Day: August 26, 2017

Everything You Need to Know About the Nikon D850

Now that the Nikon D850 has been officially announced, it is time to take a closer look at the camera’s features. Nikon has introduced a number of great features with the D850 that we have never seen on other Nikon DSLR before, so I thought it would be a good idea to write a separate […]

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Photo of the week: An epic dancer shoot in an inverted room

A month ago, I got in touch with my old friends over at Little Boxes Theater—a recreational performance art/photography studio in San Francisco—about shooting a fun personal project. Since I love to fabricate things in my workshop for shoots, I asked if they’d be up for collaborating on something along those lines. Aaron Simunovich (one […]

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4 Key Ways to Take Better Photographs

Relevant reminder: only a few days left for the launch sale on Essential Photography Skills “I share my own method.” – Ben Evans Did you know that you can benefit from the army’s way of doing things? Specifically by adopting their use of SOPs, or Standard Operating Procedures. These train the soldier to react automatically […]

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7,000 Free Photography Tutorials – Here’s our Best 20!

This week on dPS we published our 7,000th post here on the Digital Photography School blog. I started this site back in April 2006 because my friends – who had all just bought new DSLRs – kept asking me the same questions about how to use their new gear to its potential. Instead of answering […]

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Watch From Space as Lightning Lights Up the Moon’s Shadow During the Eclipse

Where did you watch the eclipse? I thought I had a pretty good view, standing on a 180-foot terrace overlooking a forest with the city skyline in the background. It turns out that was nothing compared to the view from the perspective of space. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out […]

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