Category: Photography

How to Use the Patch Tool in Photoshop

The post How to Use the Patch Tool in Photoshop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sarah Hipwell. I’ll be honest: While Photoshop is full of amazing tools, there are some that I use far more than others, and some that I’ve never even touched. But out of the array of…

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How to Use Sports Mode: A Quick Guide

The post How to Use Sports Mode: A Quick Guide appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Peter West Carey. Most beginner-friendly cameras – whether DSLRs, interchangeable-lens mirrorless models, or point-and-shoot cameras – include a variety of Scene modes, such as Sports mode, as well as Portrait mode, Landscape mode, Close-up mode,…

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Shutter Speed and Landscape Photography: A Practical Guide

The post Shutter Speed and Landscape Photography: A Practical Guide appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Christian Hoiberg. In landscape photography, there are three fundamental settings to consider: the ISO, the aperture, and the shutter speed, known together as the exposure triangle. While all of these settings are equally important to…

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Choosing a Beauty Dish: What Size Is Right for Portraits?

The post Choosing a Beauty Dish: What Size Is Right for Portraits? appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by John McIntire. Beauty dishes are common and well-loved lighting modifiers. They’re particularly great for portrait photography – beauty is in the name, after all! – and they also tend to be cheaper than…

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How to Prevent Reflections When Photographing Through Windows

The post How to Prevent Reflections When Photographing Through Windows appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Leanne Cole. Have you ever wanted to take a photo through a shop window but couldn’t work out how to cut down the reflections? Or been up on an observation deck, struggling to photograph the…

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Lightroom Color Spaces: Everything You Need to Know

The post Lightroom Color Spaces: Everything You Need to Know appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Andrew S. Gibson. Color space is a technical topic. Unfortunately, it’s also essential to every photographer’s workflow. If you want to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your images when editing and that…

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K&F Concept Filters Review: A Hands-On Test of 4 Filters

The post K&F Concept Filters Review: A Hands-On Test of 4 Filters appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kav Dadfar. This article was updated in May 2024 with contributions from Kav Dadfar and Jaymes Dempsey. I’ve long been an advocate of carrying as little camera equipment as possible. In fact, most…

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7 Tips for Gorgeous Bird Photography Lighting

The post 7 Tips for Gorgeous Bird Photography Lighting appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. When I discovered bird photography for the first time, I was obsessed. I was 13 years old and on a family vacation to the seaside, so I had plenty of time to learn; I…

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A Simple Guide to Minimalist Landscape Photography

The post A Simple Guide to Minimalist Landscape Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond. Do you ever wish that your landscape photos were more striking – the kind of images that cause people to stop and stare? You might think the answer is to travel to breathtaking locations,…

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How to Create a Pep-Ventosa Inspired Still Life

The post How to Create a Pep-Ventosa Inspired Still Life appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Charlie Moss. Pep Ventosa is a Catalan artist who creates incredible images that explore the boundaries of photography. Made from multiple layers of similar photographs, they create an abstract and often surreal effect with a…

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