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Composition Week, Day 2: Leading Lines

Monday, June 7, 2010

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Composition Week, Day 2: Leading Lines

[Editors Note: This week we have Rob Knight on a weeklong series of composition tips just for you. We’ll have one article every day continuing all the way thru Saturday!] Lines are a very important part of visual communication. Drawings, paintings, and even letters are made of lines. There a lot of ways you can […]

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Composition Week, Day 1: Rule of Thirds

Sunday, June 6, 2010

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Composition Week, Day 1: Rule of Thirds

[Editors Note: This week we have Rob Knight on a weeklong series of composition tips just for you. We’ll have one article a day starting today Sunday, and continuing all the way thru Saturday!] How much research did you do before you bought your last camera? How about the last lens you bought, or even […]

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A Few Quick Tips From Rick Atop The Great Wall of China

Thursday, May 13, 2010

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As some of you may know, Rick was in China for two weeks running an amazing photo workshop. He took a few minutes to create a video to share with you a few tips from the Great Wall of China. If you want to join Rick, myself and other pros in China next year, April […]

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Wildlife Week: Habitat

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Habitat

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] You may have heard me say over and over again that in order to make the best […]

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Wildlife Week: Connect

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Connect

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] I don’t often hear many people talk about connecting with your subject when shooting wildlife, after all […]

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Week of Wildlife Tips: Be Ready!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

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[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] I am going to start this week of wildlife photography tips with what I consider to be […]

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Lightroom Week: Filter Friday

Friday, April 2, 2010

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Lightroom Week: Filter Friday

I’ve already written about Lightroom’s Library filters (read the article HERE), so I’m going to talk about a different type of filter for Filter Friday. There is an adjustment in Photoshop called “Photo Filter”. It contains several preset colors that warm or cool your image, as well as presets for adding more dramatic colors. These […]

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Rick Shares His Top Ten Tips For Great Digital Pix

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

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In this quick video, DPE’s Rick Sammon, a.k.a. “King of the Photo One Liners,” stopped by Nations Photo Lab (http://www.nationsphotolab.com) to share his top ten photo tips with Nations’ Ashley Reeder . . . and you! Enjoy! And speaking of enjoying, enjoy this cool offer: DPE readers can get a free $50 order (prints, books […]

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Weekend Travel Tips Part 1

Friday, March 12, 2010

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Weekend Travel Tips Part 1

  Day trips are great, but taking a weekend trip for photography can be a great experience and a good way to indulge in your photographic passion for a few days. Not needing to worry about getting home in time or thinking about other commitments for later in the day can be surprisingly liberating! A […]

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5 Lightroom Quick Tips

Monday, March 8, 2010

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5 Lightroom Quick Tips

  Lightroom is a great tool for organizing your photo library, working with images and making prints and web galleries. Here are five quick tips for working with this great program. 1)  When fine-tuning any adjustment sliders, hover your mouse over the slider itself and use the up and down arrow  keys to adjust the […]

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