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3 Factors to Think About When Composing Your Photos

The way you frame a photo is an important part of the composition. There are several key decisions to make when composing your photos: What to exclude from the frame What to include in the frame Where to place the main subject The best...Show More Summary

Uncropped Album Cover Photos Show The Bigger Image

When I was young we used to drool over albums (well not really drool, but you know what I mean). Getting a 12 inch vinyl record was not only about the music, it was also about the entire experience of ownership. Then came the CDs and cover art shrank to about 6 inches and then [...] The post Uncropped Album Cover Photos Show The Bigger Image appeared first on DIY Photography.

This Epic Storm Timelapse Will Make You Want To Get Close And Personal with A Storm

Storms are terrifying things. The shear mass and brute force of a forming storm should probably strike fear in any person seeing the clouds gather. So if you have any brains in your heads, you probably drive as fast and as far away as you can. Well, not if you are Nicolaus Wegner. In this case [...]Show More Summary

5 Quick And Dirty Photography DIY’s

We’ve all had those moments when we prepare for a shoot and pack all of our equipment but on the back of our mind we think that we are forgetting something, then we arrive to location and whadayaknow we forgot an important piece of gear. Here on DIYP we see all sorts of DIYs. From professional looking [...]Show More Summary

Budget Mitakon 42.5mm f/1.2 offered by ZY optics for M43, Sony E and Fuji X systems

Chinese lens designer and manufacturer Shenyang ZhongYi Optical and Electrical Company has launched a new 42.5mm f/1.2 lens that is capable of covering an APS-C imaging sensor. Priced $359, and available initially in the Micro Four Thirds...Show More Summary

Lenovo Enters Fitness Tracker Race

Lenovo's first dive into activity tracking is a wristband that monitors exercise, sleep and heart rate, and it acts as a key for your PC.

Finding the Balance: Capturing Memories Versus Making Memories

I am more than a little obsessed with capturing and preserving memories for my family. We have a photo wall that’s regularly updated. We print photo books, both from Instagram and of photos from my “real” camera. My girls know that twice...Show More Summary

Nikon D3200 Review: Virtual Photography Studio Review

How can you take the perfect picture using a low-end camera? You cannot! Good photography needs a good camera. A good camera needs a thoughtful mind, not dummies, it needs an expert or a future expert. A while ago we gave you the Canon EOS Rebel t3i review and now it’s time for another review […]

Poignant Portrait Series Show Shelter Dogs Moments Before They Are Euthanized

Taiwanese photographer,Yun-Fei Tou, has been working on a portrait project which focuses on very heartbreaking subject matter. Memento Mori introduces viewers to shelter dogs in the last hours of the dogs life. All of the dogs, some healthy, some victims of severe neglect, are unknowingly waiting to be euthanized by one of the government run pounds in [...]Show More Summary

10 Tips to Help You Grow as an Artist in Photography

Over the past few days, I’ve thought about what’s helped me become a better photographer over the years. It’s a constant journey, and developing as an artist is a never ending pursuit that extends beyond owning any camera. In addition...Show More Summary

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