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A couple weeks ago I shared some stunning landscape photos and you had a weekly challenge of the same theme. Today I’m going to get more specific and focus in on one element of nature that’s super popular with landscape photographers. Waterfalls! I think this is one of those things that when you can master taking […] The post A Collection of Waterfall Photos to Spruce up your Weekend by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Perhaps one of the most overlooked and undervalued tools you can own as a photographer is a Neutral Density filter (ND Filter) or Graduated ND Filter. In fact, if photography is considered painting with light then a ND filter would be considered the brush tip. You see, different paint brush tips can be used to […] The post How to do Dreamy Landscape Photography with a Neutral Density Filter by John Barbiaux appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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There will be a time when the wizards behind your camera technology conjure up a sensor so powerful they will swallow up any scene and spit it out just as it was – no over, or underexposed areas. Until then, in order to produce an image with a high dynamic range of light, you have […] The post Exposure Blending Using Luminosity Masks Tutorial by Jimmy McIntyre appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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I don’t use a flash for my photography, it’s a personal preference. Available light, in its many forms, is both challenging and rewarding so I rarely find a need to turn to creative lighting. What is ‘available light’? Let’s be clear on definitions first. As a street photographer my preferred source of light is sunlight, more […] The post Finding and Working with Available Light by Michael Walker-Toye appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Categories: photography tips and tutorials, ambient light, available light, natural light

Embracing the power of creative post-processing can transform your landscape photography from dull and lifeless, to lustrous and vibrant overnight! We’re acutely aware that the preceding statement reads suspiciously like the voiceover script for a ‘next generation, nano-organic hair care’ commercial, but it’s true – digital post-processing can be a transcendent experience for your landscape […] The post The Power of Post-processing for Landscape Photography by Todd Sisson appeared first on...

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If you’ve been using a digital camera for any length of time, you’ve probably heard about White Balance. You may still be wondering exactly what it is, and how to use it; or you may be using it right now and be wondering how it can possibly be something “creative”. I’m going to show you […] The post Guide to Creative White Balance for Landscape Photography by Alex Morrison appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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With all the attention given to the art and craft of shooting portraits using flash, you could be forgiven for thinking that this is the only way to take a portrait. The truth is that while fashionable Speedlites get all the attention, there are photographers working almost entirely in natural light and creating beautiful portraits […] The post 5 Reasons for Doing Natural Light Portraits by Andrew S. Gibson appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Categories: photography tips and tutorials, portrait photography, composition, natural light, portrait photograpyhy, portraits

Photo: Linda GolobApril 15, 2014 /Photography News/ Our hands reveal so much about us and can expose so much about our lives. Our hands can reveal our race, gender, age, and our occupation. We work with our hands, communicate with our hands and help others with our hands. Hands can create works of beauty, and they can be instruments of destruction. Whether they are the young, unblemished hands of a child or the aged and weathered hands of an elder, TeraBella Media invites you to submit your...

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Categories: hands photos, photo contest, terabella media

Today is an exciting day at dPS HQ because we’re releasing an eBook that has been asked for many times by readers – LOVING Landscapes, a Guide to Landscape Photography Workflow and Post-Processing by Todd and Sarah Sisson. Early in 2013 we looked at our growing library of photography eBooks and realised that we had […] The post A Guide to Landscape Photography Workflow and Post-Processing by Darren Rowse appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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The most common question I get asked by my workshop students is ‘how do you get such sharp images?’. It’s actually really simple. Basically, avoid movement of any kind while the shutter is open, focus well and choose the right aperture for your creative vision. Mostly it’s just plain old common sense with a couple […] The post How to Get Super Sharp Landscape Photography Images by Gavin Hardcastle appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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Recently I wrote a New Photographer’s Guide to Camera Settings. Once you become comfortable with your camera settings, the next step is to learn the rules of good composition and design for your photography. So here are the 10 most important tips to take into account when framing your scene. Your guide to composition. #1 […] The post A New Photographer’s Guide to Composition by James Maher appeared first on Digital Photography School.

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April 14, 2014 /Photography News/ The Alexia Foundation is pleased to announce the call for entries for the 2014 Women's Initiative Grant which will provide a $25,000 grant for a project to be produced on a significant issue involving and affecting women anywhere in the world.The Alexia Foundation's main purpose is to encourage and help photojournalists create stories that drive change. While the traditional grant guidelines put no limits on the subject matter for grant proposals, a number of...

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Categories: documentary photography grant, photojournalism


500px, the artistic photo-sharing platform, might just be about to launch a new revolution in stock photography. Prime, the site’s licensing arm, officially opened on April 3rd following a soft launch that started shortly after the beginning of the year. The service allows the site’s users to sell licenses for their images. Like microstock sites, […]

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Categories: photo community, 500px, evgeny tchebotarev, microstock photography, photo sharing site, rob williams

April 7, 2014 /Photography News/ PhotoStack will teach the basics.  You'll share on their forum and compete to win awesome rewards  with increasing prize levels.This is your opportunity to become a member in April and share in some great rewards.  Sign up now to get first pick of PhotoStack's limited, pre-launch rewards.Building your photography skills and stacking the odds of winning in your favour.Cash prizes:First place: $500+Every 1 in 100 entries: $50Deadline:...

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The deadline of "Abandoned" photo contest has been extended until April 18, 2014.Photo: Cindy VaskoApril 2, 2014 /Photography News/ PictureCompete presents “Abandoned.” There is something terribly intriguing with deserted structures. Perhaps we are drawn to the mystery of the past purpose and function of these buildings. Perhaps we wonder about the individuals who once occupied these dwellings. Possibly, as photographers, we are drawn to capturing the “bare bones” and the essence of a subject...

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Categories: architectural photography, photo contest


Wordsworth Donisthorpe filmed London's Trafalgar Square traffic in 1890; these are the surviving 10 framesMarch 24, 2014 /Photography News/ Born on March 24, 1847 in Leeds, Wordsworth Donisthorpe was an English individualist anarchist and inventor, pioneer of cinematography and chess enthusiast.On 9 November 1876 Donisthorpe applied for a patent for the Kinesigraph, an apparatus 'to facilitate the taking of a succession of photographs at equal intervals of time, in order to record the...

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Lori Pond, Self-portraitMarch 22, 2014 /Photography News/ World Photography Network (WPN) is very pleased to announce its popular segment: "Photographer Spotlight.” In this part of their newsletter they will be interviewing various fellow photographers and learning more about what motivates them, what their goals are and what direction they wish to take with their art. WPN is extremely excited to announce that this week’s interview will be exposing the creative sources and forces behind the...

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March 21, 2014 /Photography News/ Born 144 years ago, Herbert George Ponting was a professional photographer best known as the expedition photographer and cinematographer for Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova Expedition to the Ross Sea and South Pole (1910–1913).  He captured some of the most enduring images of the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration.See some of his photography here: Remembering the Terra Nova Expedition

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Deaconess Bedell with Mary Osceola Huff and Fanny Stuart, between 1933 and 1960March 19, 2014 /Photography News/ These images reflect the lives of Florida's Seminole Indians and the missionary activities of Deaconess Harriet Bedell among them. The photographs include group portraits of Seminole men, women, and children, as well as images of the Seminoles engaged in a variety of daily work and recreational activities.Ruby - Charlie Tigertail's Sister, ca. 1910Harriet Bedell, missionary and...

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March 17, 2014 /Photography News/ STEP Beyond Travel grants fund up and coming artists and cultural workers - giving priority to individuals up to 35 years and/or in the first 10 years of their career - to travel between EU and countries bordering the EU.The travel grants support individual artists and cultural workers travelling across borders in a wider European space, to explore, network and set up new collaborations. They also see the travel scheme as a tool for professional development,...

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March 14, 2014 /Photography News/ Born into a wealthy Jewish family in New York 91 years ago on March 14, 1923, Diane Arbus made her reputation photographing people on the margins of society: losers, misfits, nudists, transvestites, prostitutes, the mentally retarded, sideshow freaks, and almost anyone who seemed not to fit in easily with her upper middle class background. And occasionally she photographed celebrities, sometimes to their dismay. Diane Arbus, Untitled (3), 1970-71, © The Estate...

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Categories: diane arbus, history of photography, photography news

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Ellen DeGeneres was probably overplaying Bradley Cooper’s photography skills when she called that image the “best photo ever.” But the #Oscar post that broke the record for the largest number of retweets on Twitter might also have broken another record: for the world’s most valuable image. With over 3 million retweets, the picture, with its […]

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The award committee commended Ishiuchi's innovative style and approach to her work, and noted that she has been a role model for young women artists in the male-dominated field of photography in Japan.

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Photography: Paola Colleoni On a trip to Paris with her best friend two years ago, Nicole Smith did what everyone does on vacation. As she and her friend stood at tourist sites, she would take out her phone, hold it at arm’s length and snap a few selfies. Sometimes the pair would buttonhole a passing […]

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The stock industry is about to change. We’ve heard that before but this time the change, if it happens, will be positive, affect content rather than distribution and will give new opportunities to photographers to shoot not just more images but more interesting images. The change is coming from Sheryl Sandberg. Facebook’s CEO has teamed […]

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Categories: microstock photography, emily shornick, sheryl sandberg, stock photography, women stock

American photographer John Stanmeyer of won the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year for an image depicting African migrants standing on the beach in Djibouti, holding mobile phones aloft in an effort to get an inexpensive wireless signal.

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Moving from photography enthusiast to a photography enthusiast whose pictures earn money doesn’t just take talent, skill and effort. It takes talent, skill and the right effort. Here are eight things that you need to be doing right now if you’re going to make money from your images. 1.     Promote yourself on Flickr and 500px […]

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It’s nice to get paid for an image but if you can’t get paid for an image, you can at least get praised for it. Through social media, that’s easy. Build a following, put up a great picture and watch those likes, shares, views and comments flood in. Of course, for some photographers, accounts and […]

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For a while at least, photography enthusiasts who wanted to make a little money from their photos, had it easy. Or at least they had it easier than they used to have it. Not only had the prices of professional-quality digital cameras fallen to an affordable level but at the same time, photo-sharing sites made […]

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Sure, you know all about f-stops and composition. You’ve taken classes on lighting and landscape photography. But there’s a lot you don’t know — and a long list of photography classes and workshops that you’ve never even considered. Here are a bunch of them. Photograph Ghosts, Ghoulies and Things That Go Bump in the Night […]

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It’s not the quality of your images that’s stopping you from making more sales and building even a part-time photography business. It’s your fears. To get them out of the way and create the growth you deserve, you first have to identify them — then squish them. You’ll probably find at least one — and […]

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Backed by Facebook, Instagram is now the main platform for shooting and sharing. With more than 130 million members, 45 million images uploaded each day and a billion daily likes spreading those photos across accounts, Instagram is the most important tool for casual snappers and photography enthusiasts who want to capture interesting scenes and show […]

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If there’s one thing I absolutely love, it's awesome timelapses. My friend Sy Stepanov knows a thing or two about creating absolutely magnificent timelapse videos. Flick the HD mode on on the video below, and click on the little button with the outward arrows, because checking it out in full screen gives you the full, mind-blowing effect. Seriously, get this bad boy as big and sharp as you can handle: Timelapses by Sy Stepanov from Triggertrap on Vimeo. Download the app for free! Now, you...

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It hasn't been that long since Canon ran its spring cashback promotion, with rebates on purchases of its higher-end cameras and lenses luring you to part with your hard-earned pennies. Now the summer cashback scheme is in full swing, with money back available on purchases of 700D, 600D, 100D, and EOS M cameras. As well being able to claim between £30 and £50 back on interchangeable lens cameras, there are also eight lenses with a maximum rebate of £55 available, Speedlites with £20 back, and...

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I've watched and enjoyed Serge Ramelli's videos, so I figured, why not get his work out to more. His process style is quite similar to my own, and he has a few neat tricks using Radial as a light source.. Sweet. Enjoy!

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The beta version of Lightroom 5 has been available for some time now and people talk about the new features, some of which, like the Advanced Healing Brush, make Photoshop less needed for editing. There are also some other tools that photographers of all levels will love. Stuff like the Offline editing with Smart Previews, which lets you easily work with images without bringing your entire library with you, might just be what a generation essentially posting to the web might need. You just...

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Article and images - © John Neel Continued from Part 2 The image above, shows the approximate area covered by the Sony NEX APS size sensor in comparison to the final image capture. The RhinoCam is designed to approximate a 645 medium format digital capture. The secret is that the lens is in a fixed position. The lens itself does not move during the capture. Instead, the digital camera body moves relative to the image circle projected by the lens. To shoot the image, eight image frames are shot...

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French slideshow maker Aquafadas has announced Mothers Days deals for it's PulpMotion and KidsMotion software at USD$24.50 and USD$12.50 repectively. The easy to use Mac slideshow maker contains hundreds of themes and a simple drag and drop interface. Add photos, video and music to a chosen theme to quickly create an engaging slideshow. Sharing is easy too: PulpMotion’s export menu allows users to share their creations easily with friends and family by simply exporting to their iPhone,...

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Adobe have announced that the next version of Photoshop will be Photoshop CC, not CS7. With the emphasis switched to the Cloud from last year, CS6 marks the end of an era for Adobe. In Future Photoshop will be cloud only with constant updating, rather than a new version every 18-24 months. This means that new features will be available as soon as the work on them is complete, rather than waiting for the cycle to come around again.  To sweeten the deal, owners of CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS6 can get a...

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To celebrate the release of my book later this month, Surreal Photography: Creating the Impossible, it seemed entirely appropriate that this month's competition theme should be surreal. We're not picky about the type of surrealism you want to enter: it can be a battle of gods and monsters from a universe undiscovered, painstakngly composited in Photoshop; or you can submit an infrared picture that puts us at five degrees to the world we know. You can use Photoshop manipulation, in-camera...

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Today at its Adobe Max creative conference event, the company announced that when its new software hits—well, not shelves—this June, they will be available as cloud based subscriptions only. Along with the cloud-based subscription model, Creative Suite is also being rebranded Creative Cloud.  For the subscription fee, users will be given full access to the entire set of Adobe's creative tools, with updates; as well as cloud storage services and collaboration tools.  What does this mean for...

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The editor's note of this issue gives us David duChemin talking about his recent experience in Kenya, a trip from which you'll see some photographs in this very issue. A trip he started with a set of fears regarding what to expect but that ended with him, again, discovering the power a camera has to change the way we look at the world. "The camera encourages us to look harder, past the things we take for granted, and in so doing we learn to see things differently.When we peer through the lens,...

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