Capture Epic Photos Outside the Golden Hour with these Easy Photography Tips

The post Capture Epic Photos Outside the Golden Hour with these Easy Photography Tips appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jeremy Flint.

The golden hour is one of the most magical times of the day for photography with wonderful light at sunrise and sunset. Yet, have you ever challenged yourself to photograph around these times? You can still capture amazing photos outside the golden hour and here are some ways you can achieve this: Shoot during the […]

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6 Tips for a Faster Lightroom Workflow So You Can Get Back to Taking Photos!

The post 6 Tips for a Faster Lightroom Workflow So You Can Get Back to Taking Photos! appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth.

Many photographers rely on Lightroom to organize, edit and share their photos. While this software has a vast array of tools to help people in several key areas, it has not always been known for speed. Recent updates and GPU acceleration have helped, but if you really want to have a faster Lightroom workflow, there […]

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News: Demand for DSLRs is Still Strong, According to Canon

The post News: Demand for DSLRs is Still Strong, According to Canon appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

  If you were hoping for a flagship, pro-sports mirrorless camera from Canon, you may be waiting for longer than expected. Earlier this month, DPReview sat down for an interview with two key Canon representatives and came away with some key information regarding Canon’s transition from DSLR to mirrorless. The number one takeaway: The demand for […]

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Lessons from the Masters: Sally Mann

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Photography can be mischaracterized as a “safe” medium. More often than not, photographs are geared towards improving the way we view the world and ourselves. Generally speaking, photography appeals to the lighter side of our senses. Whether it’s the calm aesthetics of a serene landscape or a hauntingly sublime portrait of an elegant model, when […]

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News: Could This Sea-Thru Algorithm Be the Future of Underwater Photography?

The post News: Could This Sea-Thru Algorithm Be the Future of Underwater Photography? appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey.

Underwater photographers may soon have a way of “removing water” from their photos, based on research done by Derya Akkaynak and Tali Treibitz at the University of Haifa (read report here). As explained by Akkaynak and Treibitz, “An underwater photo is the equivalent of one taken in air, but covered in thick, colored fog.” And […]

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Create Awesome Reflections in Photoshop with Ease (Step-by-Step Guide)

The post Create Awesome Reflections in Photoshop with Ease (Step-by-Step Guide) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan.

Attractive reflections can be challenging to capture naturally in your photographs. Sometimes it’s easier to create reflections in Photoshop. You will have more control over how the photo looks and you can avoid the difficulties that photographing reflections can bring. Often you can’t find just the right place to stand to catch the best reflection. […]

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Creative Photography Exercises: Setting Limitations to Achieve Better Photography

The post Creative Photography Exercises: Setting Limitations to Achieve Better Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Ana Mireles.

Every photographer can feel stuck at some point. I find this often happens when you have learned all the technical basics, and it’s time for you to start finding your way. Is this you? Here are some creative photography exercises than can help you shake things up. Keep on reading to see how setting limitations […]

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Photographing on Overcast Days: The Light Simply Doesn’t Get Any Better

The post Photographing on Overcast Days: The Light Simply Doesn’t Get Any Better appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Herb Paynter.

Lighting is everything in photography, but some “poor” conditions may surprise you. Am I alone here? Does anybody else get excited about photographing on overcast days? I use to think I was a contrast junkie, but I discovered that my passion is for detail, more of an internal contrast issue than one of overall contrast. […]

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Speedlight vs Monolight on Location: See How They Compare [video]

The post Speedlight vs Monolight on Location: See How They Compare [video] appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk.

In this video from Adorama, Gavin Hoey compares speed light vs monolight on location. ? In the test, he does three very common lighting scenarios. He uses the flashes as fill flash, overpowering ambient light, and high-speed-sync flash. He uses model, Charlotte, for the demonstration. Gavin uses the following gear for the shoot: Olympus E-M5 […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Clocks

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

This week’s photography challenge topic is CLOCKS! Clocks can be a thing of beauty, or they can simply be functional. Whatever form they take, we’d love you to go out and capture their many ‘faces’ in this week’s challenge! They can be color, or black and white. They can be a small part of a […]

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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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Fotopro Eagle Series: Ideal Support For Wildlife Photography

The Fotopro Eagle Series tripods & gimbal head are the perfect combination for supporting your camera and telephoto lens for close-up wildlife portraits

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ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2020

screen shot of Photo Studio Ultimate 2020 software

Powerful new features make this all-in-one image organization and processing application better than ever.

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Hands-On Review Of The iPhone 11 Pro Camera For Photographers

Pro photographer Austin Mann got early access to the iPhone 11 Pro camera, and shares his insights and incredible images made with the new camera features.

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Gear For Wildlife Photography

Gear For Wildlife Photography

In addition to your super-tele lens, here are a few gear recommendations to help you in the field.

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10 Top Travel Tripods

Lightweight and compact, these tripods are ideal for travel, from premium pro options to affordable models for every budget.

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Travel Checklist For Photographers

Travel Checklist for photographers: SKB case

When planning your next photo adventure, this travel checklist for photographers includes the basics beyond cameras and lenses that you'll want to remember.

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A Multitalented Lens For Storytellers

tamron 35-150mm

The Tamron 35-150mm F/2.8-4 Di VC OSD is a premium-quality, fast-aperture zoom that’s ideal for travel photography and more.

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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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