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25 Great Photography Tutorials and Links From Around the Web


Every month or two I like to create a list of helpful tutorials and resources from around the photographic web.

This time I think you’ll agree that there’s been some wonderful tutorials written. I’ve included 17 from other sites – 5 from our archives (this time last year) and 3 great photoshop video tutorials.

  1. Make Your own BikeCAM – a fun DIY with a video
  2. 5 Ways to Hold Your Viewer’s Attention – 5 simple composition techniques
  3. Transforming a Daylight Image into a Wild Night – Photoshop tutorial
  4. Nine Reasons to Manually Focus When Taking Pictures – sometimes manual focusing is your best option
  5. The Importance of focus and quick tips on how to get it right – another focusing related tutorial
  6. My Photography Workflow – Photographer Thomas Hawk talks us through his workflow
  7. The 15 Second DIY Adjustable Snoot! – a fast DIY
  8. The Nuts and Bolts of Off-Camera Flash – first part of a four part series on off camera flash (part 2 here).
  9. 8 Photography Myths Debunked – just what the title says 🙂
  10. Getting Rid of Dust Spots – Photoshopping tips
  11. Flicker Flash – How to capture movement with a series of strobe flashes
  12. Introduction to Digital Photography – 10 Ways to Improve your skills
  13. On Assignment: Night Chopper Pt 2 – 2nd in a series of shots taking you on a shoot of a chopper at night
  14. Your Guide to Buying Old Film Cameras – Feeling Retro? This one’s for you!
  15. Seeing the Possibilities – a great post on how to see possibilities in different locations
  16. Understanding Camera Exposure Modes – talking you through spot, evaluative and center-weighted metering.
  17. Curves color enhancement tutorial – a video screencast of GIMP in action


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Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse

is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals.

He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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