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Posts Tagged ‘digital photography tip’

Digital Photography Tip: 6 Ways to Resize Your Photos

Often you must resize your digital images for use in publications or on websites. Sometimes the buyer will give you very specific instructions about what to send. But if you don’t have that guidance, here are the rules of thumb I rely on: For print media (magazines, newspapers, newsletters) — Deliver electronic images at 300 […]

Digital Photography Tip: How to Make the Most of Motion

I have had the opportunity to shoot a number of sporting events, from professional basketball to skiing, even the Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada. During these events, I have used a number of techniques to express a sense of motion in photographs.  Panning is one of them. Digital Photography Tip: Panning Panning is a photographic […]

Digital Photography Tip: Where to Crop Your Photos

I learned a lot today. I’m in Charleston, South Carolina at our photography workshop and, like our participants here, found myself scribbling pages of notes about digital photography tips as professional photographers Riley Caton and Shelly Perry spoke. Riley’s pictures have appeared in all sorts of illustrious publications — the New York Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine, […]

Digital Photography Tip: How to Make Your Subject Pop

One of the most effective ways to catch a viewer’s eye with your photo is to put the main subject in sharp focus and blur the background. In technical terms, this makes use of “depth-of-field.” Let me show you what I mean. Take a look at this picture submitted for December’s photo contest: What makes […]

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