Learn Tips For Taking Digital Photography Through Other People's Experiences

Share Your Tips and Learn from Other's

The purpose of this section is to allow you to share tips for taking digital photography and learn from experiences of other photographers no matter their level of expertise.


You will also be able to win a FREE gift by sharing your story!

Each month we will select one DPTips-Central.com Contributor of the Month. That person is entitled to a Free T-Shirt, Mug or Bag of their choice for sharing their experience on this page and helping others with their digital photography.

I Like to Flash People               I Like to Flash PeopleI Like to Flash People              I Like to Flash People


How others rate your submission is one of the key factors in making the award decision. So, make sure you tell your friends and family to submit comments about your page. (Pictures are also strongly encouraged.)

Everything that you post should be a sincere experience/tip or a helpful answer. This is an educational community.

Here's why sharing your digital photography tip would help others:

As you probably know, one of the best way to get the hang of digital photography workflow and learn to take better photo images is through practical experience. If you've been shooting digital images for some time, it is experience that has thought you how to standardize all of the steps in the process of capturing images to displaying and sharing them.

Probably more than you'll ever learn from just reading books and theory.

But a better and faster way of mastering the digital photography, is through the direct experience of others.

That way you can see where others have made mistakes, faced challenges or have been successful - whether this relates to the technical, compositional or the post processing side of digital photography.

This means that you don't have to make the same mistakes and you don't have to waste time finding the most successful techniques and approaches for certain situations.

The goal of this section is to allow you to share your experience and learn from the experiences of other digital photographers.

Perhaps you've learned an easier, faster and more efficient way of organizing and sharing your images?

Or perhaps you have learned how to freeze fast action, or create wonderful panoramas, or capture the beauty of fireworks and nighttime scenes?

Any experience that has to do with the technical, compositional or the post processing side of digital photography is welcome here.

And if you have learned from the experiences and tips submitted below, please rate them and let the author know how they have helped you to take better digital images through their story.

Your ratings will also help us choose the DPTips-Central.com Contributor of the Month.

Thank you for your support!

DPTips Central

P.S. The Contributor of the Month will be announced in our Monthly Photo Tips & News E-zine .



Subscribe...

Ezine Cover

Be sure to  subscribe  to our "Photo Tips & News" E-zine to learn even more photo tips, techniques and information to benefit and inspire you as well as to receive latest news from the world of digital photography.

You will also receive a link to FREE Essential Guide to Buying Camera and Other Equipment which you can download right away!





Have a Tip for Taking Digital Photography ?

Share your tip or experience and help others with their digital photography too!

[ ? ]

Upload A Picture[ ? ]

 

Click here to upload more images (optional)

Author Information (optional)

To receive credit as the author, enter your information below.

(first or full name)

(e.g., City, State, Country)

Submit Your Contribution

 submission guidelines.


(You can preview and edit on the next page)

Digital Photography Tips Submitted So Far...

Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this section ...

Tip for Getting Sharper Images Not rated yet
I was thought this technique a while back and it gives great results. It is pretty simple really... To achieve sharper images when you are hand-holding …

Avoid Shooting Without a Memory Card

 Not rated yet
Often camera makers set their digital cameras up in a way that allows you to take photos without actually having a memory card in the camera. Just like …

Click here to write your own.












Share Your Tips for Taking Digital Photography




| Homepage | Masters of Photography |Digital Photography Basics |
|Basic Composition Techniques |Digital Camera Basics |Careers in Photography |Stock Photography |Infrared Photography |

Digital Photography Tips by and for photographers
Return to top