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How to Choose the Perfect Photography Background

The post How to Choose the Perfect Photography Background appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Choosing the perfect photography background is as important as choosing your subject. A background is usually best if it … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Computer for Photo Editing

The post How to Choose the Right Computer for Photo Editing appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Carl Spring. Buying a new computer can be a minefield. There are so many models to choose from with … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Location for Your Photo Session

The post How to Choose the Right Location for Your Photo Session appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jackie Lamas. It’s thought that clients are the ones who choose the location for their portraits, but more … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Photography Backdrop

The post How to Choose the Right Photography Backdrop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Mark C Hughes. So, you’ve picked up some strobes to help light your subjects and are in the process of setting … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Tripod for Landscape Photography

A tripod is an essential piece of equipment for a landscape photographer. Sure, you won’t always need to use it. But you’ll find yourself in situations where it can help you capture a high-quality image you wouldn’t be able to get otherwise. But … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Correct Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

Final reminder: only 1 day left to get The DSLR Crash Course at 52% Off The previous article in this four part series about moving beyond the P Mode on your DSLR explained what your camera assumes about the quantity … Continue reading

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How to Choose Between High ISO and Slow Shutter Speed

When you find yourself caught in low light conditions, do you prefer bumping up the ISO or slowing down the shutter speed? Each of these options has a benefit and a trade off of its own. High ISO introduces more … Continue reading

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SLC-OE-03: How to Choose a Softbox for your Speedlights

Umbrellas are a great first light mod: cheap, easy to use, easy to transport. But softboxes can give you more control, both in the beam's edge and with reduced light leakage. The photo above was shot with a single speedlight … Continue reading

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How to Choose Your Next Travel Photography Destination

If you’re anything like me, your love for photography is matched only by your love for travel. Your days consist of dreaming of epic landscapes, amazing cities, and unlimited air miles. Unfortunately, my friend, you have the travel photography bug, … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Color Profile For Sharing Images Online

Many people have problems with the color of their photos when they publish them online. There are several reasons why this might be so, but the most common culprits are the color space of the image and whether or not … Continue reading

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How to Choose a Lens for Night Sky Photography

There is a big distinction to be made when it comes to night sky photography, which is whether or not you plan on photographing the stars in the night sky. If you do not plan on including stars in your … Continue reading

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How to Choose Your Lightroom Export Settings for Printing

If you haven’t yet printed some of your favorite photos, trust me you are missing out on a lot. The joy and pleasure that you get by looking at the prints cannot be matched by the digital copies. This article … Continue reading

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