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Football (called soccer in some parts of the world) can be a very challenging sport to photograph. The ball is constantly moving quickly around the pitch, which may make it somewhat of a challenge to capture the action if you dont have the right knowledge on how to do so. This simple guide will point you in the right direction to get more success at your next football match.

Players contest the ball. Daniel Smith / Getty Images.

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When youre new to Lightroom, some features of the program arent immediately apparent, or easily discoverable. In this article Ill introduce you to five Lightroom Develop module secrets that will help you get more out of photo editing in Lightroom.

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Often when youre working in Lightroom youll edit an image to look one way, and then decide youd like to try to edit it in a different way without losing your work. The trouble is, that once an image has been... more

Almost a year ago to date, Sports Illustrated cut all staff photographers from its payroll, opting instead to rely on freelancers for imagesa move that naturally came with plenty of criticism. Since then things have been mostly silent on the employment front, but the Time Inc. franchise is back at it again. New reports say [...]

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The latest Star Wars movie and Quentin Tarantinos The Hateful Eight played a major role in the recent comeback of 70mm film and its gorgeous qualities. Photographer Andrew Walker was a projectionist on the 70mm roadshow for the latter and created this time lapse of the celluloid film being projected, showing the behind-the-scenes experience is [...]

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The debate over which system is better, DSLR or mirrorless, is on its way to becoming as heated as Canon vs Nikon. As mirrorless systems improve and catch up to DSLR cameras, or in some aspects outdo them, the decision which to get isnt as easy as it used to be. One of the main [...]

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The less mess you have on the desk, the easier it is to focus on the task at hand, be it organizing, editing or sharing your work. Between various hard drive options, memory card readers and other peripherals needed, its far too easy to amass a rats nest of cords. To fix that, DSLR Video [...]

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When Chris Sebastian contacted me about creating cover art for his debut album The Good Old Days, I initially wasnt sure how the scenario would work. Chris was in Sydney, I was in Melbourne, and his photoshoot was happening in Sydney within the week. I admit, Im a bit of a control freak In order [...]

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In addition to four new cameras yesterday, Fujifilm unveiled a massive new telephoto zoom lens, the XF 100400mm f/4.55.6 R LM OIS WR. The unveiling of this lens was no surprise, as its been on their roadmap for quite some time. But nonetheless, its a very welcomed addition to their X-mount lenses. Constructed of 21 [...]

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Each week we try and come up with something interesting and different for the weekly photography challenge here on dPS. The images I shared earlier of: 25 Floaty Images of Lightweight Objectsmight give you a hint! If you haven’t already seen them, take a look.

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We know that you are itching to know what kind of things we have in each and every package. I mean, it is one thing seeing the samples on the web, and another thing to experience a fabric file at 36MP resolution or a gorgeousdecay back-plate shot with a medium format camera. This is why [...]

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