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Do you commit mistakes in photography?

I bet you do. I have made mistakes. As a matter of fact I have committed many. But we all learn from our mistakes.What you dont have to necessarily do is to re-invent the wheel. Instead of learning about these common mistakes the hard way, why not learn from other’s mistakes?That sounds awesome, doesnt it?

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Pro tip: if you decide to rob a bank, dont celebrate it by posting photos of the money on social media. It seems pretty obvious, but a couple from Ohio did just that several days after robbing a bank near Columbus. A tip through Central Ohio Crime Stoppers eventually led police to the couple, John [...]

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If youre a Dropbox user, you probably have your Dropbox folder installed at the default location on your systems drive the Main (C:) drive (under My Documents in you are on windows). If you have upgraded to Dropbox Pro with 1 TB of storage space sooner or later youre probably going to run [...]

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I always love playing with light, creating new techniques or finding a new gadget to help my images stand out from the crowd. I also love creating mood and texture with my light. So I would like to share with you two pieces of kit that are always at hand in my studio when I [...]

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The Lightroom Catalog is a database containing all the relevant information that Lightroom needs about your photos in order to process your images and sit at the centre of your workflow.

Lightroom is a digital asset management (DAM) tool you can use it to organize and search your photos, as well as process them. This is the main difference between Lightroom and Photoshop, which is a... more

Earlier today we shared an updated list of rumored specs for the Nikon D5 and the next rumor makes sure Canonists have something to look forward to as well. According to Canon Rumors a new version of the popular 70-200mm lens is in the works, but it is not known which version is set to [...]

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Set yourself a high-speed challenge: Capture a bursting bubble

I have always loved the idea of photography as being a way of taking an instant out of time, and preserving that moment forever. By freezing time in this way, a photograph can show something that may not normally be seen in day-to-day life, and can make an ordinary subject extraordinary.

So, when going through a bit of a creative lull a couple of years ago, I felt that I needed to set myself a challenge to... more

Kotama Bouabane, a photographer and artist in residence at the Banff Center in Alberta, Canada, had the idea to make a camera out of a coconut shell to see what kind of photos he couldget. To do so, Bouabane poked a hole through one of the coconut’s “eyes”, cut it in half, then drained and [...]

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Need a laugh break? Take a look at the latest installment form DigitalRev. This time, the team is poking a little fun at film photographers by spouting off some of the (ahem) more self-righteous things that tend to come out offilm enthusiast’smouths. Of course, it’s all in good humor, but the look Kai gets while [...]

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Fall is my favorite. At least it used to be before it was Pumpkin Spice Everything. Im so tired of Pumpkin Spice Everything, but I’ll never tire of chilly weather, or scarves, or leaf piles. Or even shorter days, mainly because long summer days are just too much pressure for me.

I like everything about fall including, maybe especially, that its ripe for portraits. Here are seven ways to help you take advantage of all of autumns goodness in your portrait... more