Still life photography is the depiction of inanimate subject matter, most typically a small grouping of objects. Still life photography, more so than other types of photography, such as landscape or portraiture, gives the photographer more leeway in the arrangement of design elements within a composition.
Earlier today I shared a bunch of flower photos to brighten your day. I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t like flowers, even the roughest toughest guys can appreciate nature’s beauty and splendour. The weekly photography challenge is flowers. Now of course it’s your turn. Go find some flowers and photograph them. Go for a […] The post Weekly Photography Chal […]
Over the last few weeks I’ve been featuring different colors as the weekly theme. To change it up a bit this week, and enjoy every last minute that summer brings us, I’ve rounded up some lovely cheery flower photos for you. Who doesn’t like a good flower photo? They’re colorful, have lots of textures, maybe […] The post A Collection of Cheery Flower Photos t […]
There is something magical about seeing a subject up close and personal. This opens up a whole new world of options for you as a photographer. Close-up photography, or macro photography, can be a very rewarding form of photographic expression. The great thing about it is that you can do this from your basement at […] The post Getting Started Guide to Macro o […]
Pick up Oded’s new SnapnGuide (a dPS sister company) Snapn Travel here for only $7, a lifetime of travel memories in a snap. Traveling is fun and rewarding, but sharing memories of your journeys with friends, family, and the world through your own beautiful images can be even better. Here are 20 more tips for […] The post 20 More Photography Tips Every Trave […]
Chromatic aberration is a phenomenon caused by distortion of the lens. Basically, it is a failure of the lens to focus all the colors to the same convergence point. The effect can be generally seen in dark edges adjacent to bright areas of an image; it looks like an out-of-focus ghost of magenta or purple […] The post How to Fix Chromatic Aberration in Light […]