I know there's been a little bit of silence over here on the blog since the new year has begun, and I'm hoping to get back into blogging more regularly now that we are done being sick! Yep, my baby had a really bad ear infection and then he got me sick, and well, it's always a cycle of germs with kids, right?
In December, I wrote an article for one of the best resources in the photography world: Digital Photography School, or DPS. When I first started learning photoshop, I was a regular at DPS. We're talking, about 12 or 10 years ago, and I was working with Photoshop CS2! I remember staying up really late, following the tutorial videos in order to learn how to create layers, what the healing brush tool did, and yes, even the simple cropping tool. I had taken courses in college but they were not as specific to what I wanted to learn. I didn't want to create a brochure (although, now I could use that knowledge!) but rather how to cross process, use actions, and resize a photo. DPS was always my handy resource.
Now, they've grown to include so many great articles and tutorials from seasoned and experienced experts from around the globe! I still go back to the site when I have question or simply want to read how to do something new in photography. That's the great thing about photography isn't it? The fact that you can always learn something new!
It's with great, great, excitement that I share with you that I was able to write a great and helpful tutorial: 6 Tips for Better Engagement Photos. It's a great post for photographers of all levels! I'm also so excited that it's already been shared a good 395 times! I'm so happy!
I am hoping to write more articles for photographers on DPS as I truly believe in their website and helping other photographers grow, learn, and create community.
Head on over and check out the article, and many more great tips and tricks!!!