Browsing all posts in March, 2010.

Poll – Your Favorite Articles

Hello, friends! In an effort to continue to improve upon the content of this site and the articles I write, I would like to ask your opinion about the types of articles that you enjoy reading the most. I try to mix things up between personal stories and experiences, post-processing tutorials, shooting techniques, book and […]

Postcard Competition – Now Closed

The guys over at Uprinting have decided to run another small competition especially for BeyondMegapixels. These guys do some cool postcard printing so I look forward to seeing the lucky winner’s postcards. These guys also offer discounts for promotional printing if your ever interested. How to Enter: Leave a comment at the end of this blog […]

Five Tips for Better Portraits

Portrait photography is not only a highly popular genre for professional photographers; it’s also a nearly unavoidable subject for photographers of every skill. Any time you compose a picture with a person as the subject, you’re taking a portrait. As the world of photography continues to develop, we strive to take portrait pictures that capture […]

Ancestors

I’m currently kind of obsessed with researching my ancestors. I signed up for a trial membership with one of the popular ancestry research websites and have been sifting through the clues I find there. I’ve gone as far as the great-grandparent stage of my maternal grandmother’s side of the family, but my grandfather’s side remains […]

Guest Posts and Photo Projects

Did you know that we enthusiastically welcome guest posts here on Beyond Megapixels? It’s true! All you have to do is go to the contact us link at the top of the page, fill out the form, and let us know your guest post idea! We’ll then contact you back and let you know how […]

March Photo Challenge

Another month, another Challenge! Each month we feature a month-long “challenge”: one photographic “theme” in which participants are encouraged to take photos of a certain subject or concept, and one “technical challenge” in which participants will use a certain photography technique. Contributors can either combine the theme and the technique in a single photograph, or […]

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