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More Lessons from the Photography Masters: David Burnett and Vivian Maier
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The more you can learn about photography the better off you will be. Find out everything you can even if it doesn’t seem important to you at the time. The best way to do this is to have a close look at the masters, photographers who molded the photography world as we know it today. […]

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10 Things You Can Learn from the Pros to Help You Take Better Photos
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As a photographer, there are so many things that you learn and do on a regular basis. Creating habits in your craft is a good approach to making it become second nature. Here are a few things that most professionals do that you can incorporate into your workflow to help you take better photos. 1. […]

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Five Steps to Benefiting From Social Media Networks for Your Photography
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This article is about how I think you can use social media network sites for your best benefit. I am suggesting there is one single thing which you should concentrate on that you can get there with just five steps. As I have already suggested, I do recommend photography-centric social media networking sites. The one […]

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7 Travel Photography Tips I’ve Learned from People in the Industry
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Like any profession, over the years and countless hours of working and talking to people in the industry, you will pick up tips, advice and even things to avoid. This will ultimately help you improve and possibly make your photography business more profitable. Here are some of the main tips that I have picked up […]

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How to Remove People from Your Photos Using Photoshop
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The worst part about taking photos of monuments and city streets is that you always get cars and people blocking the architecture behind them. It can be very distractive, and they take away from the real subject. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn a technique that will allow you to quickly remove people and […]

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How to Make $500 a Month From Your Photography Hobby with Microstock
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I am an amateur photographer, but I make around $500 in revenue from my photos each month. Photography is a hobby for me, but it can be an expensive hobby at times. This money pays for photography software, computer hardware, and lenses, so the hobby I love doesn’t cost a dime. This article will discuss […]

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Switching from LEE to NiSi Filters: Was it a Mistake?
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Filters are rapidly becoming an essential piece of equipment in most photographer’s camera bag. However, as the demand grows so does the number of suppliers; Lee, NiSi, Formatt-Hitech, Wine Country Camera, and more. Choosing the right filters isn’t as easy as it sounds. High-quality filters are rarely cheap and many of us can’t afford to […]

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Happy New Year 2017 from the dPS Team
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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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Happy Holidays 2016 from the dPS Team
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Merry Christmas from the team at dPS! It’s Christmas day already in Australia where most of the team is based, and we’d like to wish you the happiest of days from all of us here at dPS. Thank you for being a regular reader and fan of dPS and for helping us to be able […]

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