Friday, 2 August 2013

What is the most valuable lesson you've learned as a photographer?

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What is the most valuable lesson you've learned as a photographer? It's an interesting question because, as we've found here at Digital Camera World, no matter what genre you mostly shoot, most of us learn by making common mistakes with our cameras. This week we'd like to encourage your mistakes! That's right. Because the best way to learn is by trying something new and unfamiliar.

You may have heard that our awesome new event, PhotoLive, debuts in London this October! With more than 200 seminars from the world's leading photographers, it promises to be special. We're giving everyone who books their ticket by 31 August the chance to win a VIP weekend at the event, as well as an OM-D, courtesy of Olympus!

Wedding photography will be one of the key topics discussed at our PhotoLive event in October. That's because shooting a wedding is one of the toughest assignments a photographer can take on. Here we've compiled a list of the most common wedding mistakes photographers make when starting out... and how you can stop making them.

Are you looking for some inspiration? Well look no further than our new list of creative photo ideas to try this month. Along with some amazing images, such as this stunning shot by Stevie Beats, we’ve also provided some quick photography tips by 
both amateur and professional photographers who are experts in these fields. Have you tried any of these projects before?

4 Photoshop Elements tricks to make an average landscape stunning

Want to add impact to your otherwise average landscape image? Thanks to a few simple Photoshop Elements tricks you don’t have to keep wasting photos. In this Photoshop Elements tutorial we explain four easy ways you can use Curves and the Gradient tool to make brighter, better landscapes that really stand out.

What’s the focal point in your image? If you don’t know, you’d better make your mind up. Until you know, it’s going to be difficult to plan your picture's composition effectively. While photos may be static, you still need to make room for the implied movement that many subjects suggest. We explain this and much more.

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