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  • Viewfinder or LCD screen? Bet Cartier-Bresson would've gone LCD!

    by Alamourus | 15th of December, 2012

    Just got the new Canon M shipped in from Hong Kong (no shipping, tax or duty charges!) and it has no viewfinder. For a lot of people, that is a big omission and it weighed heavily on my mind before I decided to purchase it. I've had compacts before and they are ok but... More
  • Night Photography – Shooting images at Night in low light

    by Suyerry | 12th of December, 2012

    Night Photography – Shooting images at Night in low light Its Christmas time and if you are like me you want to get out at night and get some images of the lights this time of year. I did some research to help me get better at shooting Night Photography and I found... More
  • Winter is starting

    by Cristalloid | 19th of November, 2012

    So, summer has ended and winter is coming.... I did my first snow shoe hiking tour this year... Enjoy! See Article
  • Used Canon 6D

    by Chanevy | 8th of November, 2012

    I was poking around on Amazon.com. They have used 6D's at a significant discount. There is more information at Fun Photography They are advertised as like new and it is hard to see how they could have much use on them. I know some people have been anxious to get... More
  • BIG panoramas

    by Cristalloid | 8th of November, 2012

    Hi everyone! I just created a new collection. It contains some big panoramas that can be used for big prints, posters, calendars etc... Here is the link: BIG panoramas If somebody wants his or her image to be included into this collection, please don't hesitate... More
  • After the Election...Christmas!

    by Peanutroaster | 6th of November, 2012

    It's been a long election season here in the USA. Now election day is here and I'll be relieved when its over even if it takes days to count up the votes. It seems to have a strangle hold on the country's ability to think about anything else. No doubt retailers are ready... More
  • Wide panoramas

    by Vogonify | 2nd of November, 2012

    Panoramas are very interesting when it comes to landscape photography. There is a sense of grandeur about them and the wide format makes them compelling. I have had a fascination for panoramas since a long time. There are many ways to create them and some of the most powerful... More
  • This week Featured photographer

    by Gmargittai | 2nd of November, 2012

    Hello fellow photographers, Take a look who joined DT a few month ago and now is the featured photographer. The world famous Joseph Sohm. He may be submitting images I presume just like the rest of us and maybe, who knows, some get rejected on grounds of "distorted pixels"... More
  • Why writing a photography blog will make you a better photographer

    by Mike2focus | 1st of November, 2012

    If you want to improve you photography skills, blogging on the subject of photography will help you to stay active in the pursuit of continuing to educate yourself. In effect, it will force you to keep learning. Gathering content for your blog, in itself, will be an excellent... More
  • My Autumn images

    by Billysiew | 31st of October, 2012

    Now is still Autumn season in North earth. I want to share you some of my Autumn images. Hope you like these images: See Article
  • Tip - Keep a photo wishlist

    by Enigmacypher | 16th of October, 2012

    One of the more helpful (and non technical) tips I have been given is to keep a list of shots that I want to take. This helps me ensure that I am able to get the shots that are important to me when it comes time for a specific shoot (be it a family photo walk or a paid... More
  • Addressing all happy Canon users

    by Alexsleepy | 3rd of October, 2012

    Hello, Last month i decided i wanted to part from my old Canon 400D and its kit lens. Now I face one big decision: which Canon body should become my "new partner in crime"? At the moment my options are the follwing: 1. Canon 7D 2. Canon 5D mark II 3. Canon 6D (which... More
  • Living history moments by CathConvey

    by Cathconvey | 25th of September, 2012

    That’s a pity that in 1812 photography did not exist yet, otherwise we would be able to see Napoleon Bonaparte saluting its soldiers or Russian army fighting on Borodino battlefield. Though there’re no pictures of this, we still can imagine how it was – thanks to history... More
  • Visit France thanks to DT - 6

    by Astormfr | 25th of September, 2012

    Here is the number 6 of the "Visit France" series! Once again it is Etretat city in Normandy where I spent my summer holidays. Here is a google map link so that you can see where it is: Google map link to Etretat in France Below are: - The famous arch in the... More
  • Scuba Diving In Verzasca RIver, Ticino, Switzerland

    by Akulamatiau | 20th of September, 2012

    Since reading an article in the internet about the clear water of Verzasca River in Ticino, Switzerland, I have wanted to go there to shoot some pictures. I live in Geneva so the trip took me about 5 hours to reach Lavertezzo, the place where they say the water is so clear... More
  • It's the economy stupid!

    by Peanutroaster | 19th of September, 2012

    I made these images with the U.S. election season in mind and the state of the struggling economy. Whether you're skiddish about the stock market, investments or your retirement account or if you're a fat cat with money stored in hidden offshore accounts, the idea of hiding... More
  • Photokina summary

    by Bradcalkins | 17th of September, 2012

    If you pay attention to photo news, there are a lot of new cameras and technology coming out ahead of the Photokina 2012 Show this week. Here is a quick round up and my take on what is interesting for stock photography. If anything, this is the year of the full frame enthusiast... More
  • The most beautiful place I've seen

    by Axelldotcom | 13th of September, 2012

    So, this summer I made a trip in my own country Romania, visiting places I've never been before. And on the forst day of the trip I landed at The Muddy Volcanoes. It is a site you need to see in a lifetime. It's simply amazing. And as I am a lucky guy, I arived there a half... More
  • Tips for novice tripod users

    by Chanevy | 9th of September, 2012

    I never used a tripod until I started shooting stock. I made some silly mistakes when I started shooting with one, and some of the tips I have read for my photo class include silly things that I managed to get right. This is a compilation of tips for novice tripod users... More
  • The beauty of farming

    by Miraclemoments | 8th of September, 2012

    There is a certain calm and peacefulness when visiting farmlands at the golden hour. The last of the birds are leaving the fields, the evening breeze has come up and gently move the wheat as it blows. The canola in full bloom attract a mass of insect activity. The... More

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