Sandra Hayes

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Tips for Setting up a Shot in Photography

When you hear the word workflow, you automatically think about the editing process. However, there is a workflow when it comes to taking photographs …

Quick Tip: Using the Background Eraser

The Background Eraser is one of many Photoshop tools that's a little tucked away, and many people don't even realise it's there. As it turns out, …

4 great factors to consider while shooting low light photography

Calculating and exposing your sensor to the likes of low light is definitely going to be a daunting task. Many a time, We the photographers must have …

My 8 Favorite Inexpensive Canon Lenses

In the last few years, I have reviewed more lenses than you could possibly imagine. My photography students are always asking which lens is right for …

Cameras

Tips to Reduce Image Noise in Photography

Do you want to know the 5 tips to successfully reduce noise in images? These 5 tips will show you how you can easily and successfully reduce noise …

The Biggest Mistake a Photographer Could Make

We photographers always seem to be on the sidelines, shooting scenes but not actually <i>involved</i> in the action. This can leave us feeling ‘disconnected’ …

Should You Delete Your RAW Photos, Or Archive Them Forever? – Q&A

Question:<p>Should I delete my RAW original photos, after delivering them to a client? I have the high-res edited JPG files and I’ve never had to go …

Tutorials

Camera Angles for Wildlife Photography

An illustrated example of how to use camera angle for wildlife photography by wildlife photographer Paul Burwell on Digital Photography School

Panoramic Bus Converted Into Beautiful And Unique Living Space

This might sound strange but I really like traveling by bus. There’s something special about being there with lots of other people and yet being all …

How to Balance Eclectic Styles

Mixing old and new, or two styles, together is a great way to infuse your home with creativity. However, it is not always easy to find common ground …

Inside a San Francisco Apartment in Tartans, Tweeds, and Moody Hues

Influenced by the Edwardian era.<p>Designer Scot Meacham Wood's San Francisco apartment is anything but spare and pared down. Decorated with the "collected" style of the Edwardian era in mind, the apartment is masculine and cozy — and might just have the world's tiniest kitchen.