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  • Tips for Better Forest Photography
    published on October 23rd, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Humans have always been drawn to forests. We have found food, building and clothing materials, and inspiration in forests. There are innumerable stories told about them, the creatures that live there, and the dangers that lurk inside them. But it’s not all mythology and ancient history. Peace, adventure, colour, that perfect light – whatever you’re […] The post Tips for Better Forest Photography by Hannele Luhtasela-el Showk appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  •  7 Photography Exercises To Help You Be a Better Photographer
    published on October 23rd, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Photography is like most other professions or hobbies in that you will improve and get better with training. But, like other skills, you need to try and set yourself a structure and actively try and improve the areas that you may not be good at. Sure, like anything else, there are those that are naturally […] The post  7 Photography Exercises To Help You Be a Better Photographer by Kav Dadfar appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Make Sure You Know all the Drone Regulations Before You Fly
    published on October 22nd, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Everywhere you look, it seems like everyone has their hands on a drone. YouTube is crawling with aerial drone footage, and you can buy one at just about any electronics store. But just because drones are everywhere doesn’t mean you can (legally) fly them anywhere. Here at dPS, we dove into topics such as tips […] The post Make Sure You Know all the Drone Regulations Before You Fly by Suzi Pratt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to Photograph Agility Events and Other Dog Sports
    published on October 22nd, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Humans and horses aren’t the only athletes to reach massive feats – dogs do too! From the athletic sighthounds to the driven border collies, dogs have been competing in a slew of sports on the world stage since before you were born. Some of the most popular athletic canine sports include agility, dock diving, frisbee, […] The post How to Photograph Agility Events and Other Dog Sports by Anabel DFlux appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • 6 Simple Tips to Capture More Expressive Images of Your Children
    published on October 21st, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Images of your children are probably THE most important images you will ever make, even if it doesn’t feel like it. But for the longest time what I did was make very superficial images of my kids, until I started applying a few of the tips below. Follow along to get more intimate and expressive […] The post 6 Simple Tips to Capture More Expressive Images of Your Children by Olivier Duong appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • How to do Pixel Stretching in Photoshop
    published on October 21st, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    As photographers, we’re all too aware of the abundance of ways to edit a photograph in post-production. And as technology progresses, so will the potential for image making. Pixel stretching is one way to investigate the construction of a digital image through creative means. Compared to other glitch-style editing techniques, pixel stretching is pretty straight-forward. The […] The post How to do Pixel Stretching in Photoshop by Megan Kennedy appeared first on Digital Photography ...
  • Weekly Photography Challenge – Black and White Landscape
    published on October 20th, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Landscape photography is a popular genre, but it can be hard to do it really well. If you want to take your landscape images to the next level – try shooting some in black and white! There is some help here if you need it: Video Tutorial – Tips for Making Dramatic Black and White Landscape […] The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Black and White Landscape by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • Video Tutorial – Tips for Making Dramatic Black and White Landscape Photos
    published on October 20th, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Shooting for black and white requires you to see a scene and think a little differently. You’re looking for a contrast of tones, not color, and it can be hard to “see” in black and white if you’re new to shooting in monochrome. Here is a short video with some practical tips you can apply […] The post Video Tutorial – Tips for Making Dramatic Black and White Landscape Photos by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
  • 3 Times it’s Okay to Consider Offering Free Sessions
    published on October 19th, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    If you’ve made the transition from a hobbyist photographer to a part-time or full-time professional photographer, chances are that you’ve spent a lot of time thinking about your pricing. You’ve likely looked over your cost of doing business and the cost of goods sold. You’ve probably had to have some difficult conversations with friends and […] The post 3 Times it’s Okay to Consider Offering Free Sessions by Meredith Clark appeared first on Digital ...
  • How to Use Soft Light Blend Mode in Photoshop to Improve Exposure and Contrast
    published on October 19th, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    Do you have an overexposed sunny side and an underexposed shadow on the other side of your image? Or maybe a well-exposed photo that needs more vibrancy? There’s a tool so versatile that can help you fix any of these problems and more: the Soft Light Blend Mode. What are Layers? Imagine your photo as […] The post How to Use Soft Light Blend Mode in Photoshop to Improve Exposure and Contrast by Ana Mireles appeared first on Digital Photography School.
 

 

 

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