Day: June 30, 2017

Photographing Dramatic Fireworks

One of the many things we all go to see during our national holidays—as well as at many other special events—are big fireworks displays. Even though it may be pitch black out, there is no real need for special equipment to shoot fireworks. Besides a good zoom lens in the 35-120mm range, depending on how […]

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Tips from a pro: photographing fireworks with John Cornicello

Photographing fireworks with John Cornicello Seattle-based photographer John Cornicello specializes in portraits, but has been photographing fireworks for years. He’s presented a class on it for CreativeLive, and with the Fourth of July weekend upon us, we figured we’d take a look at some of the major takeaways from Cornicello’s class. For the nitty gritty […]

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Snapshot vs Virtual Copy in Lightroom

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a snapshot and a virtual copy in Lightroom? They are both options that you can use to preserve image settings, but they work in very different ways. A while back I posted an article and video titled how to create a Lightroom snapshot that briefly explained […]

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Announcing…our mid year sale! Starting with ebooks and posing guides for $9

If you’ve been eying off one of our photography eBooks, courses or presets packs – this week you’re in luck because today we kick off our mid year sale where we’ll be offering you some amazing discounts on dPS products as well as some special offers from our partners. If you’re subscribed to our newsletter […]

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