“I previously owned and operated a digital camera review site – and over two years I had a lot of emails from readers asking for tips on how to use their cameras. I came to the conclusion that while there are many millions of cameras being bought each year around the world, a very large number of people could be using their cameras to achieve better results. I’d written a number of ‘tips’ articles over the past couple of years but my focus was mostly on cameras. As a result I wanted to start a site dedicated purely to ‘how to’ tips.”
And so Digital Photography School (dPS) was born in 2006. Since then the site has grown to include a team around the world writing tips for a community of over 2 million.
This ‘School’ is not a formal one by any means. There are no classes, no teachers, no exams – rather it’s a challenging and enjoyable learning environment where we share tips and techniques to help you improve all aspects of your photography and in our Facebook Group where over 120,000 of us share what we’re learning, show our photos and ask and answer each other questions.
Also, unlike most schools, the information here is free. We do run limited advertising, affiliate programs and we promote our own resources to help us cover costs and keep expanding (read more about this on our disclaimer page) – however there is no cost to our readers.
Subcribe if you’d like to stay in touch with our regularly updated articles and get your free weekly reminder to get confident with your camera. You can also follow our Facebook page to see more content and updates.
If you have any questions about dPS please contact us here.
I hope you enjoy Digital Photography School!
Darren Rowse, Founder
Laney Galligan, General Manager
And the rest of the growing dPS team!
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