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|How to Batch Resize Your Images Quickly Using Photoshop|
While it’s relatively easy to write an Action to resize a series of images in Photoshop, it’s easier still to get Photoshop to do all the work for you. Photoshop comes with an image processor script that will open, resize, and save a series of images for you – very quickly. Here are the steps […]
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|Weekly Photography Challenge – Doorways|
This week’s photography topic for our weekly challenge is DOORWAYS! I’m a big fan of photographing doorways. There is so much mystery behind them. They are an opening to other possibilities and secret worlds… Post a picture of a doorway, or peering through one. Check out some of the articles below that give you tips […]
|How to Make Easy and Affordable DIY Food Photography Backdrops|
In this helpful video by Joanie Simon of The Bite Shot, she explains how to do DIY Food Photography Backdrops that are both affordable and easy. Costing you less than US$30 per backdrop! ?? Before beginning, please be sure to use your spray paints outdoors and always paint in a well-ventilated area. Things you will need: […]
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|Photoshop Smart Objects for Beginners|
When editing in Photoshop, it is nice to know how the edits affect your image. Edits that you make directly to an image write over the original image. Edits also change its pixels. The opposite of editing directly is the practice of non-destructive editing. This is where the edits on the image are on […]
|Photography Hot Spots – Love ‘em or Hate ‘em?|
I hear much maligning these days about photography hot spots. You know them, they are the places photographers seem to flock to Mesa Arch, Tunnel View, Horseshoe Bend, Kjeragbolten (that rock wedged between two other rocks in Norway), etc… The list goes on an on and they tend to be natural wonders. Although, cityscapes are certainly […]
|How to Use Creative Aperture to Maximum Effect|
One of the most powerful controls on your camera is the aperture setting. It’s so useful that a good proportion of photographers utilize aperture priority as their primary setting, allowing them to quickly change this setting for creative aperture use. So what are the ways you can use aperture to get creative photos? There are […]
|How To Plan Astrophotography With The Photopills App|
One of the most important lessons that astrophotography has taught me is the importance of planning. I’m a huge advocate of planning your photos in advance, no matter what your subject may be. With most genres of photography, you can wing it and still come home with some great photos. With astrophotography, you’re a lot […]
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|Introducing New dPS Managing Editor – Caz Nowaczyk|
Some of our regular readers may have noticed a new byline on our Weekly Challenge posts recently, and the absence of Darlene Hildebrandt. We announced a while back that after 5 years Darlene was moving on from dPS to focus on her own business – an exciting move for her. From Darlene: I’m honored […]
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|4 of the Best Lenses for Creative Dog Photography|
It’s now estimated that of the 12 million households in the UK, 44% have pets. This equates to approximately 51 million pets owned. Of those, 9 million are dogs and 8 million are cats. With dogs and cats recognized as legitimate members of our families, just like our children, it’s no wonder we want to […]
|How to Duotone a Photograph in Photoshop|
There is an incredible array of color in our world, so it’s no wonder that it plays such a significant role in photography. However, have you ever considered narrowing your pallet down to just two colors? A duotone image is just that – an image made up of two individual tones. A duotone scheme can […]