11 Ways to Overcome Creative Blocks as a Photographer

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Creative blocks can happen to everyone, including us photographers. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to combat that dreaded phenomenon. So here are 11 ways to overcome creative blocks as a photographer! What is a creative block? The term creative block describes a condition that ranges from having difficulty coming up with new ideas to being […]

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The Best Black Friday Deals for Photographers in 2020

The post The Best Black Friday Deals for Photographers in 2020 appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

If you’re looking for the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for photographers, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a huge collection of discounts, including incredible savings on cameras, lenses, photography courses, photo editing software, and more. We’ve even added a few coupon codes, so our readers can have access […]

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Lightroom Color Grading: An Easy Way to Supercharge Your Photos

The post Lightroom Color Grading: An Easy Way to Supercharge Your Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth.

The October 2020 update to Lightroom Classic introduced a feature called Color Grading, which puts an advanced color-correction tool in the hands of everyone who uses Lightroom. For newcomers who have never tried this technique, it can feel a bit overwhelming. But with a bit of practice, you’ll get the hang of Lightroom color grading […]

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How to Shoot in Low Light – 9 Commonly Asked Questions

The post How to Shoot in Low Light – 9 Commonly Asked Questions appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Bruce Wunderlich.

According to British photojournalist Donald McCullin, “There is no such thing as bad light, just misunderstood light.” Yet many photographers still consider low light to be bad light. The purpose of this article is to encourage you to not consider low light as inferior or unusable, but to instead look for subjects that work well […]

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Nikon Will Offer 27 Z Mount Lenses Before 2022 Is Out

The post Nikon Will Offer 27 Z Mount Lenses Before 2022 Is Out appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Nikon’s Z lens roadmap has expanded substantially over the past two years – and the company’s most recent roadmap update promises a total of 27 Z-mount lenses before the close of 2022. It’s a clear sign that Nikon is devoted to their mirrorless system, which debuted just over two years ago with the Nikon Z7 […]

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Aspect Ratios in Landscape Photography

The post Aspect Ratios in Landscape Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Elliot Hook.

Composition is often the difference between a good landscape photograph and a great landscape photograph. There are oft-quoted rules that we all try to adhere to and break in equal measure (the rule of thirds, leading lines, golden spiral, etc.), yet when considering what we are trying to capture, we don’t always think about the frame […]

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3 Simple Ways to Create Stunning Eyes in Your Portrait Photography

The post 3 Simple Ways to Create Stunning Eyes in Your Portrait Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Gina Milicia.

“Here’s looking at you, kid.” Reclusive Hollywood legend Marlon Brando would always close his eyes when paparazzi tried to take his photo. He knew that without his eyes open the image wasn’t worth publishing. The eyes are the single most important feature of any portrait. Beautiful eyes can make even the dullest portrait mesmerizing. Poorly […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Down

The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Down appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sime.

We did ‘Up’ a few weeks back… It made me think about how SO many of us walk from place to place looking down at devices (I’m not going to start in on the whole devices thing, don’t worry!) but it did make me think about what we miss by not looking at what we’re […]

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Canon Has at Least 7 New RF-Mount Cameras in the Works

The post Canon Has at Least 7 New RF-Mount Cameras in the Works appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Canon is rumored to have seven new RF-mount cameras in the works, including an APS-C model, a high-megapixel model, a niche professional model, and an inexpensive model that will cost less than $1000 USD. This latest round of Canon information comes from Canon Rumors, who explains that they “have attempted to piece together what is […]

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What Is Abstract Photography? (Plus Three Ideas for Getting Started)

The post What Is Abstract Photography? (Plus Three Ideas for Getting Started) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Charlie Moss.

What is abstract photography? The exact definition can be tricky to pin down. It seems that everyone has an opinion, but those opinions can differ wildly depending on who you talk to. Of course, there will always be regional and cultural variants, but let me try and tell you where abstract photography came from. That […]

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Hands On With Two Tamron Zooms For Sony E-Mount

Close up image of flowers taken with the 70-180mm Tamron zoom for Sony

The popularity of Sony E-Mount cameras has prompted Tamron to develop a growing lineup of lenses for the system in...

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Realize Your Vision

Studio scene with Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300

Create gallery-quality prints at home with Canon imagePROGRAF PRO Series printers.

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Hands On With The 40-Megapixel Leica M10-R

Image of the front of the Leica M10-R camera

Leica's newest digital M camera builds on the iconic rangefinder system with the highest resolution sensor yet in an M body.

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Are Tripods Obsolete?

Are tripods obsolete? There are still reasons to carry one.

Reconsidering this once-indispensable nature photography accessory in the digital age.

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Field Test

The updated flagship from Olympus is a very good choice for outdoor and travel photography.

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Canon EOS 90D Review For Nature And Wildlife

canon EOS 90D review: image of Gerbera daisy

Upgraded sensitivity and resolution—plus 4K video and in-camera focus bracketing—make this mid-range camera an excellent choice for nature and wildlife photography.

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Hasselblad X1D II For Landscape Photography

Image of a waterfall taken with the Hasselblad X1D II

The second generation of Hasselblad’s compact mirrorless medium format camera isn’t for everyone, but the image quality is superb.

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Does Camera Sensor Size Matter?

sensor size of this image is 35mm full-frame

How important is sensor size for the quality of your photographs? We consider the pros and cons of each of the most common camera sensor formats.

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Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S Review: A Stunning Sunrise At Oxbow

Sunrise image taken at Oxbow Bend with the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S

The NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S is an exceptional zoom lens for Nikon's Z full-frame mirrorless cameras, and ideal for landscape photography.

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III Review: Pro Features In A Compact Body

off road with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

The E-M5 Mark III, a mid-range model in the Olympus OM-D lineup, is a sweet-spot blend of portability and technology features found in upper-tier models.

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