturing the Details

The post Alternative Automotive Photography: Capturing the Details appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Charlie Moss.

Cars and photography often seem to go hand in hand. Whether you’re a car owner with a camera or a photographer with a passion for the classics, the perfect automotive photo can often seem just out of reach. Automotive photography can be both tricky and expensive. To get catalog-ready images of cars, the top commercial […]

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Kinetic Light Painting vs Light Painting

The post Kinetic Light Painting vs Light Painting appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond.

One of the most exciting techniques in photography is light painting. This is an area of photography that can be carried out in several ways. In this article, you’ll learn about both kinetic light painting and regular light painting, what the difference is, and the different techniques employed by these styles. So engage the hyperdrive […]

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5 Photos to Take with Auto Mode

The post 5 Photos to Take with Auto Mode appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Mat Coker.

Were you disappointed when you bought a fancy camera and it didn’t take good pictures for you? It happens to a lot of people. But even when you know nothing about how your camera works, it’s possible to take a good photo on Auto Mode. Auto Mode isn’t the place to stay, so once you […]

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Peak Design Travel Tripod Review

The post Peak Design Travel Tripod Review appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth.

Ever since Peak Design launched their Capture Clip in 2011, they have carved out a unique and important niche for themselves in modern photography. From their systems for securing your gear to their line of bags to store it all, Peak Design has everything a photographer on-the-go could want. However, the one thing missing from […]

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21 Tips for Doing Stock Photography

The post 21 Tips for Doing Stock Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan.

Being a stock photographer is a bit like being in a band. Not many make it to rock star status, but they love what they do and enjoy earning some extra cash on the side. Producing photos to sell through stock photo agencies can bring more purpose to your photography. It can help you focus […]

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How to Make Three Instagram-Inspired Filter Effects in Photoshop

The post How to Make Three Instagram-Inspired Filter Effects in Photoshop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy.

Instagram has taken the world by storm. The image-based social media platform allows users to post images and videos, and receive feedback from others across the globe. Instagram also offers a large number of filters, giving users the option to customize their media before uploading to Instagram. However, there are downsides to leaning on Instagram […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Fireworks

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

This week’s photography challenge topic is FIREWORKS! Well, the 4th of July has just passed by and I’m sure there were plenty of fireworks going off in cities near you. Hopefully, you got out there with your camera and snapped some shots of the display. Share them with us! We’d love to see them.   […]

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Photo “Stolen” From Art Gallery, Used on Magazine Cover Without Permission

The post Photo “Stolen” From Art Gallery, Used on Magazine Cover Without Permission appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Last week, The Big Issue published an interview with renowned filmmaker David Lynch. And the magazine put a headshot of David Lynch on the cover. All of this would have been fine… …except that the headshot of David Lynch wasn’t actually a headshot at all. Instead, it was a photo of a framed David Lynch photo. The […]

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2 Methods for Creating Duotones in Photoshop

The post 2 Methods for Creating Duotones in Photoshop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Glenn Harper.

This article looks at two methods for creating duotones in Photoshop. But first, what is a duotone? Think of a duotone and you’ll imagine an image composed of two distinct hues. Easy so far. But a typical printing-press duotone uses black ink and another color, the net result being a photo that is monochrome by […]

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Quick and Easy Poses for any Couple During a Photoshoot

The post Quick and Easy Poses for any Couple During a Photoshoot appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jackie Lamas.

Engagement sessions can feel intimidating and you might feel like your poses or photos are starting to look all the same. Or perhaps you’re having trouble getting a start at sessions? If that is the case, these poses will help you at your next engagement session and they work for all couples! T-Bone Pose This […]

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Best Cameras For Wildlife Photography

To capture the decisive moment in animal activity and behavior, choose a camera with the AF performance, speed and image quality that are up to the task.

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Adventure-Ready Storage & Backup

Award-winning surf filmmaker Aaron Lieber offers insights for on-location workflow to ensure your images return safely home with you.

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Ultra-Compact Super Telephoto

Image of eagles taken with the NIKKOR 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR

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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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