Day: January 8, 2017

Underwater Photography 101

Lying beneath the water’s surface is a world of opportunity that photographers are only just beginning to explore. The images produced by submerged cameras appeal to sports photojournalists and fine artists alike, who can experiment with suspending subjects in gravity defying poses and positions. With the right set of tools, techniques, and creative ideas, underwater […]

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Happy New Year 2017 from the dPS Team

The team at dPS including myself, all the writers, management, web guys, customer support, and everyone that makes dPS run – would all like to wish you a Happy New Year! By Jeff Krause We’re honored to provide you with quality photography articles, tips and tricks and informative review and tutorials each and every day. […]

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Canon EF-M 18-150 F3.5-6.3 IS STM real-world sample gallery

The Canon EF-M 18-150mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM is a travel zoom for the company’s mirrorless cameras. It’s equivalent to 28.8-240mm when attached to an EF-M mount camera, such as the EOS M5 that we used for this gallery. Click the images above to open the gallery and see how the lens performed at the Disneyland Resort and […]

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How to Manage a Fussy Baby During a Newborn Photography Session

If you’ve ever tried photographing a newborn, you can appreciate how important it is to have a sleepy baby for your session. Some well-known tricks to encourage a baby to fall asleep include keeping the room very warm, playing white noise, and making sure the baby has a full belly. Newborns operate on a schedule […]

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How I Learned to Separate Details

A few weeks ago, I visited Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera in Barcelona Spain, which in 1984 was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. It was the last civil work designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudi, who was the best-known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. When visiting La Pedrera, I walked onto the […]

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