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Weekly Photography Challenge – Blue Hour
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Blue hour is the time of day after sunset (and just before sunrise) when the sky still has some color it and it’s not pure black. This is the number one tip for shooting night photography – don’t shoot at night! If you want a dark, deep blue sky – shoot at blue hour. This […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Hit the Streets
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Street photography is an interesting genre of photography. In some ways it sees quite simple – all you need is a camera lens and your own two feet to do it. Yet in other ways, it can be quite hard and complicated. How can you keep moving subjects in sharp focus? Do you even want […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Play with Your Food
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Your mother may have told  you not to play with your food, but this week you have our permission. Shot I did in New Orleans – very famous coffee and donuts. I recently shared some video tutorials with food photography tips – check those out if you need help. Here are some other dPS articles […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Sunrise Sunset
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Shooting the sunset or sunrise is a great way to come back with spectacular images. This week it’s time to get out there at dawn or dusk and make some magic. Sunset in Nicaragua. If you need some tips to help you on this one you can find a good video here and links to […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Light Painting
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Earlier I rounded up a couple videos on how to do two very different styles of light painting. You can see them here. Below are two images of my own where you can see the two different techniques and the results. In this image, I have light painted the building with a regular flashlight. This […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Worm’s Eye View
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Last week you had to get up high and look down. Now it’s time to get down low, right on the ground if you can – and shoot from the ant’s perspective. Photo by Sebastian Unrau on Unsplash Weekly Photography Challenge – Get Down! This is sometime’s called a worm’s eye view (opposite bird’s eye view). The world […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – View From Above
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If you’ve already looked at this article from earlier on tips for drone photography, you’ll already be in the mood for this challenge. But you don’t need a drone to participate – just a high vantage point, looking down. Are you “up” for it? Photo by Jonathan Pendleton on Unsplash Weekly Photography Challenge – View from Above This […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Childhood
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What does childhood mean to you? This could be photos of children, their small hands, or the things associated with that time of life like crayons, rubber boots and puddles, frogs, toys, old photos, and so many other things. Crayons are for kids – or are they? Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash Weekly Photography Challenge – Childhood Let’s […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Travel Photos
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Going anywhere exciting soon? Or have you recently gotten back from a trip? Now is your chance to share your travel photos! Weekly Photography Challenge – Travel Photos Credit: Photo by Tomo Nogi on Unsplash Share your images below: Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get […]

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