Best of dPS – Some of the Most Popular Articles of the Year


To continue on our week of the Best of dPS, today we’ll look at some general topics. We’ve already looked at the Top Landscape articles from the year, All About Gear, and yesterday we had the Portrait Tutorial Feast. So we’ve covered some of the specific topics that you love to read about. But what if you just want to brush up on some basic camera settings or composition?  Then, check out:

The Best of dPS – the top photography articles of the year in no particular order:

  1. ISO Settings in Digital Photography
  2. Introduction to Aperture in Digital Photography
  3. Rule of Thirds
  4. Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography
  5. Learning about Exposure – The Exposure Triangle
  6. 21 Settings, Techniques and Rules All New Camera Owners Should Know
  7. Raw vs. JPG
  8. Photography Quotes
  9. Digital Photography Tips for Beginners
  10. How to Photograph…
  11. 5 Elements of Composition in Photography
  12. How to photograph sunrises and sunsets
  13. 5 Photography Bad Habits to Quit
  14. Long exposure photography
  15. Why You Should Use Your Lens’ Hood
  16. How to Avoid Camera Shake
  17. Aperture and Shutter Priority Modes

Did you have other favourites? Share them in the comments below.

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Darlene Hildebrandt is an educator who teaches aspiring amateurs and hobbyists how to improve their skills through articles on her site Digital Photo Mentor, online photography classes, and travel tours to exotic places like Morocco and India. To help you at whatever level you're at she has two email mini-courses. Sign up for her free beginner OR portrait photography email mini-course here. Or get both, no charge!

  • Just Photographer

    Thanks for all those post,

    My favourite was 12 Tips for photgraphing SUnset and sunrise, 🙂

  • Awesome.

  • Jaap

    nearly all these body attitudes are nonsense if you want a stable camera, especially with a bit older people

  • Sorry Jaap what do you mean? The “how to hold a camera” positions? Those are pretty standard. How is it different for older people? You still need to hold it steady and these are the best ways to do so.

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