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These Many Photography Links Will Overwhelm You

These Many Photography Links Will Overwhelm You

Another terrific week in the world of photography has passed by once again, and we find Toad Hollow Photography searching all corners of the internet seeking links to tutorials, special features, great photography and interesting blogs. This week’s list features a hand-picked selection of pieces posted by truly gifted writers and artists from all over.

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How to Use Selective Focus for More Creative Images

How to Use Selective Focus for More Creative Images

Ansel Adams and his work remain central to photography discussions; he’s been a source of inspiration and emulation for generations of photography enthusiasts and professionals, even now in the digital age. There are a number of elements that we closely associate with Adams’ style, including the way he used depth of field.

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Mike Brodie’s Photographs of Freight Train Hitchhikers are Mesmerising

Mike Brodie’s Photographs of Freight Train Hitchhikers are Mesmerising

In 2004, Mike Brodie began documenting his travels – that of hitchhiking freight trains. Depicted against a constant backdrop of movement, the soulful and intimate photographs bring with them a rawness rarely seen. His journeys have seen him travel more than 50,000 miles and crisscross 46 US states.

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What You Need to Know About Adobe’s DNG File Format

What You Need to Know About Adobe’s DNG File Format

Over the last few years, RAW files have become the norm in digital photography, giving the photographer a significant increase of the control of their images as well as improved image quality. This wasn’t always the case, in the early days of digital photography, which in fact was only the first few years of the new millennium, RAWs were unwieldy, large files that were difficult to post process.

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Ed Verosky Wants to Make You a Better Photographer. Here’s What We Think of That

Ed Verosky Wants to Make You a Better Photographer. Here’s What We Think of That

Photography is many things — a profession for some, a hobby for others, a fascinating mingling of art and science; but, perhaps more than anything, photography is a learning experience. And like anything in life, there is always room for growth and improvement, always room for new ideas. Even the most experienced photographers recognize the […]

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These Cool Photography Goodies from Around the Web Are All on Discount Right Now

These Cool Photography Goodies from Around the Web Are All on Discount Right Now

With lots of photography deals happening around the web, you are very likely to miss many of them. In an effort to keep you updated with the best deals out there, here is this week’s collection of some that we could find.

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How to Get Started With Light Painting

How to Get Started With Light Painting

One of the most important things you can do for yourself as a photographer is to have fun. Whether photography serves as a source of income or is a weekend hobby, the quest to create art can be a drain on your ability to remain internally motivated. You can alleviate much of that self-imposed anxiety […]

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A Photographer’s Guide to Lisbon

A Photographer’s Guide to Lisbon

Lisbon is regarded as being one of the oldest cities in the world, pre-dating the Roman Empire. It has a population of over 3 million people yet seems to retain a friendly, small city feel. With its historic architecture, quaint trams yet also modern, progressive architecture, Lisbon is an ideal playground for Europe-based photographers.

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30 Awesome Photography Links From Around the Web

30 Awesome Photography Links From Around the Web

As another week passes us by Toad Hollow Photography has been looking high and low on the internet for the very best links to tutorials, features, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone. This week’s comprehensive list contains a handful of terrific tutorials and special features as well as a great selection of photography from some of the world’s finest artists.

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What Can Photographers Learn from the Classic Rules of Composition?

What Can Photographers Learn from the Classic Rules of Composition?

Composition, composition, composition! That word has no doubt been drilled into your head by a photography instructor or by every article or book you’ve ever read or by your photographer friend who won’t shut up about it. Composition.

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