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The post Tips for Setting Up and Photographing Mini-Sessions for Extra Income appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jackie Lamas.

Photographing mini-sessions is a perfect way to generate extra income from both... more

The post Gear Review – Fikaz Sony E-Mount Lens Adapters appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Adam Welch.

Not too many years ago, in a sad and dark time, there werent many ways for us... more

I first saw Zhiyun’s Weebill LAB gimbal at IBC 2018 and then two weeks later in Photokina. When I saw it first, it was alongside the Crane 3 LAB, and I thought that the two shared a pretty weird design. I askedZhiyun if I can review a kit, they kindly agreed. I was blown away. […]

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Now and again we get to play around with cool equipment that we wouldn’t normally use. I got my hands on the spiffy Lightblaster and managed to create a cool neon 80s sci-fi image which wasn’t as hard as it may sound. As you can see from the video above on my Youtube (feel free […]

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Drones meeting “real aircraft” seems to be hitting the news more and more often these days. And right now the reports from social media are that it’s happened again. This time on a flight from Guadalajara to Tijuana, Mexico. While the reports that it was a drone have yet to be confirmed, that does seem […]

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The post How to Make the Most of Creative Shutter Speed in Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond.

This photo is all about the moment of capture. I used... more

The post How to Mimic a Digital Cyanotype Using Photoshop with Ease appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Ana Mireles.

A Cyanotype was a popular film printing process that gave an appealing,... more

Facebook has today disclosed a major bug that existed on the platform for 12 days between September 13th and September 25th, 2018. The bug has now been fixed, but it opened up access to the private photos of over 6.8 million users to apps through the photo API. Facebook says on their Developers Blog that […]

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

This week, the weekly photography challenge – low... more

On 18 May this year, Taylor Swifts fans could watch rehearsal clips at her concert at Los Angeles venue Rose Bowl. The clips were played at a special kiosk, but mesmerized fans had no idea that their photos were being taken by a facial recognition camera. The photos were cross-referenced with a database in Nashville, […]

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