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Here are the top ten articles for the Photography Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Depth of Field and Aperture Priority
Aperture priority is your go to setting to generate creative blur or images that are sharp throughout. Read on to find out how to use this setting to create the images that you desire.

2. How to Overcome Backlit Photos
If the people in your photos come out too dark then you might be dealing with backlighting. This article will explain why it happens and how to overcome it.

3. Photoshop Tips and Shortcuts
Love using Photoshop but wish you knew more shortcuts? Read this article and start working faster and smarter in Photoshop today.

4. Different Types of Camera Format
This article guides you through the history and characteristics of different types of Camera format. First we look at 35mm and medium formats for digital and film.

5. How To Remove People From Your Shots
Taking people out of your shots can be relatively easy if you know how. Read on to find out a few ways that you can remove people from your shots so that the scenery can take pride of place.

6. Aerial and Linear Perspective
The use of aerial and linear perspective in a photograph can really help to draw the viewers attention and produce dramatic and dynamic pictures. An understanding of the way different perspectives work can greatly help you to improve the composition of a photograph.

7. The Kodak Box Brownie Camera
Kodak's Box Brownie was the camera that revolutionised picture taking. Kodak's simple camera enabled everyone to have a go at taking photographs for themselves. Here's where the box brownie camera began...

8. Introduction to the Photographic Darkroom
Creating your very own photographs in the darkroom is a long established tradition for photographic enthusiasts! Discover darkroom photography and the art of making your own negatives and prints. First this article delves into the history of the darkroom.

9. Taking Better Pictures With Your iPhone
If you have an iPhone then you have a great little camera in your bag at all times. Read on to find out how to take better pictures with your iPhone.

10. Creating a Border Around Your Photographs - Photoshop Tutorial
There are quite a number of different ways and tricks of creating a border around your photographs in Photoshop. This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create a neat presentation like border in A4 size and looks very professional when printed out and the picture framed.



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