Photography Tips & Tutorials
by Darren Rowse

How Many Images Do You Shoot Per Week?

It's time for another reader question. How many images do you shoot per week? I know it'll be a little...
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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Last week we reached 5,500 members in the forum, and this week reached 50,000 posts! That's a lot of photographs,...
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Simplify Your Images

A Quick Tip for Today - Simplify Your Images Many images suffer as a result of there being too much...
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See Digital Photography School on Your Google Homepage

I've received quite a few requests from new readers asking how they can track Digital Photography School via their personalized...
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Use a High ISO to Create Grainy Shots

Today we're going to continue our Breaking the Rules of Photography series by suggesting you experiment with a high ISO....
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

We passed 5,500 members this week in the forums! So the questions are flowing, and we're getting a chance to...
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Taking Unfocused Photos

Beautifully sharp and detailed images are something we all aspire for in the majority of our shots - I know...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

We had a really busy week in the forums this week reaching over 5,300 members! So here are some of...
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by Darren Rowse

Do You Have a PhotoBlog?

It's been a couple of weeks since we had a DPS reader question - so here's one for the weekend....
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Overcoming Depth of Field Problems in Portraits

"Can you help me with a recurring problem I seem to be having in my portrait shots? I've noticed lately...
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Photographing Strangers – New Assignment

Strangers. Head over now and see what others are submitting for a little inspiration and then head out this week...
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Experiment with Different Framings with Portraits

In a similar way to our previous post on breaking the rule of 'Active Space' when photographing moving subjects -...
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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

This week we had a few problems at the forum with people being receiving e-mails about being locked out of...
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Ignore the ‘Active Space’ Rule for Moving Subjects

Another rule of composition that we've talked about previously is creating Active Space for moving subjects to move into. The...
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Break the Rule of Thirds

Photo by straightfinder The good old 'rule of thirds' makes a lot of sense in many types of photography (if...
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Win a Wallhog in Our New Competition!

Last month's forum competition was a great success so we decided to do another along the same lines. The Prize...
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Winners of Cam-Pod Competition by Darren Rowse

Winners of Cam-Pod Competition

Last month we ran a competition over in the Cam-Pods to four random forum participants. All you had to do...
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Hold Your Camera on an Angle

This post belongs to our series of posts on breaking rules of photography to get great images. One of the...
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by Nicole

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums

Another week, another weekend update from the Digital Photography School Forums. Assignments This week we finished the transportation assignment and...
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Travel Photography Tips

Here's a quick Video with 10 Travel Photography Tips. Most of them are just good basic tips for all types...
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Model Releases - A Primer by Darren Rowse

Model Releases – A Primer

Do I need to get a model release when photographing people? How do I put together a model release? What...
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10 Tips For A Great Photowalk

This guest post has been submitted by Trevor Carpenter from Photowalking.org who I asked to give us an introductory post...
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