Saturday, April 10, 2010

DPS (Digital Photography School)

I get a lot of questions about photography and post processing. A LOT. I am by no means an expert on the topic, and I consider myself a student in the craft. I do have opinions on cameras and what I've tried, classes I've taken, and what has worked for me. Digital Photography School is a website that I always recommend to everyone. There is always something that everyone can learn--from beginners and experienced photographers alike.

Digital Photography School is a website I've loved and referred to for quite some time. The short and sweet bullet-point tuitorials are the best. I love that I've learned the most random gems from reading their website--and I hope you find it helpful too. Here are a few of my favorites:

Ten Tips to Take Great Family Portraits

How to Take Great Group Photos

Ten Deadly Post Processing Sins

18 Exceptionally Useful Photoshop Shortcuts

How to Choose Your Next Camera--What and Where to Buy

Three Lenses Every Photographer Should Own

I know learning can sometimes be overwhelming, but the way in which these are laid out, you are sure to pick up at least a tip here and there. I hope you give it a try!!
Enjoy your weekend!!


em said...

These are so great. Thank you! I am terrible at editing. I don't know how to do much at all!!

Julie said...

thanks for all the info!

Susi said...

Thanks so much for the info. My husband purchased me a Reble T1i for Christmas and I've barely touched it.

Jewel said...

Thanks for the great resource! Also, love your new profile photo.

Jennifer said...

I'm not a photographer but, LOVE taking photos! Thanks for the tip on the website! I'll be checking it out!

pickmepam said...

oh, kelli has the cutest boys...ok, not as cute as mine...or maybe yours.....don't tell her i said that.....

jamie said...

that photo is just gorgeous! really. great job.
thanks for the heads up on this site.