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We’ve published 1000 articles!
Today I logged into the back end of DPS and in passing noticed that our last post was the 1000th post on DPS. I also noticed that this week was the 3rd anniversary of starting the site!
What started in April 2006 (it seems like just yesterday) as a place for me to record what I was learning about photography and hopefully learn together with others about how to improve my passion has grown into something of an obsession!
To celebrate I thought that it might be fun to post a list of the 10 Ten Posts from our 1000 posts from the last 3 years. The top 1%, as rated by you the reader when looking at how many times the articles have been read.
I hope you enjoy this glimpse at our archives:
Viewed by 700,000+ readers this set of tips for budding portrait photographers has been a big hit. We followed this one up with 10 MORE Ways to Take Stunning Portraits (which came in at #12 on our most popular posts list)
This post has been on the ‘popular page’ of most social media sites and has also been viewed by well over half a million visitors.
Our first ever post production tutorial, this one was originally published in 2006 but has continued to be read and used by many ever since.
Another of our image collections that has been very popular. Interestingly both this and the above ‘long exposure’ set involve longer exposures and movement of subjects.
Another of our earliest photoshop posts with some good age old techniques.
A DIY tutorial that will not only save you a few dollars but give you a fun afternoon activity and a useful tool to take some great shot.
This article sees a big surge of traffic to it every New Years Eve and 4th July – I wonder why? 10 Tips for getting great fireworks shot.
It’s interesting that while in a medium where ‘rules’ tend to be broken and stretched that a more traditional ‘rule’ of photography continues to be among our most read tutorials.
Another ‘list’ type post that gives a great introduction into a type of photography that so many of our readers love – Landscapes.
I get asked so often about the topic of Wedding Photography that I just had to put together this collection of tips.
I hope you enjoyed this walk down memory lane at some of our best tutorials and tips. I’m looking forward to sharing more in the coming months.
Thanks again for reading DPS, you’re what makes this place what it is!