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Beyond Megapixels has recently been given the honor of contributing as a guest writer for the following fine websites: The Digital Photography School: – Photoshop CS3 – Adding a Neutral Density Gradient Learn how to use Photoshop CS3 to create the effect of having a neutral density gradient filter on your lens.     Your Photo […]

Happy Halloween

“Spooky Cabin” by Laura Charon. A Wordless Wednesday contribution. Tweet

This Week in Photography

As reported in The Star, Polaroid devotees bring back film. With the growing popularity of digital photography, the entire industry of camera film – including Polaroid – has been suffering. Polaroid entirely discontinued the manufacture of their instant cameras and the film that goes with them. Yet an intrepid group from the Netherlands is determined […]


A Wordless Wednesday contribution. Photo Credit: Laura Charon. Tweet

Documentary Photography

We owe a lot to those photographers who travel to far-off places, and sometimes put their own lives in danger, to document events, the environment, and humanity at its best and its worst. They bring home images to us that we’d never be able to personally experience, or even know about, without their efforts. Such […]

Free Photoshop Actions

Photoshop actions are a great way to quickly edit your photos to achieve the effect you want, and to also fix common issues with your images. They’re basically macros that are developed for Photoshop which, with a click of the mouse, will run through a series of adjustment steps for you, without you having to […]

Things are Looking Up

A Wordless Wednesday contribution, photo by Laura Charon. Tweet

Photography Gift Ideas

Friends, there are only 90 shopping days left until Christmas! Here are some gift ideas for the photographer in your life: A gift subscription to a photography magazine is always a sure bet. A subscription to Popular Photography is $24 for two years and $14 for one year (12 issues per year). For our friends […]

One Against All

“Una contro tutte” by Steciok on Flickr Creative Commons. A Wordless Wednesday contribution. Tweet

A Selection of Virtual Museums

The wonderful thing about “virtual museums” and “on-line exhibitions” is that you don’t need to leave the comfort of your couch in order to enjoy some extraordinary examples of photography. The American Museum of Photography is “A Museum Without Walls… For An Art Without Boundaries.” It is currently featuring galleries on early modernist photography, images […]