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Getting a new camera for a gift and don't know the first thing about photography? No worries. We have you covered with some basic rules of shooting.
Love the look of images with a soft, defocused background? Achieving that look is simpler than you think. Check out our pro tips for creating that professional look.
If you think shooting action shots is only for the pros, think again. Check out our tips on how to take action shots with your point and shoot camera.
Interested in being a newborn photographer, but don't know where to start? Here are some basic tips to help you on the road to success with your first newborn sessions.
Want a broad understanding of a camera brand's strengths and weaknesses? Here's our market analysis.
Which one should you choose--a zoom lens or a prime lens? The decision may be harder than you think.
I love Pinterest just as much as the next DIYing, picture taking, pin obsessed person. But when it comes to professional photography I have a few bones to pick...
Today's Photo Tip focuses on the basics of your camera --learning what that shooting mode dial is all about.
Photographing fireworks can be a test of patience and skill. That's why we're bringing you this Friday photo tip just in time for the Fourth of July.
We decided to start off this series with a different vantage point than one generally does when taking pictures...from the ground up.
Create mood and emotion in your imagery with silhouette photography. It's one of the easiest types, too. Check out a few easy steps.
Having a baby is a photography inspiration for many moms and dads. Check out 10 tips for photographing your new baby.
We get asked this question on a daily basis. Read on to see how to make this decision.
Check out TG's tips for budding photogs on how to manage and organize your photos.
Getting stuck in a photographic rut is easy if you have been shooting for a while. Check out our simple steps to re-ignite the creative spark.
That little button on the back of your DSLR is labeled WB and you have no idea what that means or what to do with it. We are here to[...]
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should! High ISOs are readily available on most modern cameras, but knowing when to use them is vital to great imagery.
Have you ever gotten so caught up in creating the perfect shot that you lose the emotion of the image? If so, you are not alone.
Want to add some interest to your images? Try playing with the sun by including lens flare in your photos. The results can be very intriguing.
DCR is introducing a new series called Friday Photo Tips. This series is designed to help inspire and teach you photography skills.