Don't-Miss Camera Stories

Use the Aperture to Control the Background in a Photo

Your camera's aperture setting gives you creative control over the look and feel of your photos--learn how to use it properly.

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Scanning Negatives, Shooting the Moon, Fixing the Colors in a Photo

Dave answers questions about white balance, shooting action photos, scanning old negatives, and more.

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Flash and Lighting Tips From the Pros

Flash photos don't have to be harshly lit--here's what you need to know to get better photos when using your camera's flash.

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5 Steps for Great Action Photos

Freeze the action, but blur the background with panning--a professional technique for awesome photos.

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37 Tech Shortcuts From the Experts

Fly through your daily tasks with these 37 proven productivity boosters.

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Tricks for Photographing Flowers

It's springtime--here's how to take some beautiful snapshots of blooming flowers.

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5 Essential iOS Apps for Photographers

The latest crop of photo and camera apps for the Apple iPhone are awesome.

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On What Media Should I Backup My Photos?

Nick Golna asked whether he should backup his photos onto a flash drive or DVDs. I discuss other options, as well.

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Choosing the Right Shutter Speed

Here's how to pick the right shutter speed for every photographic situation.

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Digital Workflow Basics: Fine-Tune Your Photos Effectively

How the pros go from digital camera to editing to printing or sharing.

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Taking Photos of Firefighters, Moving the Flash Off-Camera, Resizing vs. Cropping

Dave answers questions about dealing with nighttime reflections, photo quality when emailing, recovering lost photos, and more.

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Make a Radiant Portrait

Use your image editor to turn an ordinary portrait into one that pops--in just 5 minutes.

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Using Creative Commons to Find Photos You Can Use

Here's what you need to know about using a Creative Commons license to find usable photos online.

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