Day: February 11, 2017

How to do Multiple Exposures In-Camera

Combining two or more exposures into a single image is a technique that almost certainly began as an accident (much like photography itself). When using early film cameras, it was all too easy to press the shutter button while forgetting to change the plate – a faux pas that was generally rewarded with an overexposed […]

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The people and the sights of WPPI 2017

The people and the sights of WPPI 2017 This year’s Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) conference took place in Las Vegas from February 6th through the 9th, and DPReview was there. While we did see a few surprise announcements at this show, WPPI is chiefly an opportunity for industry leading photographers to showcase their […]

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Improving Your Photos Without Buying More Gear

If you want to take your photos to another level, camera equipment is a natural place to look. It’s a very tangible part of photography; we work with our gear constantly. In fact, new equipment often does help you capture certain photos more easily, or it improves the technical quality of the images you take. […]

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A Photography Project About Diversity and Equality: ‘I Am None of This’

The notion that “race has no basis in reality” is at the forefront of the thought-provoking “I Am None of This” campaign by London-based portrait photographer, Slater King. King’s insightful views on society and the primitive assumptions which people have about others (based on race) are reflected beautifully though his eye-opening body of work. [ […]

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