Beginner Photography

  • What is Pixel Vignetting?

    Vignetting can be either a curse or a blessing to photographers, but either way, it's inevitable. This article describes the causes of one type of vignetting that you can't avoid, pixel vignetting, and why there isn't much you can do about...
    By allychevalier June 27, 2011 

  • Choosing Viewpoints when Photographing Landscapes and People

    When photographing landscapes with people, it is important to find the correct viewpoint. If you choose the right viewpoint for the picture, you are able to use the people in the picture to add details to the image.
    By AlyssaAst June 26, 2011 

  • Tips for Buying a Camera for Your Online Store

    Tired of taking bad images for your online store? Looking for a way to upgrade their look? Learn some buying tips for digital cameras that will be used for an online store.
    By Misty Faucheux June 26, 2011 


  • Common Digital Photography Terms

    Many common digital photography terms can be confusing when you first hear them. It can be difficult to distinguish what the terms mean. Despite the fact the terms sound complicated, there are actually simple definitions for the photography terms.
    By AlyssaAst June 26, 2011 

  • Selling Photographs on Redbubble.com

    This is a basic overview of Rebubble.com - a service for photographers who are interested in browsing artwork or selling their own photos.
    By Paul R. Giunta June 26, 2011 

  • How to Master Pet Photography

    Anything having to do with pets is big business. But are you ready to take advantage of the pet business? Learn how to do pet photography here!
    By Misty Faucheux June 26, 2011 


  • Shoot, See & Speak More: 3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Photography

    There are easier and less expensive ways to improve your photography than shopping for more gear. Sometimes you just need to remember to shoot more, see more, and speak more.
    By Stephen Ip June 24, 2011 

  • Sunshine on a Cloudy Day: Outdoor Photography Tips

    When you are outside of the studio, you'll be subject to dynamic conditions. The climate and weather can have a big impact on the way pictures turn out. Be prepared and learn how to deal with cloudy days.
    By Shawn S. Lealos June 9, 2011 

  • What to Look for in a Secondhand DSLR Camera

    Are you thinking of purchasing a new SLR but you don't have the budget for an expensive one? Well, with secondhand cameras, you will surely find a good bargain! Here are some tips and tricks on buying a used digital camera.
    By Sah June 9, 2011 

  • What Are the Characteristics of a Great Lens?

    The best digital camera lens for your DSLR will vary from brand to brand, but there are definitely some things you should look for regardless of who makes your camera. This article gives you all the advice you need on how to pick a lens you can be proud...
    By Jonathan Wylie June 1, 2011 
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