Photography Blogs & Tutorials

The popular photo-editing app, owned by Google, launched version 2.1 and is now capable of editing RAW files. Traditionally, shooting and editing RAW photos has been the domain of DSLR cameras and desktop software, a Google engineer said, adding that combined with the RAW capabilities added to Android phones last year, RAW is now becoming [...]

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The Bayer filter was patented in 1976 and can be found in almost all digital camera sensors sold today. While several alternatives have been suggested over the years, some more exciting than others, none caught on. This could soon change, though, as Canon Watch reports that the 120MP full frame sensor Canon is developing will [...]

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Here is Wikipedia’s definition for Low-KeyLighting: Low-key lighting is a style of lighting for photography, film or television. It is a necessary element in creating a chiaroscuro effect. Traditional photographic lighting, three-point lighting uses a key light, a fill light, and a back light for illumination. Low-key lighting often uses only one key light, optionally [...]

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By November it will be 2 years since I started writing for DIYPand and it’s time again to recap the best articles for the year plus some of last years plus I want to writehow sharing what you know will help not just other photographers but will also help you as a photographer. Ever since [...]

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Of course, shutter speed plays anessential rolein creating silky smooth waterfall photographs, but does it get a little too much attention in tutorial articles? I think so.

In this article you’ll learn about three other key elements to creating a successful silky smooth waterfall photograph, and when you put it all together, all you’ll need to do next is find a waterfall to photograph.

ISO 100 | 62mm | f/16 | 1/3

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Exactly five months after GoPro announced it is developing a quadcopter the company shared the first teaser video. Theres a lot we dont know when it comes to GoPros drone, like exactly when it will be released, how much it will cost or what features it will have. What we do know now though, thanks [...]

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Simon Schaffrath, a photographer from Germany, and his wife decided they wanted to do some pictures for the announcement of their first baby! They plan on naming him “Theodor” and I absolutely love and appreciate the creativity that Simon put into each and every photo! Painting the scenery on his wife’s body using non toxic [...]

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If you are trying to get a project done (be it photography or otherwise), and you are on the verge of shipping for too long, because it is not “perfect” yet, you need to hear this message fromJames Victore. James suggests that Perfection is a myth and is it not all that important. It is [...]

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Several months ago we reported that William Merideth of Kentucky was arrested and charged with first degree wanton endangerment and criminal mischief after firing his neighbors drone out of the sky with a shotgun. Based on the fact that the drone was shot over Merideths property and that eyewitnesses said the drone was flying low, [...]

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Probably the easiest question that Im asked is, what is my favorite lens? Despite owning a sizeable collection of lenses for my Pentax K-7, the very first lens I ever bought, a Tamron 28-200mm was, and still is, my favorite lens.

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