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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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by Darren Rowse

Digital Photography School Forum Competition Winners

Over the last month we held a competition here at DPS to celebrate our forum reaching 10,000 members (we've since...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Weekly Assignment The weather outside may still be frightful, but that was no reason not to participate in last week's...
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by Neil Creek

Rapid Composition – How to Compose a Photo Quickly

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 Darren Rowse

Last Chance to Win this Digital Camera!

In two days some lucky DPS forum member is going to win this camera! That's right - this wonderful little...
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by Darren Rowse

Twilight Photography Tips

The following post on long exposure shots after sunset was written by Matthew G. Monroe from The Global Photographer. I've...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

First things first, thanks to everyone who's stuck through us with the problems that were encountered with the forum earlier...
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by Darren Rowse

Ask a Digital Photography Question

Do you have a Digital Photography question that you'd like answered? Over the last week I've begun the process of...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Welcome to another week in the Digital Photography School forums. Let's get started! Weekly Assignment We finished an assignment on...
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12 Tips for Improving Camera Phone Photos by Darren Rowse

12 Tips for Improving Camera Phone Photos

Photo by DavyRocket We are living in a time where 'convergence' is everywhere. Gone are the days when a camera...
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Where is Your Subject Looking and Why Does it Matter? by Darren Rowse

Where is Your Subject Looking and Why Does it Matter?

When posing a portrait subject, two important questions to ask yourself include: 1. 'where are they looking?' 2. 'what impact...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

This week has been a very busy week in the forums! Let's start the weekend update by going over some...
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