Photography Blogs & Tutorials

If you want a Nikon Z7, but are concerned about it only having one card slot, here’s another option for you. This one has zero card slots, and there’s no waiting list! Posted by Boonlert Rojanaboworn in the Nikon Z series Club Thailand Facebook group, this printable paper cutout allows you to make your very […]

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Its the year 2018 and Ive just finished a quick search of the top 10 best selling digital cameras over at B&H Photo. Those 10 cameras sport an average megapixel count of 26.1MP. Six of those cameras were full-frame sensor models.

In 2004 I worked in a camera/photo processing lab and I remember the day we all stood in jaw-dropped awe as the Kodak DX4530 arrived at the store. The megapixel count of that glorious DX4530? A whopping 5MP. Bob Dylan was very much correct. The times are... more

When I was first introduced to the Olympus PEN E-P1 in May of 2009, I saw an opportunity to work with an interchangeable lens camera that was high quality, affordable, and nimble. In June of 2009, Iintroduced my podcast audience to the camera. I’ve been working with mirrorless bodies ever since. With the latest round […]

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I was shooting a family formal portrait after a wedding ceremony at a church in Arcadia, California. My backpack was placed 3 rows from the front of the pew, to the side, along with my assistants camera bag. An outsider came into the church and then knocked over a flower vase that was filled with […]

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The Brush Tool in Photoshop is one of the most versatile and it can be used for many applications. It already comes with many useful brushes preloaded into the program and you can find even more online. But sometimes you just need to be more creative and have full control. Dont you think?

Not to worry, another great thing about Photoshop is that you can create your own custom brushes. Let me show you how.

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Introduction Double exposure photography involves combining two or more images into a single frame. This allows you to work with your shots and add textures to create surreal scenes. Words dont really do them justice so here are some of my examples: How do they work? There are two types of double exposures: in-camera and […]

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Next in our ongoingPhotographer Spotlightseries we have Daniel Ernst. Daniel is a self taught freelance photographer from Frankfurt, Germany. His photography isinspired by nature, focusing on the outdoors, adventure and northern lifestyles. With 602k Instagram followers, Daniel falls into the category of “social media incluencer”. Daniel’s work is absolutely amazing and it’s easy to see […]

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I’ve been a big fan of Wacom tablets for years. Whenever anybody asks me what tablet to buy, my response is usually “Whatever’s within your budget that has Wacom written on it”. So, when Wacom announced their new entry-level Intuos tablets earlier this year, I was intrigued. It’s seen a few updates over previous generations. […]

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Here is another easy one for you.

Get out there and find some blue things to photograph this week for the photography challenge!

You can look for blue things, shoot during Blue Hour, or use some split-toning on a black and white image to make yoursomething blue for this challenge.

Blueberry image by dPS writer Stacey Hill.

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Timelapse videos can be amazing, as well as photos and footage of space. In this video, Adrien Mauduit brings timelapse and space together and takes you to the core of the Milky Way galaxy. Its an awe-inspiring footage that will make you realize how vast our galaxy is. So sit back, watch closely and enjoy. […]

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