Do You Have Photography Tips To Share?
Paxton Prints is a resource for photographers interested in learning how to improve their digital images and take their work to the next level. You can find information on a wide range of topics including using Photoshop effectively, developing a digital workflow, caring for and cleaning digital cameras and improving your overall photography skills in the field. Paxton Prints provides these information-packed tutorials and other resources at no cost.

Pass Along Some of Your Wisdom!
I invite you to contribute your wisdom and expertise. We will accept anything that is relevant to photography and accurately conveys useful information. We will also accept guides written specifically for beginner, intermediate and expert photographers.

In return for your submission, Paxton Prints will convert your article into HTML and PDF format and host it on the web. We will provide a link back to your website and give you full credit for your work. Contributing an article can be a great way to generate some extra traffic to your website while passing along useful information to fellow photographers. Take a look at the tutorials page for ideas on what kind of content would be appropriate for Paxton Prints.

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