Whether you have a compact point-and-shoot or a digital SLR, here's the gear you need to pack to use your camera safely and intelligently on a trip.
The CameraSim photo simulation site teaches you how ISO, shutter, aperture, and other settings affect your photos.
Dave answers questions about blurring backgrounds, pruning large photo collections, printing Digital Focus articles, and more.
There's all sorts of complicated advice for taking pictures of fireworks--but here's everything you need to know boiled down into five tips.
It once took a darkroom to do the stuff you can now do on your PC or right in your camera--thanks to some simple image-editing tricks and creative scene modes, you can turn full-size objects into miniatures, compose panoramas, and more.
Dave answers reader questions on night photography, flash reflectors, focal lengths, photo anomalies, and cropping in this month's FAQ.
These free (or cheap) photo-friendly apps should be on every photographer's iPhone.
Remember these keyboard shortcuts to streamline your photo editing with Adobe's image editor.
Use your image editor's Levels tool to bring mediocre photos to life.
Learn how to use blur selectively--in the lens and in your image editor--and how to apply the Orton Effect to your digital photos.