The post Tips for using the negative space in photography to create stunning images first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Sandra Roussy. "I fill in all negative spaces wi
The post 5 Tips for product photography to improve your images first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Charlie Moss. Product photography: you have probably heard that it is diff
The post An easy hack to shoot in the sun and process the images first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Adam Welch. Whether you are photographing landscapes, street photography
Anyone who has ever seen a news clip has probably seen the signs of image blur. This fuzzy gray opaque covering that is applied to all faces of those who have not agreed to show their faces, sheds the
The post How to Replace Colors in Your Images Using Photoshop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy. Have you ever taken a photograph and wondered what it woul
When you think of filters in photography, your first thought might be those specialized glass pieces you affix to the end of your lens. Most of these filters serve a specific purpose (e.g. a polarizi
Focus on autofocus – this article goes out to all my fellow focus-obsessed shooters who strive for consistently tack-sharp images no matter what the scene, subject matter, or lighting situation.
A tripod is a crucial piece of gear for all photographers, however much more so for individuals who are hooked on taking pictures blurry long exposure images on the blue hour like myself (I primaril