Dig into the lower-priced, but highly capable cameras that are available, and you may find that they fit your style and workflow. Top-of-the-range cameras aren’t necessarily the best tools for every professional photographer.
At DPP, we've had the same discussion ever since the magazine started.
Graphic, minimalist and having a penchant for deconstruction, Michael Crichton transforms the mundane into something unexpected
By David Willis, Photography By Michael Crichton
Product photography isn't what you'd call exciting. You aren't working with gorgeous models, you aren't traveling the world, and you aren't partying with rock stars.
Michael Kenna’s subdued black-and-white imagery offers respite from the world, for photographer and viewer alike
By William Sawalich, Photography By Michael Kenna
When Michael Kenna was a boy growing up in the small industrial town of Widnes, England, he hid pieces of paper around his house, his neighborhood and the local park.
How to keep organized and sane when you’re working and reworking your RAW files
Text And Photography By George Jardine
Adobe Photoshop has been around for 21 years now. Given that, I think it's safe to say that we're finally dealing with an adult. For the better part of that 21 years, Photoshop was the place where you went to work on, to crop, to color-correct or to manipulate, more or less, one image at a time.
In an era of “cell phone” photojournalism, does the professional photographer still have a role?
by David Willis
During the recent uprisings in the Middle East commonly referred to as the Arab Spring, the people of the region were able to circumvent censorship and bring governments to their knees, thanks in large part to cell phone and mobile digital technology.
by Baldev Duggal
Fashion photography and wildlife photography are such distinctly different genres that to imagine the two together in a single frame, one must attempt to reconcile the paradoxical imagery of fashion models in glamorous urban studios against the thrilling scenes of wild beasts in their natural habitats.