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How to do a Themed Photo Walk to Break out of a Photography Rut
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In simple terms, the more photographs you take, the more experience you gain. As they say, “the more the clicks, the better the pics”. It seems like an inevitable formula, right? But like many things, it’s easier said than done. Maintaining a constant flow of photographic material, let alone inspiration is hard work. The dreaded […]

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Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate
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Win a $500 gift card and a Corel software package – PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate, AfterShot Pro 3, VideoStudio Ultimate X10 and ParticleShop. Boom! Enter the Corel “Colors of Fall” photography contest today! Over the last few years here at dPS, we’ve run very some very popular competitions with our partners to give away some […]

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How to Plan a Street Photography Shoot When Traveling
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Street photography is normally a very open and free-form photography genre, but sometimes because we are traveling it’s better to plan a shoot rather than relying on luck. Fortune, they say, favors the prepared, and when all you have is a few hours in a new land, better get ready to make the most of […]

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5 Non-Gear Related Ways to Improve Your Work and Take Better Photos
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I have lost track of the number of times I have heard complete strangers compliment me on having a great fancy camera that takes “great pictures”. Initially, I used to be quick to the defense and try and get a word in on how I am a professional photographer and hence have some level of […]

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Review and Field Test of G-Technology G-Drive ev ATC Portable Hard Drives
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As photographers, keeping our data safe is of the utmost importance. Being able to trust your hard drives to work and survive all types of conditions and hardships is something to consider. As a wildlife photographer, I often find myself out in the elements, and when traveling, my gear has to put up with the […]

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Tips for Why and How to do Wildlife Photography at Eye-Level
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Wildlife photography is all about creating a connection with the subject and with your audience. One of the key components of your wildlife images is how well they capture the audience’s attention. One of the most effective ways to do that is to try and get down and shoot at eye-level with the subject. Please […]

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