Seasons Greetings (and some Digital Photography Links)

Seasons Greetings (and some Digital Photography Links)

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Seasons GreetingsJust a short note to wish all DPS readers a very Merry Christmas.

I want to thank you all for your continued support and readership in the last year and hope that your day is a fun and meaningful one what ever you are doing this year for the holiday period. I’ll be celebrating here in Australia with family and am looking forward to capturing the day with my digital camera (of course).

Don’t forget our Christmas Digital Photography Tips if you’re wanting to improve your photography on Christmas Day (or really any holiday occasion).

If you find yourself with some spare time on this day and want to do some digital photography learning I’ve recently put together some compilation pages with some of the best posts from our archives. Enjoy:

Over the next week DPS will be in Holidays mode with a few less posts than normal – but we’ll ramp things up again in the new year.

If you’re looking for more photography learning – do drop by our Forum where the discussion, sharing of photos and tips and fun never stops. WIth over 8700 members in the forums there’s sure to be a discussion that you’ll find to be where you’re at.

In particular – check out the Techniques area.

Once again – I hope that the lead up to the New Year is a good time for you and your family. All the best wishes from the Digital Photography School.

Darren Rowse
DPS Editor

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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+.

Some Older Comments

  • Martin in Philly December 20, 2008 01:37 am

    To all DPS staff and contributors. Happy Holidays to you and your families. I love this site. I learn a lot and get many ideas. Keep it coming, please. Let's all make it a great 2009!!!

  • Christine December 30, 2007 08:37 am

    Merry Christmass Dan, what I have gained from this forum is each time I get email from the site it makes me think about using my camera for much more than I would have.
    It keeps me on track and makes me experiment and use the features that my nikon coolpix 8800 has and get off auto.
    I am sure most camera buyers find it hard to understand the manual that comes with the camera so when you guys give tips I go and try them out with my manual at hand , I have leaned heaps from just understanding the jargon.
    I have also learned heaps on the photoshop tips, I have even played with one of the "critique my shot" images and I was very happy with what I did.
    thanks so much to everyone for their input I am hoping some day to have something worthwhile to contribute but for now I am sucking it all in ,Looking forward to more and more learning and experimenting.
    Happy New Year to all.
    Christine in the Ridge

  • Vijesh December 28, 2007 04:24 pm

    Merry Christmas & Happy new year!
    Wishing to see more next year in DPS!
    Happy Clicking :-)

  • Don December 27, 2007 11:17 am

    A belated Merry Christmas, I love this site it is very helpful

  • gerdez December 25, 2007 06:52 pm

    Merry Christmas to all DPS readers!

  • ike December 25, 2007 03:55 pm

    Merry Christmas Darren, been a good six months for me here and im looking to many more to come, your tips have been an invaluable asset to me, and the forums are the best place for quick tips and advice - Well Done!

    ike,

  • Angela December 25, 2007 07:12 am

    Happy Holidays to you too! I hope everyone in the DPS Community has a wonderful New Year as well.

    ~ Angela

  • Mike Goad December 25, 2007 07:00 am

    Is it Merry Christmas or Happy Christmas? (From comments on another popular blog)

    Darren, thanks so much for what you do and may the rest of your Christmas be very happy and may you have another prosperous New Year.

    (We're still waiting for Christmas in Arkansas - it's still about 9 hours away here.)