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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Pine Tree on Cliff in Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Pine Tree on Cliff in Norway

When it comes to landscape photography, Norway has some of the world’s best views with its dramatic scenery, including many imposing mountains and expansive, majestic Fjords. This is a shot taken over Sunndalsfjorden in Sunndal municipality during sunset. A tiny pine tree stands alone on the edge of the cliff, overlooking the breathtaking scene: This […]

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How to Avoid Fringing When Editing Landscape Photos

How to Avoid Fringing When Editing Landscape Photos

Have you ever zoomed in on a photo and noticed a white outline around people, the horizon, or trees? That’s called fringing, and it happens because of a simple mistake when editing. A lot of the time, people try to drop the blues in a blown out sky by adjusting the luminance in Lightroom. While it […]

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The Power of Perseverance in Landscape Photography

The Power of Perseverance in Landscape Photography

Any landscape photographer knows that getting the perfect shot isn’t just a given. It takes a whole lot of patience and, sometimes, a lot of trips back to the same location to shoot the same thing under different lighting conditions. You and your camera are only part of the equation—Mother Nature has to meet you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Serene 8 Minute Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Serene 8 Minute Exposure

Sometimes, there is something so serene about water. When it’s at its calmest, still and quiet, void of passing boats, noise or people. The stillness can wash over you. Here is that feeling captured through photography by reddit user sakelazy. Captured about an hour after sunrise, the photographer took in eight minutes of peace by the […]

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16 Steps to Create a Vintage Salt Print

16 Steps to Create a Vintage Salt Print

In the world of Photoshop, there are so many digital photo editing techniques available to create stunning images, but sometimes it’s nice to return to the darkroom. There are a lot of really great darkroom techniques that we’re forgetting about, like vintage salt printing. What’s salt printing? Well, it was big in the mid-1800s, and the technique […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Yosemite Valley Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Yosemite Valley Long Exposure

If you’re lucky enough to ever camp out in Yosemite National Park, you’re no doubt going to see some incredible scenery—from the spanning valley and massive rock formations to amazingly clear starry nights. If you stay up late, you can even catch those beautiful features together. That’s what photographer w8keslayer did while visiting the park’s popular […]

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The Very Basics of Camera Sensor Size

The Very Basics of Camera Sensor Size

While the number of megapixels a camera has is important to image quality, it isn’t the only factor. The other thing that plays a very important role is sensor size. Here, Larry Becker gives a brief intro to digital camera sensor sizes, megapixel counts, and crop factor: Even if two cameras come out in the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Riding Over the Golden Gate Bridge

Interesting Photo of the Day: Riding Over the Golden Gate Bridge

They say riding a motorcycle is one of the most exhilarating experiences a person can have. The freedom, the wind rushing past you, the smells of nature and city, the crazy sense of excitement and fear combined. Now combine all those feelings with the impressive view from an incredible and imposing landmark—the Golden Gate Bridge. […]

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10 Steps to Get Started with Street Photography

10 Steps to Get Started with Street Photography

Getting the best candid street shots possible requires a good creative eye, the right equipment, an understanding of how your camera works, and patience. You can walk around your city or town and get lucky sometimes, sure, but if you want to really get started as a street photographer, these tips from Josh Katz are […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hunting Dog in a Canoe

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hunting Dog in a Canoe

There’s a power and beauty like no other that exists in hunting dogs. Portrait and lifestyle photographer Andy Anderson explores hunting life on Pecan Island, Louisiana. See how this Labrador retriever sits still and alert in a canoe, waiting for the next catch: “The best hunting dogs don’t just hunt with their noses. They understand terrain. […]

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