How to Create Simulated Light Leaks Using Lightroom

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Recently, we discussed how easy (and cool) it can be to reproduce the basic looks of vintage film stocks with our digital photographs. Sure, this style is not for everyone, but it’s undeniable that the “film look” has made a resurgence in recent years. There’s an especially organic feel to a photograph that has muted […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Autumn

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

This week’s photography challenge topic is AUTUMN (fall)! Your photos can include anything includes anything that is autumn/fall. It can be motion-blurred, cropped, minimalist, color-based, use nature, objects or anything really! It doesn’t have to have autumn leaves – it could just use autumn colors! They can be color, black and white, moody or bright. You […]

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3 Simple Tips to Help You Master Photography Composition [video]

The post 3 Simple Tips to Help You Master Photography Composition [video] appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk.

In this video, Nigel Danson shares three simple photography tips to help you master photography composition. He uses seascape photography to illustrate his tips. ? Here are the Three simple tips to help you master photography composition that Nigel covers in his video: 1. Tell the story You are trying to portray the story of […]

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Seven Steps for Post-Processing a Pure White Background

The post Seven Steps for Post-Processing a Pure White Background appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan.

Photographs with clean, white backgrounds are extremely popular with Stock agencies Amazon Graphic Designers Magazines and websites Producing pure white backgrounds is imperative. A background that’s not quite white looks terrible on a white page. In this article, I will walk you through one method of post-processing I use to isolate subjects and give them […]

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8 Pieces of Architecture Photography Equipment You Need

The post 8 Pieces of Architecture Photography Equipment You Need appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond.

A great subject for photography is Architecture. Whether you’re a commercial photographer, or you enjoy photographing interesting buildings for fun, this is a great area of photography to explore. In this article, you’ll learn about some of the essential equipment you’ll need. Through using this equipment, you’ll be able to get great results each time […]

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Mastering Color Series – The Psychology and Evolution of the Color RED and it’s use in Photography

The post Mastering Color Series – The Psychology and Evolution of the Color RED and it’s use in Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy.

Photography was invented in 1839 as a black and white medium. Finicky and cumbersome, most proponents of photography were more concerned with perfecting the photographic process without the added complexity of color. Some pioneers endured, creating new methods to convey the colored photographic image. But it was only in the 1930’s, when companies like Kodak […]

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What to Write on Your Photography Website (So That People Will Hire You)

The post What to Write on Your Photography Website (So That People Will Hire You) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Mat Coker.

If you want to sell your prints or get hired as a photographer, you can’t just put your photos on display. You’re going to have to use words too. Many photographers struggle to come up with words about their photography. At one point, that was my biggest challenge to grow as a photographer. I’ll show […]

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The Best Fujifilm X-Series Kits for Travel Photography

The post The Best Fujifilm X-Series Kits for Travel Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Matt Murray.

Travel has always been my first love. In 1994 I bought my first camera – a Pentax Zoom 90 WR point and shoot – because I was going to Europe for a two-year working holiday. The only way to share photos with family back then was to have the film developed and post the prints […]

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How to Use Textures to Create Compelling Photographs

The post How to Use Textures to Create Compelling Photographs appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Glenn Harper.

Adding textures to photos is a fun way of creating new pictures. In some respects, it’s not very different to printing your photos onto textured paper or choosing frames for them (or both), except the images needn’t leave your computer. You can do this with photos you’ve already taken, though often it’s best to create […]

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9 Creative Architecture Photography Techniques for Amazing Photos!

The post 9 Creative Architecture Photography Techniques for Amazing Photos! appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond.

It’s great to get a technically sound photo, and architecture photos demand this. Getting the technical side of your photo correct should be your first priority, but beyond that, it’s worth experimenting. In this article, you’ll learn about some creative photography techniques, and how you can apply these to your architecture photography. Whether you adopt […]

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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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Hands On With Nikon Z

Raccoon photo taken with Nikon Z 7.

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Filters For Fall Color Photos

Filters For Fall Color: ColorCombo Polarizer

When it comes to color and impact, fall is full of opportunity. The season is an amazing time to create mood with color while capturing landscapes as they transform before one’s eyes.

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