Day: October 26, 2016


Nikon D750 Review

Full-frame photography used to be the preserve of professional photographers, but DSLRs like the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D610 have made it a more realistic proposition for amateur and enthusiast photographers. Nikon’s latest full-frame camera, the D750, sits above the D610 and below the Nikon D810 in the company’s range, giving enthusiasts another model […]

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How to Make a Sketch Inside a Photograph

This is one of those tutorials that’s great to play around with, maybe do it once or twice. But in the end, the thing they are great for is that they always teach you something. It may not be much, but it might help you think in a different way, or learn a skill you […]

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Sweden’s Highest Court Rules Camera-Equipped Drones Illegal

Bad news for drone owners in Sweden! The country has now effectively ban camera drones in its airspace. And if you thought you could bring your drone on your next trip to Sweden, well you better think twice unless you’ve got a permit. [ Read More ] Fstoppers Check out the Resources of Digital Photography […]

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Using Channels to Selectively Edit Your Photos

Have you ever wondered what that obscure tab called “Channels” in Photoshop does? You know, the one with black and white layers of your photograph that are anything but red, blue, or green? Turns out they do some pretty amazing things and aren’t really that hard to understand once you get familiar with them. At their […]

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Hilarious Short Film Makes a Strong Case for Unplugged Weddings

We’re all aware of the problems that come from wedding guests with DSLRs or an addiction to selfies, but perhaps never before has the issue been captured so succinctly and hilariously. “Unplugged” simultaneously shows the frustration of the modern wedding photographer and makes a strong case for guests to sit down, put their cameras and […]

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Travel Photographer Captures Gorgeous Long-Exposure Cityscapes at Night and You Can Too

Nighttime is often the right time for making dramatic images, especially if you know how to utilize long exposures to your advantage. And if you need some inspiration to give this technique a try, feast your eyes on these gorgeous shots from a British travel photographer. Mon, 10/24/2016 Ron Leach Shutterbug   Check out the […]

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7 Tips for Posing Family Portraits

Posing families and groups is one of the more intimidating feats for photographers. Working with several people of different heights and ages is certainly a challenge, but following a few posing guidelines makes the job a bit simpler. “September 2012 Family Photos” captured by Kate NG Sommers 1. Family portraits are largely about capturing relationships […]

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