Getting the perfect Light for a mans portrait
Sep11

Getting the perfect Light for a mans portrait

Tweet This article is a guest post by Joel Dryer, check out more info about Joel at the bottom of the page. In this blog post we are going to take a behind the scenes look at an editorial men’s fashion spread, and look at some tips for establishing precise light ratios using a light meter. The shoot was held on location at a local area builder’s office. The office provided the perfect backdrop for the shoot, but did not...

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The never ending war: Canon vs. Nikon

Tweet Photographer Tony Northrop put together a video with one of the hottest debate that even rivals the Mac vs. PC debate. He takes a very detailed and in-depth look at the debate and goes through everything about the two solutions. He doesn’t just look at 2 bodies compared against each other but also looks at their main lineup of bodies along with lenses and flashes. Overall it’s a really well put together video and...

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Some of our top Photography articles
Sep05

Some of our top Photography articles

Tweet We do tend to post a lot of Post production articles on the site and have some really useful tips and tricks for Lightroom and Photoshop but also have a ton of articles on photography shooting tips, lighting ideas and other articles to help you take better photos. Here are 8 of our top past Photo tips that you might have missed: 1) An intro to digital infrared photography 2) Tips for long exposure photography Image by Jakob...

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New book – The Essential Guide to Black And White Photography

Tweet DPS released a new eBook today, The Essential Guide to Black And White Photography. Digital Photography School always produces some solid eBooks that have good examples and are easy to follow along to learn a specific subject. There books are always backed by a money back guarantee so if you want to learn more about Black and White photography check it out. It’s 127 pages and covers the following topics on Black and White...

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Whats your dream?

Tweet As artists we are all big dreamers. Today I wanted to take a quick break from the normal tutorial type articles and how to’s and get to know everyone and what your dreams are for your photography. For me my photography dreams continue to evolve over the years. When I was in college I dreamed about working for national geographic or another big magazine and traveling the world telling stories. Once I finished college and...

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15 Tips for Wedding Photography
Jun08

15 Tips for Wedding Photography

Tweet I am excited today to release our 2nd eBook on the site “15 Tips for Wedding Photography” today! This eBook focuses on 15 tips for people getting into wedding photography to help you take your photography to the next level. After shooting weddings professionally for over 15 years there is one thing I know about weddings, expect the unexpected. A good wedding photographer has to be skilled in many different types of...

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