Image resolution and pixel size are just a few of the many factors in the image equation
by David Willis
The common understanding is that the more megapixels you have in a camera, the more image resolution you'll have in an image, which translates not only to larger prints, but also to better imaging quality.
Dean Bradshaw’s irreverent commercial photography stylistically blends a disarming sense of humor with a technical mastery of retouching and compositing
By David Willis, Photography By Dean Bradshaw
Southern California-based photographer Dean Bradshaw began his career as a field biologist in the Australian outback where he spent most of his time finding snakes and lizards.
Enhance detail by boosting the differences between neighboring tones
by John Paul Caponigro
HDR software is most typically used to render shadow and highlight detail, but it also can be used to enhance tonal separation and detail in any range of tones, even in images with extremely low contrast.
Does it pay off for you to make large prints yourself or to contract the work out to a high-quality lab?
By Jon Canfield And Digital Photo Pro Editorial Staff
If you've had prints of 20x24 or larger done for you on a regular basis, you've probably thought about purchasing your own large-format printer at some point.
Serendipity brought William John Kennedy’s 50-year-old images back to Duggal
by Baldev Duggal
At one point, Andy Warhol's studio offered me one of his art works as payment for the work I did for them. Having just established my business, I naively declined the offer and settled for a cash payment instead.