Photography Tips & Tutorials
by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment This week we finished the Jaiwanjin for another bicycle shot which we loved for it's crispness and the...
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by Darren Rowse

10 Portrait Tips [Video]

Time for another weekend Video Tutorial. This one is from Photography Author Erin Manning and contains 10 basic but solid...
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by Neil Creek

Photography 101 – Lenses, Light and Magnification

The following post is from Australian photographer Neil Creek who is part of the recently launched Fine Art Photoblog, and...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment We finished the Steph for the blueprints to a house which takes the traditional idea of construction, but...
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by Darren Rowse

How I Made a Time Lapse Movie with My DSLR

DPS reader Ross Ching emailed me a month ago with a link to a movie called 'Eclectic 2.0' that he...
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by Neil Creek

Photography 101 – Lenses and Focus

The following post is from Australian photographer Neil Creek who is part of the recently launched Fine Art Photoblog, and...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment This week's assignment was Hebe for his wide-angle shot of the moored ship. Both of these shots really...
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by Darren Rowse

Bright Ideas For Shooting In Midday Sun

This post on photography in bright sunshine is by Peter Carey from Hidden Creek Photo. As a previous post on...
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by Neil Creek

Photography 101 – Light and the Pinhole Camera

The following post is from Australian photographer Neil Creek who is part of the recently launched Fine Art Photoblog, and...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment This week we finished the Ayame for her ghostly picture in the shadows (which really needs to be...
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by Darren Rowse

What Camera Bag Do You Use?

One question that I've been asked a bit lately is around Camera Bags and what I recommend when it comes...
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by Neil Creek

Photography 101 – Introduction

The following post is from Australian photographer Neil Creek who is part of the recently launched Fine Art Photoblog, and...
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Leaving Space Behind Moving Subjects - Composition by Darren Rowse

Leaving Space Behind Moving Subjects – Composition

Photo by sharply_doneWhen photographing a moving subject the generally acceptable compositional rule is to place the subject in the frame...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment This week's assignment was Cemil97 for the picture of the River at the Old Forest Mill in Aarhus,...
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Low Light Digital Photography by Darren Rowse

Low Light Digital Photography

Today's tutorial on Low Light Digital Photography was submitted by Anthony Peyper. I tend to like low light photography because...
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by Darren Rowse

How do YOU Recognize a Good Photo Opportunity?

Today I want to feature another reader question as a discussion starter in a Digital Photography School Community Workshop. The...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Welcome to another week in the forum! First a big congrats to everyone who won in last month's contest. And...
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by Darren Rowse

Night Photography Tips for DSLR Users

Looking for some tips for night time photography with your DSLR? Here's a video tutorial (7 minutes) with some handy...
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by Darren Rowse

7 Clone Shots – Seeing Double…

One request that I've been getting lately from readers is for a tutorial on making clone shots (shots with the...
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