DPP Solutions: Perfect Prints
Fine-art master John Paul Caponigro’s essential tips for print-making
There’s no mystery to what it takes to make great prints. There are many things to consider before making them and many steps to take while making them.
New Tools Of The Trade
Misinformation: Camera Tech
Clicking the shutter at the right time is what matters the most
There are situations when it’s acceptable, and perhaps even encouraged, for pros to shoot on auto.
The Location Shoot
Sophisticated light-shaping tools give you complete control over the image while using portable strobes and speedlights
A key goal in lighting is shaping that light so we can make an effective visual statement or help define the subject, or both.
The Truth About Digital ISO
Digital Photo Pro sorts through the confusion and misinformation to get to the heart of digital ISO
Recent advancements in DSLR ISO capabilities have brought the topic back to the forefront of our collective photographic conscience.
Jake Chessum: Keeping It Light
Jake Chessum photographs celebrities and global power brokers with unexpected twists to their very public personas
The key to British-born, New York-based Jake Chessum’s photographic success is his people skills.
Martin Wonnacott: Cake Factory
Photographer Martin Wonnacott set out to build a kinder, gentler agency—and he has succeeded
This magazine is about pictures and photographers, not photo reps and the agencies they work for. Still, every so often it's good to check in with a rep and discuss the business side of the photo business.
Mike Powell: Grace, Beauty…Action!
Mike Powell’s sports photography goes far beyond the usual moment in time
An early passion for sports photography led Mike Powell to travel the globe, photographing every major event on the sporting calendar for 25 years.
Take A Bite
Adding food photography to your repertoire can boost your marketability. Lou Manna literally wrote the book on how to do it.
In this excerpt from the book, you can get helpful tips on some of the most important aspects of this specialized class of image-making.
Using Lens Profiles
Correct a variety of distortions with Adobe’s extensive database of lens information
Hi-Tech Studio: DSLR Rigs For Video
A variety of gear is available for giving HD-capable DSLRs filmmaking possibilities
While filmmakers and videographers have enthusiastically embraced HD-capable DSLRs for their relatively economic pricing and superb video capabilities, for video, the form factor of modern DSLRs leaves something to be desired.
It's Not A Winning Ticket
Someone used my picture without permission! What do I win?
Over the last three years, I’ve been involved in the copyright infringement case Latimer v. Roaring Toyz, et al.
Vision to Visuals: Building An Aesthetic
As part of a project for the Greenmarket Tavern in New York, photographer Larry Letters created a collection of images to tell the story of wine
There’s nothing like an economic downturn to spark the creative wheels of entrepreneurs in a city like New York.
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